For its first year, the Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program had a cohort of 36 Fellows from all seven colleges and universities partnered with Opportunity Greensboro. Focusing on talent development and student retention, the program provided the Fellows with paid… Read more »
The Tesla “Gigafactory” held a grand opening celebration in the Nevada desert, which revealed expansion plans for Tesla buses. Read more. . .
Kettler partnered with The Stillman Group, purchasing 384 apartments in Greensboro and Carrboro. These acquisitions represent Kettler’s first property purchases in North Carolina. Read more. . .
Thomas Built Buses expanded job growth for its manufacturing operations in High Point. From electricians to robotic technicians, the firm announced adding a second shift at its Saf-T-Liner C2 Plant. Read more. . .
Governor McCrory has signed North Carolina’s first law to allow Crowdfunding in the state. One benefit of this law is that it allows NC-based companies to raise up to $2 million. Read more. . .
The Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education started its first classes on Monday. Offering flexible space and designated areas for individual study, the center is designed for future physician-leaders. Read more. . .
The Mebane distribution center is Walmart’s fourth distribution center in North Carolina. Serving Walmart stores in the state as well as Virginia, the center has also donated money to three nonprofit organizations. Read more…. Read more »
Honda Aircraft launched its HondaJet at the Farnsborough Air Show to raise awareness. With HondaJets on its order book, the Greensboro airframer already has plans to manufacture examples in 2016 and 2017. Read more. …. Read more »
KPMG certified the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite, which means that the site meets requirements in transportation, utility services and more. Read more. . .
Over a three-year period, B&G plans to add more jobs. In addition, this expansion is expected to add nearly $1.6 million to its annual payroll in Yadkinville. Read more. . .