June 12, 2017

Join Me in Leadership Wilmington

I’ve always been an advocate of personal and professional development. Even at this stage of my career I’m learning every day—and strive to do so—to more effectively perform in my role as […]
May 24, 2017

The Wells Fargo Championship is Over: Now What?

The Cape Fear region was on display to the world when the Wells Fargo Championship took a hiatus from Charlotte and made its way to Eagle Point Golf Club in Porter’s Neck […]
May 8, 2017

North Carolina Wins Site Selection Magazine’s Top State Award

North Carolina now holds Site Selection magazine’s Prosperity Cup title, beating out Texas after tying last year for the award. The award is based on an index of 10 criteria that measures economic […]
April 12, 2017

Choose Cape Fear Posters Available

As part of the regional economic development marketing initiative Choose Cape Fear, which is being led by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce’s flagship initiative Cape Fear Future, posters have been created that […]
March 15, 2017

Announcing Choose Cape Fear

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce “Choose Cape Fear.” The marketing campaign was officially unveiled at last night’s 150th Annual Meeting, along with its related assets, which include a […]
March 9, 2017

SUP Revisions Receive Unanimous Vote from Commissioners

Four years of efforts to create an improved New Hanover County industrial special use process culminated Monday when the NHC Commissioners approved revisions recommended by the Planning Board.  The revisions provide for […]
February 22, 2017

Governor Cooper to Speak at Chamber’s 150th Annual Meeting

Area business leaders will hear from newly elected Governor Roy Cooper during the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce 150th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Governor Cooper will provide the keynote address […]
January 26, 2017

Wilmington Ranks as Favorite City in North Carolina

In a new study released this week, Wilmington ranked first in the favorability ranking for state cities according to 953 North Carolinians. Public Policy Polling, a national polling company based in Raleigh, conducted the […]