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inthisissue May 2015
EDPNC: Leveraging Cooperation for Prosperity
The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) is the public-private partnership tasked with the promotional piece of the state’s economic development strategy, leveraging private sector investment with public sector resources implementing economic development initiatives. CEO Chris Chung remarks, “Right now is a pivotal time in North Carolina’s approach to job creation and development and I’m honored to be a part of it.”
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[North Carolina State Ports Authority]
NC Ports Go Deep to Compete in Niche Markets
Paul Cozza, CEO of the North Carolina State Ports Authority (NCSPA), knows that with the volume of international trade continuing to grow, forward-looking businesses and industries are increasingly relying on competitive access to global markets. He maintains that North Carolina’s Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City have the capability and capacity to serve as competitive alternatives to ports in neighboring states.
[Red Moon Marketing, LLC]
Shooting For The Moon
A wise adage says, “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” When it comes to marketing communication, Red Moon Marketing take this maxim to heart, boasting an impressive list of clients including The Coca-Cola Company, Brown-Forman brands such as Jack Daniel’s, MTD’s Cub Cadet, Snyder’s Lance and Harris Teeter. CEO Jim Bailey knows, “The best way to promote ourselves is by doing the best we can on everything we do.”
[Cloudbilt]
Making It Work in the Cloud
Cloudbilt started out providing managed services and custom app development to users of Salesforce. CEO John Stewart and his team have built the company into a Salesforce AppExchange ISV Partner with four business applications on the market and over 500 customers, including multiple companies in the Fortune 500. In 2014, Cloudbilt ranked #227 on the Inc. 500, after experiencing 2000 percent revenue growth in three years.
[AirTight FaciliTech]
Building Efficiency and Sustainability
Charlotte-based HVAC companies AirTight and FaciliTech have joined forces under the Service Logic umbrella, part of a national footprint of high quality companies with a strong local presence. The primary reason is to merge complementary skills, says Senior Vice President Scott Gugenheim. Their secret to success: “We know that customers must succeed for AirTight FaciliTech to be successful,” acknowledges Greg Crumpton in business development.
 
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Charlotte’s Major Selling Point: Access to Baskets
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N.C. Zeitgeist Foundation Promotes Appreciation and Exchange Between Germany and North Carolina
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Is Now The Time To Sell Your Business? Part IV: Status of the M&A Market
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What President Obama’s Executive Action Means for Businesses, Highly-Skilled Workers AND Entrepreneurs
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Your Second Website: LinkedIn Company and Showcase Pages
 
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