October 19, 2017 | Talent Alignment Strategy seeks participants in survey
The Greensboro Chamber, Action Greensboro, Piedmont Triad Partnership, and other funding partners are conducting a Talent Alignment Strategy for the Triad region to ensure education and workforce development efforts are aligned with the needs of local employers. National strategists at Avalanche Consulting and The Council for Adult & Experiential Learning (CAEL) are facilitating the strategic planning process.
Employers in our region are strongly encouraged to participate in an employer survey to help us better understand the dynamics of the local workforce and the positions that you need to fill over the next five years. Your responses will be aggregated to ensure confidentiality.
The deadline for completing the survey is Monday, November 6th. Thank you in advance for taking the time to share your insights with us. We will provide a weekly update on participation rates to guide your outreach efforts.
October 17, 2017 | Leadership Greensboro 2018 Medal and Award Nominations Open
(Greensboro, NC) — Leadership Greensboro, a program of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, opens its nominations for the 2018 leadership awards. The Leadership Medal and the Denise E. Maleska Leadership Service Award are presented annually to recognize outstanding leadership in our community. Both awards recognize individuals who demonstrate exemplary leadership positively affecting the citizens and community of Greensboro.
The Leadership Medal is presented annually to Leadership Greensboro alumni and other individuals in the community of Greensboro. This honor focuses on the recipients’ commitment, courage, and positive contribution in leadership.
The Denise E. Maleska Leadership Service Award recognizes outstanding volunteers who have worked diligently to further the work of the Chamber Leadership Programs through their commitment and service. It is named in honor of Denise Maleska, past Vice President of Leadership for the Chamber, who was an inspiration and visionary in developing the Leadership Programs to be recognized among the strongest in the country and as a model of servant leadership.
If you know an outstanding leader that should be honored, please visit the following link to nominate online at: http://greensborochamber.chambermaster.com/form/view/10684
October 6, 2017 | Guilford Apprenticeship Partners and Guilford County Schools to Host Tours
(Greensboro, NC) — In celebration of National Manufacturing Month (October) and National Apprenticeship Month (November), Guilford Apprenticeship Partners (GAP) and Guilford County Schools are happy to announce a new opportunity for Guilford County students.
GAP is providing 25-30 students from each high school with the opportunity to tour and have lunch at local advanced manufacturing plants to learn more about the company, job opportunities available to them, and the GAP program.
“This experience will expose GCS students to high need/high wage employment opportunities in an exciting workplace right in their own backyard. Students will learn how the relevance of their high school and post-secondary studies can translate into a lifelong career. We are grateful to the members of GAP for supporting GCS students,” said Charles Blanchard, Executive Director, Career & Technical Education for Guilford County Schools.
Guilford Apprenticeship Partners is an initiative sponsored by the Triad Workforce Solutions Collaborative, a program of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro in collaboration with Business High Point – Chamber of Commerce.
September 27, 2017 | The Triad’s top Economic Developers seek Community Ideas to help land Amazon’s HQ2
The Triad — The Economic Developers from Greensboro, High Point, Winston Salem and the Piedmont Triad Partnership leadership are banding together along with the State of North Carolina to respond to Amazon’s HQ2 RFP. This $5 billion, 50,000 job second HQ for Amazon would be a game changer for the Triad. We have all of the assets and conditions needed to fulfill their needs but, we need some creative ideas on how to leverage those assets and conditions.
Today, the Economic Developers launched https://triadisprime.com/ seeking our communities’ ideas on Amazon’s key consideration criteria. These criteria range from incentives to logistics to community quality of life.
“We have a highly creative and entrepreneurial culture in the Triad and we need their creative ideas on this response.” said Bob Leak, President of Winston Salem Business, Inc.
Brent Christensen, President & CEO of Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, added, “What could we do that is out of the norm and will get Amazon’s attention? These are the ideas we seek!”
“This is our time to shine so that the Amazon HQ2 decision makers smile down on us. Getting their attention requires our collective brainpower” said Loren Hill, President of the High Point Economic Development Corporation.
“Separately, we are great communities. Together, we are a region with the assets, culture, resources and quality of life that is a perfect match for Amazon,” concluded Stan Kelly, Piedmont Triad Partnership President & CEO.
Think Big and Think Bold and the Triad wins Amazon HQ2. We will take ideas until the end of the day October 10th so we have time to incorporate them in to the RFP response.
August 16, 2017 | Guilford Apprenticeship Partners Holds Official Signing Ceremony
(Greensboro, NC) — In a ceremony last night at Guilford Technical Community College Jamestown Campus, the Guilford Apprenticeship Partners singed 23 apprentices to local employers. Charles Blanchard with Guilford County Schools was the guest speaker and Maureen Little from the North Carolina Community College System delivered the keynote address.
Guilford Apprenticeship Partners is an initiative sponsored by the Triad Workforce Solutions Collaborative, a partnership between the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro with support from Business High Point.
The 2017 Apprentices
Javin Bradley ……………………… Brady
Kayla Cooke ……………………….. Machine Specialties, Inc.
Joshua Dickens ………………….. Machine Specialties, Inc.
Seth Dymond ……………………… Machine Specialties, Inc.
Sean Haboon ……………………… Bright Plastics
Andrew Hairston ………………. TE Connectivity
Jayden House ……………………. HYFAB
Jazmine Jones …………………… The Quantum Group
Austin Kurtz ………………………. ABCO Automation, Inc.
Christopher Lee ………………… CommScope
Frank Mensah …………………….. HYFAB
Benjamin Moore ………………… TE Connectivity
Joshua Minter ………………….… Machine Specialties, Inc.
Nicholas Morrison …………….. Machine Specialties, Inc.
Zachary Pinon …………………… The Kao Group
Tyler Richardson ……………….. Machine Specialties, Inc.
Amanda Roe ……………………….. Machine Specialties, Inc.
Kaleb Skipper ……………………… Machine Specialties, Inc.
Caleb Skopelitis …………………. Machine Specialties, Inc.
Kevin Surrett ……………………… TE Connectivity
Daniel Starling …………………… TE Connectivity
David Varblane …………………. ABCO Automation, Inc.
Matthew Verdi ………………….. Machine Specialties, Inc.
August 7, 2017 | ‘Young Professionals On Tap’ this Wednesday
(Greensboro, NC) — Proximity Hotel will host a “Young Professionals On Tap” this Wednesday, August 9 from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. Representatives from six young professionals organizations in Greensboro will be on hand so attendees can find out which group meets their needs as a community volunteer. Print Works Bistro will provide heavy hors d’Oeuvres for the event and each attendee is responsible for their own drinks. A raffle will be held for a night’s stay at the Proximity Hotel and a $50 gift card. More information can be found here.
The six organizations and their focus include:
synerG Young Professionals : Mission is to attract, engage, and connect young professionals to Greensboro.
Greensboro Jaycees: Creating opportunities that empower young people to create positive change in their communities.
Future Fund: Focused on philanthropy, members contribute to a permanent endowment that makes grants to build a better Greensboro.
United Way Young Leaders: Mobilizing passionate young professionals who are actively seeing ways to give, advocate, and volunteer.
Vivace: Engagement in the arts through the Greensboro Symphony.
Junior League: Women building better communities through volunteerism and leadership training.
July 31, 2017 | synerG Young Professionals and Greensboro Jaycees Announce Formal Programming Partnership
(Greensboro, NC) — On Tuesday, August 1, 2017, synerG and the Greensboro Jaycees will implement a formal programming partnership. Staff and volunteers from each organization will work together on programming that will continue to strengthen the young professional community in Greensboro. “synerG and the Greensboro Jaycees have partnered on programming in the past and we feel that a formal partnership will build a stronger collaborative leadership experience for both the organizations and the young professionals who volunteer in the community,” said Hillary Meredith, synerG Young Professionals Director.
synerG and the Jaycees will combine efforts and continue to provide exceptional leadership and community engagement opportunities. Some of the programs the organizations will partner on include: the development of an executive leadership seminar series, co-sponsoring monthly On Tap networking events, Lunch and Learns, and Making Connections events.
“The Greensboro Jaycees are excited to enter into this partnership with Action Greensboro and the synerG young professionals. Both groups have a strong history of bringing positive change to the city, and together I am confident we can continue to provide opportunities for young adults to learn and grow to become the next generation of community leaders,” said Derek Mobley, President of the Greensboro Jaycees.
July 28, 2017 | Local Startup and LaunchLab graduate Ampogee Accepted to Techstars Kansas City
(Greensboro, NC) — Launch Greensboro and the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the acceptance of a LaunchLab (formerly Triad Startup Lab) graduate into the prestigious Techstars Kansas City accelerator program.
Ampogee, a Greensboro-based technology startup, began a three month residency at Techstars Kansas City earlier in July. Techstars is a worldwide network of funders, mentors, and resources who help technology oriented companies succeed. Historically, companies in their cohorts go on to raise an average of $2 million in outside funds upon completion of the accelerator. Each company accepted into the program receives $100,000 in funding from Techstars. Read more about Techstars here: http://www.techstars.com
Jonathan Woahn and his Ampogee co-founder, Brian Lopatka developed a software solution to provide an industry defining, out-of-the-box performance management tool to engage manufacturing and operations based teams. Read more about Ampogee here: http://ampogee.com. Woahn is also on the Advisory Board for Launch Greensboro.
June 20, 2017 | Leadership Greensboro Program Hires New Director; Applications for the Class of 2018 due June 30
(Greensboro, NC) — The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce announces the hire of a new Program Director for Leadership Greensboro. Niketa Greene comes to Greensboro from the Independent Adoption Center in Raleigh as the North Carolina Branch Director. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from North Carolina A&T State University and a Master’s in Public Administration from North Carolina Central University. Greene’s focus will be on developing our next community leaders and engaging the existing Leadership Greensboro Alumni network in order to grow the program and have a greater impact in the community.
Each year 40-45 participants are selected for Leadership Greensboro, a nine-month long, immersive leadership program presented in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership. The program prepares and nurtures citizens to assume leadership roles throughout the community and develop skills that will help their organizations succeed. Besides educating participants about the local community, the program provides hands-on experiences that teach participants how to work together to make our community a better place to live.
Diversity in industry, profession, race, gender, age, socioeconomic status, and sexual orientation are factors considered in the class selection. Individuals who have a proven record of ongoing commitment to community service are encouraged to apply. Applications for the Class of 2018 are due June 30, 2017.
June 14, 2017 | Downtown Cash Mobs Drive Local Business
(Greensboro, NC) — Beginning in June and continuing through August, the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce is hosting “Cash Mobs” every Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30 – 1:30pm at various members locations throughout the downtown Greensboro footprint. Showcasing businesses ranging from traditional retail spaces, to service providers and restaurants was the goal of the program. For a full, up-to-date listing of all Cash Mob locations and specials offered at each location, visit our website at : http://greensboro.org/grow-your-business/downtown-cash-mobs/
DEEP ROOTS MARKET 600 North Eugene Street Thursday, June 15 | 12:30 – 1:30
HORIGAN’S HOUSE OF TAPS 603 A South Elm Street Tuesday, June 20 | 12:30 – 1:30
SCHIFFMAN’S JEWELERS 225 South Elm Street Thursday, June 22 | 12:30 – 1:30 pm
CRAFTED: ART OF STREET FOOD 600 Battleground Avenue *Special Time* Thursday, June 22 | 5:00 – 6:00 pm
1618 DOWNTOWN 312 South Elm Street Thursday, June 29 | 12:30 – 1:30
FOUR FLOCKS AND LARDER 433-101 Spring Garden Street Thursday, July 6 | 12:30 – 1:30
MODERN DAY HYPNOSIS Free info session at the Chamber offices 111 W. February One Place Tuesday, July 11 | 12:30 – 1:30
MAIN EVENT SPORTS BAR 356 South Elm Street Thursday, July 13 | 12:30 – 1:30
GREENSBORO DOWNTOWN YOGA FREE Express 30 minute Yoga Class! 219 Summit Avenue Tuesday, July 18 | 12:30 – 1:30
June 1, 2017 | Talent Retention Efforts Bearing Fruit
(Greensboro, NC) — The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Action Greensboro, and Launch Greensboro are thrilled to begin the summer with exciting news about university talent retention.
Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Kick-Off
The 2017 Fellows kicked off their summer last night at a reception at HQ Greensboro. On Thursday and Friday, June 1-2, the students will participate in world-class leadership training during a two-day Leonard Kaplan Leadership Institute at the Center for Creative Leadership. Along with leadership training, during the 10-week summer program students gain will industry experience through paid internships, network with key business leaders and community members and be paired with business leader mentors. A total of 53 Fellows were selected from eight local colleges and universities: Bennett College, Elon School of Law, Elon, Greensboro College, Guilford Technical Community College, Guilford College, North Carolina A&T State University, and University of North Carolina Greensboro.
Thirty local companies and non-profits are hosting this year including Biscuitville, Boulton Creative, Center for Board Excellence, Charles Aris, City of Greensboro, Cone Health, Downtown Greensboro, Inc., Eastern Music Festival, Engineered Steel Products, Frank L. Blum Construction, Global Brands Group, Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Greensboro Grasshoppers, Greensboro Downtown Parks, Inc., ITG Brands, Kellin Foundation, Launch Greensboro, Lincoln Financial Group, NCCJ, Proctor & Gamble, Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants & Hotels, Replacements, RLF Communications, Samet Corporation, TEKsystems, Tigermoth Creative, Triad Stage, United Way of Greater Greensboro, VF Corporation, and Xtern Software.
Launch Greensboro Interns Secure Full-Time Employment
Three of the ten 2016-2017 LaunchLab Interns have secured full-time employment at local companies as a direct result of their internship. Natalie King (UNCG) was hired by Southern Trade Publications; Infeanyi Obi (Elon University) was hired by Summit Advisory; and Jacob Froats (High Point University) received full-time employment from Ampogee (formerly Catalant). Ampogee is also a graduate of the LaunchLab (formerly Triad Startup Lab) program.
Over the next eight weeks, five Morehead-Cain Fellows from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill will be in Greensboro as part of The Civic Collaboration Summer Experience, an opportunity for a small group of scholars to do a “deep dive” into a city, getting to know its identity and spirit while grappling with its real challenges and enjoying its strengths. In Greensboro, they will be focused on our talent retention pipeline, compiling data and research around the following questions: how might Greensboro better align the programs within the pipeline, what national best practices can Greensboro Learn From, and how can the city benchmark their progress and success.
May 24, 2017 | Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated to Expand in Greensboro/Guilford County
Greensboro, N.C. – Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, plans to expand its presence in Greensboro and Guilford County with the opening of a new 135,300 square foot facility at McConnell Center in Greensboro. Coke Consolidated will add 15-20 new jobs with an investment of at least $4 million. The company currently employs 230 people at 8200 Capital Drive in Greensboro.
City of Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan said, “Coke Consolidated began operations in Greensboro as far back as 1902. With this announcement, the company is further strengthening its position in Greensboro and Guilford County. We appreciate their continued investment in the region.”
“We’re excited to celebrate Coca-Cola Consolidated’s selection of McConnell Center as the location for the company’s expansion to East Greensboro. This investment in a new facility offering approximately 135,300 square feet drives momentum in quality job creation and new opportunities for the area,” said City of Greensboro Councilwoman Sharon Hightower.
The Guilford County Economic Development Alliance consisting of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and High Point Economic Development Corporation, worked together with the City of Greensboro, Duke Energy, the Guilford County Workforce Development Board, the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, listing agency Triad Commercial Properties, co-developer and general contractor Windsor Commercial, property developer Pete Goria, and Development Advisors Incorporated, in securing Coke Consolidated’s investment in Guilford County.
“On behalf of the Guilford County Economic Development Alliance, I would like to thank Coke Consolidated for expanding in our community. We are committed to fostering a competitive business climate to ensure their continued success,” said Derek Ellington, chair of the Greensboro Chamber Economic Development Advisory Board and Triad Market President for Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
“Our Company was founded in Greensboro in 1902, so the city holds a special place in our hearts,” said Kimberly Kuo, Sr. VP of Public Affairs for Coca-Cola Consolidated. “This new facility will enable us to more efficiently serve our retail customers and loyal consumers throughout the region.”
About Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated
Coke Consolidated is the largest independent Coca-Cola bottler in the United States. Our Purpose is to honor God, serve others, pursue excellence and grow profitably. For 115 years, we have been deeply committed to the consumers, customers, and communities we serve and passionate about the broad portfolio of beverages and services we offer. We make, sell and distribute beverages of The Coca-Cola Company and other partner companies in more than 300 brands and flavors across 16 states to over 50 million consumers.
Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Coke Consolidated is traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol COKE. More information about the company is available at www.cokeconsolidated.com. Follow Coke Consolidated on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
May 24, 2017 | Coffee & Conversation to highlight Downtown Greensboro
Greensboro, N.C. – Celebrating the kickoff of summer, the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce’s May topic of Coffee & Conversation will feature Zack Matheny of Downtown Greensboro, Inc.
Sponsored by Allegacy Federal Credit Union, attendees will learn about recent growth and updates to downtown Greensboro as well as some fun new programs for the whole family this summer.
Coffee & Conversation is the Greensboro Chamber’s monthly networking and educational event. Held at Morehead Foundry, the hour-long program offers members the opportunity to not only meet each other, but to learn about topics and issues important to the Greensboro business community. Past topics have included the Greensboro Science Center, Greensboro Swarm, Say Yes to Education, and The Bryan School at UNCG among others.
When: Thursday, May 25, 2017 @ 7:30 am
Where: Morehead Foundry, 433 Spring Garden Street
May 2, 2017 | 2017 Small Business Award Winners Announced
Greensboro, N.C. – During a luncheon today at the Van Dyke Performance Space, the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, along with their partners Arts Greensboro, Guilford Merchants Association, The Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities, and the Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship, announced the winners of the 2017 Small Business Awards. A keynote address was given by Lynn Douthett, the District Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s North Carolina District Office. Brian Vannoy, Chief Credit Risk Officer with Allegacy Federal Credit Union, emceed the award presentation.
Brant Taylor Barrier Free Success Award presented by the Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities
WINNER: Dr. Stuart J. Schleien, Char of the Department of Community and Therapeutic Recreation at UNCG
Outstanding Employer of the Year presented by the Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities
WINNER: K&W Cafeteria at Signature Place at Friendly Center; Bobby Eaton, Manager
Arts in Business Award presented by Arts Greensboro
WINNER: Scuppernong Books
Retailer of the Year presented by Guilford Merchants Association
WINNER: Hudson’s Hill
Associate of the Year presented by the Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship
WINNER: Havilah HIll-Rowe, owner and founder of Communication is Key, PLLC
Minority Small Business Person of the Year presented by the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce
WINNER: Randy Wadsworth and Damion Moore, Dame’s Chicken and Waffles
Women in Business Award presented by the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce
WINNER: Lee Comer, fresh.local.good food group
Small Business Person of the Year presented by the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce
WINNER: Garret and Mike Bedrin, Salons by JC
Small Business Advocate of the Year presented by the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce
WINNER: Andy Zimmerman, AZ Development
2017 Region IV (Southeast) Subcontractor of the Year presented by the US Small Business Administration – NC District
WINNER: Neeta Singh, Tiger Controls
April 3, 2017 | Greensboro Chamber of Commerce Announces Full Itinerary for Intercity Visit to Columbus, Ohio
(Greensboro, NC) – The Greensboro Chamber of Commerce will be traveling to Columbus, Ohio on May 10-11 as part of its biannual Intercity Visit. The purpose of these visits is to engage in collective community visioning and learn best practices and lessons learned from other successful communities. Previous trips included Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2015 and Birmingham, Alabama in 2013.
In May, community and business leaders from around Guilford County will focus on five topics: alleviating poverty, city branding, entrepreneurship, talent and skills development, and university engagement.
SMARTColumbUS @ Rickenbacker International Airport
In June 2016, after competing against 77 cities nationwide to implement a holistic vision for how technology can help all residents to move more easily and to access opportunity. The City of Columbus won the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) $40 million Smart City Challenge. Against the backdrop of Rickenbacker, we will learn how transportation is essential to all areas from alleviating poverty to talent and skills development.
Social Entrepreneurship @ Hot Chicken Takeover
Not only will you sample the best in Nashville-style hot chicken, Hot Chicken Takeover is a story of social entrepreneurship. Be it homelessness, previous incarceration, or other barriers to employment, HCT supports their employees financial stability, personal growth, and professional development.
Community Pride @ Columbus Foundation
Beginning in 2007, Columbus recognized the need to develop a common story of how Greater Columbus was presented to external and internal audiences focused on retaining and expanding existing businesses, growing new enterprises, and attracting companies from around the world. The brand conveys a smart and open-minded city with a progressive attitude made real through people, businesses, and neighborhoods every day. We will learn how the brand was developed, implemented, and how it has changed the Columbus community.
Entrepreneurial Pipelines @ Rev1 Ventures
Columbus is rated the #1 fastest-growing startup city for a reason. Rev1 is part startup accelerator, part venture capital fund, and the center of all things entrepreneurial in Columbus. Their seed fund is the most active in the Great Lakes Region supporting every type of entrepreneur at every stage of their venture.
Self-Sustaining Socially Conscious Entrepreneurship @ Clean Turn
Clean Turn’s mission is to strengthen communities with an empowered workforce by creating profitable social enterprises through creating multiple, self-sustaining businesses with a social mindset while also developing a robust workforce.
Creating a Talent Pipeline for a Successful City @ TBA
Growing and retaining talent in a community is accomplished through a variety of means and Columbus is home to three programs focused on education and communities: Blueprint Columbus: an innovative way to solve a critical infrastructure issue while also investing in neighborhoods and the local economy.
Central Ohio Compact: a regional collaboration to raise the number of degrees and credentials needed by 2025. Columbus City Schools Student Support Services: effective strategies to support students and their learning successes.
Marysville Auto Plant & the Honda Heritage Center
In 1977, an agreement between Honda and the state of Ohio launched the first plant in the state. Today, that operation has grown to four state-of-the-art plants employing nearly 9,500 people. Advanced manufacturing at this scale cannot exist without the support of the community across all aspects from working with local colleges and universities and the public K-12 school system, to transportation & infrastructure. The 4 million square foot Marysville plant is the largest in Ohio producing the Honda Accord sedan and coupe along with the Acura TLX and ILX for customers in 100 countries around the world.
February 28, 2017 | Pratt Display Continues Growth in Contract Packing, Opening North Carolina Facility
(Greensboro, NC) — Pratt Industries’ Display division continues its rapid expansion with the opening of a 360,000 square foot facility at Rock Creek Center, in Whitsett, NC in March. Pratt, which employs 6,000 people in manufacturing jobs, is America’s 5th largest corrugated producer.
“On behalf of Guilford County, I’d like to welcome Pratt Industries to the community. We’re committed to working closely with this company as they continue to grow and create new jobs in the region,” said Jeff Phillips, Chairman of the Guilford County Board of Commissioners.
The facility will house a full-service, stand-alone fulfillment operation, providing primary packaging; POP display packing; sophisticated pick-and-pack; and national distribution for consumer products clients.
“This investment is aligned with our five-year strategic plan that includes growing our business through value-added services such as contract manufacturing to provide our customers with an end-to-end solution,” said company chairman Anthony Pratt. “It solidifies our position in the market as one of the largest providers of turnkey services, extends our national footprint, and further strengthens our participation in broader segments of the POP industry.”
“On behalf of the Guilford County Economic Development Alliance, I would like to extend Pratt a warm welcome to our community. Pratt has selected a region offering the best workforce and business climate in the world, and we’re committed to their continued success right here in the Triad,” said Derek Ellington, chair of the Greensboro Chamber Economic Development Advisory Board and Triad Market President for Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The Guilford County Economic Development Alliance consisting of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and High Point Economic Development Corporation worked together with the Guilford County Workforce Development Board in securing Pratt Industries investment in Guilford County.
Pratt Display now conducts contract packing operations in nine locations around the country. Pratt will be hiring production, quality, warehouse, and maintenance associates to staff the new facility, located at 6550 Judge Adams Road, Whitsett, North Carolina 27377. To apply, click below and enter keyword ‘Whitsett.’ http://www.pratthrcentral.com/modules/ApplicantTracking/ SearchByKeyword.php