The Chamber will act as a catalyst for economic growth through the support of economic development initiatives. The Chamber will work with partner organizations to strengthen the business climate and improve the quality of life.
The Pitt County Committee of 100, Inc. will enhance existing economic development efforts through leadership, collaboration, and resources in order to increase the number of jobs and investment in Pitt County. The Committee of 100 is a proactive organization that can provide insight and capital funding to help close development deals.
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The Greenville SEED @ ECU collaboration space is a project of the City of Greenville, ECU, and the Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce. The goal of SEED is to strengthen the entrepreneurial environment in Greenville and Pitt County. The collaboration space programs encourage and support creativity, successful business startup and rapid growth.
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The City of Greenville's Office of Economic Development promotes and supports the city's economic development goals and strategies and it assists with urban revitalization programs.
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The Pitt County Development Commission recruits new industry and supports existing industry in Pitt County. Its mission is to promote job growth, diversity the County's economy, and expand the local tax base.
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The Office of Innovation and Economic Development at East Carolina University brings the considerable resources of ECU to task in helping communities and companies throughout North Carolina address the critical challenges of competitiveness and economic development.
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The NCEast Alliance is a regional, private, not-for-profit, economic development agency serving more than 1 million residents within several small metropolitan and micropolitan areas from the fringe of the Research Triangle to the Atlantic Coast.Click here for more information on the NCEast Alliance.
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