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inthisissue January 2006
An Economic Developer's Dream
Ronnie Bryant comes to the 16-county CRP from a similar position with the 10-county Pittsburgh Regional Alliance. After having regularly competed with Charlotte for corporate relocations, he considers his new position to be an economic developer's dream job. He has been making the rounds, putting names with faces, and gearing up to present CRT's five-year economic development plan in first quarter of 2006.
[UNCC - Charlotte Research Institute]
Collaboration, Research and Innovation
Dr. Robert Wilhelm, CRPís new executive director, has been characterized as an eloquent scientist and communicator who seeks to keep his organization and partners moving forward in synchronization. Heís looking forward to developing university business and technology partnerships within their research centers, generating valuable results.
Getting Right to the Point
Athough this company has been in the same family for 25 years, they are far from old-fashioned. State-of-the-art integrated graphics capabilities, high-end digital printing, and interactive online services and products serve a diverse client base that constantly seeks the latest technologies and capabilities. Itís a really cool printing company!
[Carpenter Cammack & Associates, Inc.]
Taking Risks Insures Success
Although Carpenter and Cammack were already seasoned veterans in the commercial insurance industry, forming their own company from scratch and cold calling out of a car was no lark. Their company has since grown to a four-office, full-service commercial insurance agency specializing in insurance and risk management for medium-sized and large companies.
[Lindsay Daniel Architecture, Inc.]
Bringing Couture to Architecture
Lifestyle is everything: thatís Lindsay Danielís creed, and itís one she lives by. She practices ďCouture Architecture,Ē providing architectural service, design quality, and personalized attention to the client and the project, going beyond typical architectural practice, involving elements of fine arts, interior design, architecture, and family management.
[publisher's Post]
It's Time to Give Healthcare Tax Credits to Individuals as Well as Employers!
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