It should be no surprise that in an area with fast-moving cars, its people move quickly as well. In June 2015, a Concord City Council ordinance amendment opened the frontier for breweries. Just 16 months later, Concord’s third brewery: Twenty-Six Acres. Born of and run by Cabarrus natives — Joel Padgett (operations manager), Eric Troutman (brewer) and Wes Ports (business partner) — it opened to the public on Oct. 15, 2016.more»
Building in Cabarrus County for 2016 was almost back to the peaks prior to the recession that hit in 2008.more»
Intertape Polymer Group is looking for talented, energetic individuals to partner with them. Come meet them and learn about job opportunities and their excellent benefits package.more»
KANNAPOLIS — Bill Collins, who has already opened a successful brewery in Bristol, Conn., wants to invest around $1 million to open Kannapolis’ first brewery.more»
BioArmor, a company that makes hand sanitizers that use nanotechnology to kill germs, is the latest new resident of the Core Lab at the N.C. Research Campus.
Concord Regional Airport dedicated its new $12.6 million terminal complex this morning that planners say could triple the number of scheduled airline flights at the airport.more»
Aug. 31, 2016 – CONCORD, NC – Yokohama Tire Corporation’s plans to establish a Technical Development Center in Concord will create up to 56 jobs and invest nearly $2.7 million into the local economy.more»