Surry County Economic Development Partnership

614 South Main Street
Dobson NC 27017

    Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Surry County lies in the northwest quadrant of North Carolina's Piedmont Triad, nationally ranked #1 for business climate, dubbed the nation's second "hottest city" for manufacturing, and second best real estate market.

    Yadkin County Economic Development Council

    205 South Jackson Street
    Yadkinville NC 27055

      Yadkin County Economic Development Council

      Small Business & Technology Development Center

      5 West Hargett Street, Suite 600
      Raleigh NC 27601

        The SBTDC is part of The National Small Business Development Center (SBDC) program, which was founded on the premise of leveraging higher education resources (staff, students, faculty, research) for the benefit of the business community. In North Carolina, the SBTDC provides that vital connection between the multi-campus University system and small to mid-sized businesses across the state.

        Economic Development Council of Davie County

        135 S. Salisbury Street Street
        Mocksville NC 27028

          Davie County is a growing community of approximately 40,000 people. The area is served by I-40, which bisects the county, as well as nearby I-85 and I-77. One-half of the nation's population and one trillion dollars in industrial production, representing 60% of the U.S. market, is located within 800 miles of Davie County.

          Piedmont Triad Partnership

          7025 Albert Pick Road
          Greensboro NC 27409

            The Piedmont Triad Partnership is devoted to marketing the 12 counties of the Piedmont Triad for business expansions and relocations. This site provides information on the business and labor climate, as well as a searchable database of available sites and buildings in the region.

            Appalachian Regional Development Institute

            130 Poplar Grove Connector
            Boone NC 28608

              The Appalachian Regional Development Institute (ARDI) is an applied research and public service program of Appalachian State University. Through ARDI, the University makes its resources, faculty and professional staff available to address economic, business, government, and social issues and problems related to regional development.

              NC Institute of Minority Economic Development

              114 West Parrish Street
              Durham NC 27701

                The North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development is a statewide nonprofit organization representing the interest of underdeveloped and underutilized sectors of the state's economic base. The Institute's working philosophy is that--information and business development are critical to wealth creation and to building the asset base among low-wealth sectors of the population.

                • Surry County Economic Development
                  614 South Main Street
                  Dobson NC