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SYNC is the North Carolina Department of Commerce's electronic newsletter for local government officials, private-sector allies, state policy makers, and other economic development leaders.


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Advanced Superabrasives to Add 47 Jobs in Madison Co. Expansion; N.C. Joins National Academy on Work-Based Learning; Gov. Cooper Leads State's Delegation to SEUS/Japan in South Carolina; Sec. Copeland Meets Ag Commissioner; RIA Grants $3.97M, Creating 386 Jobs 10/31/2017 
State Workforce Professionals Gather in Greensboro; Superion Expands in Guilford Co. with 80 New Jobs; Sec. Copeland Celebrates GF Linamar Opening; N.C. Apprenticeship Contests at the State Fair 10/17/2017 
Gov. Cooper Proclaims Manufacturing Week in N.C.; NN, Inc. to Bring 200 New Jobs to Mecklenburg Co.; Sec. Copeland Celebrates N.C.'s INC 5000 Companies; N.C. Main Street Supports 2000 New Jobs in FY 2016-17; 10/3/2017 
N.C. Visitor Services Team Helps Hurricane Irma Victims; SEUS/Japan Conference Registration Remains Open; N.C. Companies Display Wares at Outdoor Products Show; New Members Named to RIA Board 9/19/2017 
Employment Security's Ted Brinn Awarded Long Leaf Pine; Manufacturing Week Survey; Smithfield Foods Invest $100M in Tar Heel; Napoleon Wallace Named Deputy Secretary; Gov. Cooper and Sec. Copeland Attend Indian Affairs Commission Meeting 9/5/2017 
Gov. Cooper Announces 2,250 New Jobs as Allstate Insurance Expands in Mecklenburg Co.; Danish Firm Fibertex Personal Care Selects Randolph Co. for First U.S. Manufacturing Facility; Revlon Expands in Granville Co. with 55 New Jobs; 200 New Jobs in Cleveland Co. with Albemarle Expansion; LS Tractor USA Brings 31 Jobs to Nash Co.; TrueLearn Will Move HQ to Mooresville Creating 44 Jobs; Premtec Division of New York Air Brake Adds Jobs in Rowan Co.; RIA Awards $15.8M in Rural Grants; Deputy Sec. Miller at Isothermal Groundbreaking 8/22/2017 
Pfizer to Invest in Gene Therapy Manufacturing Facility in Lee Co.; Deadline to Apply for STEP Export Grants Approaches; A Wireless Expands with 250 Job HQ Project in Wake Co.; NCDIDI Initative to Support N.C. Defense Contractors 8/8/2017 
EGGER Wood Products to Create as many as 770 Jobs in Davidson Co.; Funding Workshops for Potential N.C. Main Street Communities; MfgCON Registration Opens; County Leaders Approve Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare Co. Range Study; ARC to Promote Craft Trails 7/25/2017 
Infosys to Bring 2000 New Jobs to Wake Co.; Williams-Sonoma's Sutter Street Manufacturing to Create 72 Jobs in Catawba Co.; FCC N.C. to Expand in Scotland Co.; N.C. Communities Receive National Main Street Accreditation; SEUS/Japan Conference Registration Opens 7/11/2017 
HPFABRICS to Create 260 Jobs in Winston-Salem; Ventura Coach to Create 61 Jobs in Robeson Co.; North Carolina at the Paris Air Show; RIA Awards $4.5 M in Rural Grants; Stormberg Foods Selects Wayne Co. for 60 Job Project in First U.S. Plant; Dr. John Hardin Attends Envolve Vision's Rocky Mount Mills Event 6/27/2017 
Grants for Hurricane Matthew Recovery; Deputy Secretary Miller Leads State Delegation to SEUS/Canadian Provinces Conference; Save the Date for SEUS/Japan in Greenville, S.C.; New Tool to Help Communities Increase Innovation 6/13/2017 
Adhezion Biomedical to Create 40 Jobs in Caldwell Co.; Borealis Compounds to Create 37 Jobs in Taylorsville; Botswana Ambassador Visits Commerce; May 24 Named Golf Day in N.C. 5/30/2017 
Credit Suisse to Add 1,200 Jobs in Wake Co. Expansion; AXA's 550-Job Expansion in Mecklenburg Co.; Record Visitor Spending; Commerce Divisions Celebrate State Employee Recognition Week 5/16/2017 
Weitron to Invest $12.8M in Martin Co.; Commerce Employees Pitch In for Volunteer Week; RIA Grants $10.6M for Rural Communities; International Trade Team in Town for Road Show; Gov. Cooper Celebrates Small Business Week; $2M Grant to Help Companies Hurt by Defense Budget Cuts; Gov. Cooper at High Point Spring Furniture Market 5/2/2017 
5 Projects Announced Bringing More than 400 Jobs - including Trilliant Networks, Continental, Palziv, SouthCorr, and Ryan-AL; Napoleon Wallace Joins Commerce to Lead Rural Economic Development 4/18/2017 


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