SYNC Archive

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SYNC Archive 10/09/2018

Secretary Copeland Visits Western North Carolina for Hometown Strong Events; Florence Website Makes Business Recovery Resources Easy to Find; Governor Appoints Three New Members the the Rural Infra

SYNC Archive 09/25/2018

320 New Jobs Coming as Dentsply Sirona Selects Mecklenburg County; Recovery Resources Available for Businesses Impacted by Florence; Manufacturer Chooses New Bern for New Plant (McGuckin & Pyle

SYNC Archive 09/11/2018

Governor Cooper Announces Publix to Bring Up to 1,000 New Jobs; Storm Preparations Well Underway, Including Resources Coming Online to Help Travelers (Hurricane Florence Approaches); Main Street Pr

SYNC Archive 08/28/2018

Governor Cooper Announces 208 New Jobs in Cumberland County; Japanese Company Serving the Automotive Industry to Create 109 Jobs in Lee County; Rural Communities Receive $1.3 million in Grants from

SYNC Archive 08/14/2018

North Carolina's Welcome Centers Celebrate 50th Anniversary and Launch Sweepstakes; Lumbee Tribe Celebrates New Partnership with N.C. Commerce to Serve Veterans;

SYNC Archive 07/31/2018

Arch Capital to Bring 365 New Financial Services Jobs to Wake Co.; N.C. Welcome Centers Celebrate 50 Years of Service; N.C. Ports See Record Growth in 2018

SYNC Archive 07/17/2018

2018 Employer Needs Survey Published; Commerce Workforce Team Joined by First Lady Kristin Cooper to Help Foster Kids; Governor Cooper Announces Finish Line Grants

SYNC Archive 07/3/2018

Sensus, a Xylem Brand, Announces 301 New Jobs in Durham; 10 Communities to Receive Rural ReadySite Grants; Healthcare Next Generation Partnership Launches in Cumberland Co.

SYNC Archive 06/19/2018

Deputy Secretary Miller Offers Update at NCEDA Conference; N.C. Takes Home Gold Shovel Award from Area Development Magazine; Secretary Copeland and President Hans from N.C.

SYNC Archive 06/5/2018

Commerce Helps Tech Companies Bridge the 'Valley of Death;' NCWorks Commission Approves Career Pathways; Gov. Cooper and Sec. Copeland Sell the State at BIO Convention in Boston; Dep.

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