During the last 30 years, growth in Raleigh, and the surrounding Research Triangle Region, has consistently and significantly outpaced the nation. Fueled by an impressive mix of education, ingenuity and collaboration, North Carolina’s capital city has become an internationally recognized leader in life science and technology innovation. It also happens to be a really nice place to live.
Join us for the 18th annual Small Business Expo on December 15, 2015, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Southeast Raleigh High School. This free event provides opportunities for small business owners to network with representatives from the City of Raleigh, Wake County Public School System, Wake County, various state agencies, and local general contracting companies. These contacts are searching for subcontractors, end users, and other participating vendors. Register online by December 14
The annual Small Business Expo is an opportunity for business owners to network with over 100 contacts including local general contractors seeking subcontractors, end users, and vendors. Representatives from the City of Raleigh, Wake County Public Schools, and other local and non-profit governmental agencies provide information about upcoming projects and events. Register to attend by Monday, December 14.
"Raleigh has a ton of momentum"
Jim Hansen, Regional President of PNC Bank, talks about the positive momentum he sees in Raleigh and the importance of engaging new residents to help them become part of the community. He credits Raleigh for being a place where “entrepreneurs can come to build companies and have support and vibrancy around their workforce.” And in addition to its great weather, culture, and location, Jim appreciates that Raleigh offers access to a multitude of recreational activities which helps professionals balance work and family life.