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  1. 2023 Crowns of Enterprise Awards Nominations Now Open!

    Nominations are open for 2023 Crowns of Enterprise Awards sponsored by Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte. 

  2. Small Business Owners Can Find Support with No-Cost Programs Offered by Mecklenburg County

    The Mecklenburg County Office of Economic Development offers two programs for small businesses that are in different stages of growth. 

  3. Bearings & Power Transmission Products Manufacturer Selects Mecklenburg County for New Distribution Center

    Solve Industrial Motion Group (Solve), a leading manufacturer of bearings and power transmission products, has officially signed a lease a for a 282,134-square-foot, state-of-the-art distribution center in Mecklenburg County. 

  4. Bosch Rexroth Announces Expansion to New State-of-the-Art Customizing and Research and Development Facility in Mecklenburg County

    The company will be relocating to a new, build-to-suit property off Tyvola Road, investing $58 million in a transformative facility.

  5. Office of Economic Development Partners to Host Minority Enterprise Development Week

    Since 1983, U.S. presidents have proclaimed a national Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week observance to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of minority business enterprises and honor those corporations and financial institutions supporting minority business development.

  6. Office of Economic Development Partners to Host In-Spanish Contractor Series

    Mecklenburg County's Business Diversity and Inclusion Program is proud to participate in Hispanic Heritage Month by introducing an in-language seminar series, Celebrating the Hispanic Community:

  7. Atlantic Coast Conference to Keep Operations in North Carolina and Move Headquarters to Mecklenburg County

    The Atlantic Coast Conference Board of Directors announced Tuesday it has selected Charlotte as the future home of its headquarters operation, continuing the strong legacy of a North Carolina-based ACC.

  8. Money is Available Now Through the County's Meck Lending Program

    Mecklenburg County's small business fund, Meck Lending, has funds available now.