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Hoping to keep a prospective workforce in Pitt County is a program preparing teens for career paths of interests. Grow Local, partnered with programs like Regional Advanced Pipeline East (RAMP East), fulfills this goal by giving students hands-on experience with local businesses. For students seeking employment in manufacturing, course credentials can also be earned through RAMP East’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute (AMI).
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40652
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Now a bustling part of Charlotte, the South End’s robustness is attributed to factors such as the construction of condos and establishment of businesses in industries such as hospitality and the arts. The story of this section’s success is also told in statistics and recollections by local business owners.
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The glass ceiling, long represented as a barrier for women in terms of career advance, is redefined here in the context of entrepreneurship. An opportunity for women seeking business ownership is now available through an angel fund called Xelle Ventures. Created by three women from the Triangle, Triad, and Wilmington areas, they discussed topics such as their definition for woman-owned business and story behind Xelle’s founding.
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Aspects where Asheville and Wilmington have experienced a boom include population and tourism. On the flip side of the upside is the high price tag that comes with residence. For Asheville, the price tag possibly too high to pay is also represented in a low employment rate that works against the city.