In some places, January is a chilly time for business. Not so much in Cary. Grab a fistful of business cards and get out there this month.
Business doesn’t have to grind to halt in December. Here are a handful of local business events to keep you in the mix over the holiday season.
Calling all entrepreneurs, start-ups, techies and digital divas. The Technology Task Force is mapping out Cary’s future and your opinion is wanted.
My friend Jamie, who serves with me on Cary’s Technology Task Force, has got my interest piqued about the notion of Maker Sheds. These are low-overhead Technology Centers where people make actually stuff.
Calling all entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMBs serving the Cary market: the Cary Chamber of Commerce Business Expo is coming on November 7, 2012.
Gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory visited the Cary Innovation Center on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 for a roundtable discussion with local business leaders.
Even by Cary standards, the $1.45 billion deal for TowerCo is an eye-popper. And that’s just one several recent news items reinforcing Cary’s place as a center of business, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Ingrid Jones of Impact Meetings and Events has joined Cary Innovation Center as a resident member.
This past year, we have reported on Downtown development with an eye to what the Town of Cary has purchased and developed. In this article, we take a look at the independent businesses now open in the core area of downtown – chiefly Academy and Chatham Streets.