Jennifer Ray is a Wake Forest, North Carolina businesswoman utilizing the growth of her town to fuel the success of her business.
The vast potential for business growth that's nestled in with the small town charm of Wake Forest, North Carolina was recently highlighted in Business In Focus magazine.
Safety is something most people look for when choosing where to live in, and residents of Wake Forest may be in one of the safest areas in North Carolina, according to a new study.
As an entrepreneur, McWilliams has found Wake Forest, North Carolina, to be place where he can be both successful, and enjoy a great quality of life. Since launching his growing business, like many other start-ups and technology companies in the community, he has found a diverse pool of talent readily available in Wake Forest, where more than 50% of the population has a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Wake Forest has a bright future for business, that's being led by the community's own entrepreneurs and business people.
The Triangle Region has officially announced it's bid for one of the most intensely competed for economic development opportunities of the decade: Amazon's HQ2. The second headquarters for the company will bring an anticipated 50,000 jobs and will invest billions of dollars into the local community.
$500,000 Awarded to NC RIoT Accelerator Program for Disruptive Technology through the Economic Development Administration
Wake Forest is one of the top 10 cities in NC with the largest population increases between 2010 and 2015. The 10 cities with the largest population increases between 2010 and 2015 contain 25% of the state’s total population but make up half of the total population growth over the five-year period.
"The Raleigh-Cary metropolitan area remains one of the fastest growing in the country, according to the latest population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. More than 1.3 million people live in the Raleigh-Cary metro area, defined as Wake, Johnston and Franklin counties, up 2.5 percent in the year ending last June 30. The Raleigh metro area was the 14th fastest growing in the country and the fastest growing in North Carolina, followed by Charlotte, which grew 2 percent during that time."