“This area continues to evolve and is a vital center of economic development for both North Carolina and the U.S. We are proud to be a part of the business landscape here and to help strengthen the Triangle communities.”
Wells Fargo’s Piedmont East Regional President Jack Clayton
“We’re in constant contact with economic development allies in promoting the area and working with companies looking to relocate to this region.”
Jimmy Barnes, president of NAI Carolantic Realty
“Our vision is for a very open innovation community. It’s not just about science, technology and engineering anymore. Our region’s great strength is that we work together.”
Bob Geolas, The Research Triangle Park's President & CEO
“The Triangle is one of our highest growth markets. It has above-average household income, significant population growth, a diverse and talented workforce, and a strong business community.”
Jim Hansen, PNC’s regional president for Eastern Carolinas
“Economic development is a team sport. Regionalism is key to Wake County’s economic vision and the Research Triangle Regional Partnership is our go-to partner in accomplishing that.”
Adrienne Cole, executive director of Wake County Economic Development
“We help bring projects to the counties that participate in the Research Triangle Region. Our focus is on keeping cities viable. Job creation and business investment are the way to accomplish that."
Brenda Daniels, manager of economic development at ElectriCities of North Carolina, Inc.
“We’ve grown and evolved over the years. We believed we could get up and running more competitively and quickly here at Research Triangle Park than other locations around the world.”
Stephen Goldsmith, director of corporate affairs at Syngenta
“This new investment in our North Carolina operations will allow us to better supply our world-leading driveline systems and will allow us to further strengthen our customer base.”
Max Owen, President GKN Driveline Americas.
“We appreciate the support we received from our local partners and from the State of North Carolina for our growth strategy.”
Mary Bell, Vice President of Caterpillar’s Building Construction Products Division.
“The combination of North Carolina’s support for technology innovation, our great partnership with N.C. State University, the abundance of engineering talent, support from state officials, and the Triangle ...