Membership fees and donations are a primary source of operating income for the Cape Fear Economic Development Council, and they allow us to provide innovative programs to amplify the voice of business.
On March 7 at the WHQR Gallery, Chairman Barfield provided insights gained from tours of other southern cities, highlighting their economic development activities and successes. Chairman Barfield discussed his insights from Greenville, SC and Charleston, SC and his pursuit of what constitutes success in these and other regions and how those ideas might be applied here. See the video at https://youtu.be/GtfIhB5UMPU
Wilmington, NC, June 29, 2018 – Cape Fear Economic Development Council (CFEDC), the non-profit giving voice to innovative and sustainable economic development, has released a position statement about sustainable development along the US 421 industrial corridor.