I’ve always enjoyed business trips to New York City, a crossroads for so much of the world’s economic activity. But last month’s visit to the Big Apple was remarkable – and remarkably valuable.
New York in December was cold, crowded and decked out for the holidays. But the brief fly-in was focused keenly on what has become a central component in our organization’s mission: establishing and building on our region’s relationships with global site consultants. New York is home to many of them. Thus it was the first stop in what will be regular outreach missions to consultants and location advisers.January 8, 2015 |
The Research Triangle Region’s biosciences industry stands out in bioscience industry development, and continues to enjoy national recognition as a leading center of employment and sector diversity.July 10, 2014 |
Industry and community leaders will gain a perspective of the region's economy at the State of the Research Triangle Region event on May 22 at the Sheraton Imperial. The Research Triangle Regional Partnership (RTRP), along with naming sponsors PNC and the Research Triangle Foundation, will present the annual event. This year the event will focus on the impact of higher education on the Triangle's economic growth and business trends.
May 22, 2014 |
Whether facilitating world-leading talent or drawing billions of dollars in research funding, higher education institutions have been at the heart of the Research Triangle Region’s economic success, business leaders told a gathering of over 900 at today’s State of the Research Triangle Region breakfast in Durham. The annual event highlighted accomplishments for the region during the past 12 months, including corporate relocations and expansions, the addition of new hard assets and progress made toward the region’s five-year strategic plan.May 22, 2014 |
New York Times best-selling author Mary Roach will appear at The Carolina Theatre in Durham, Sunday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in a conversation with Frank Stasio, host of WUNC’s “The State of Things.”April 13, 2014 |
Utilities today face challenges that were not part of the equation for most of the industry’s 100-year history. With the realization of the smart grid — and its two-way communications networks and millions of intelligent devices — utility staffers are at the forefront of not only how to manage the influx of data, but how to leverage it for business improvement across many different functions.April 12, 2014 |