Opportunity is here. You can be too.Results Found: 24Thursday, January 5, 2023
Inbound! Survey ranks Wilmington as top city for people to relocateTuesday, January 3, 2023
North Carolina ranks highly as best state to start a business, reports sayMonday, July 18, 2022
Area's Tech Talent On The Rise (Greater Wilmington Business Journal)
Megan MullinsThursday, July 14, 2022
BUSINESS FACILITIES 2022 STATE RANKINGS REPORT: NORTH CAROLINA TOPS BEST BUSINESS CLIMATE LIST
Megan MullinsFriday, May 13, 2022
Here's How Much the Population Grew in Wilmington, NC During the Pandemic
In the Wilmington metro area, located in North Carolina, the population climbed from 286,623 in July 2020 to 291,833 in July 2021. The 1.8% increase ranks as the 38th highest among all U.S. metro areas.
Megan MullinsMonday, May 2, 2022
PODS® Announces 2021-22 Relocation Trends, Including Top 20 Destinations
According to new national data from PODS, Wilmington is the nation's #6 destination for movers for 2021/2022. PODS analyzed nationwide customer moving data between January 2021 - March 2022 for this 2022 relocation trends report, revealing new insights on national moving trends and the top 20 most popular destinations for movers over the past year.
Megan MullinsSunday, May 1, 2022
US Renters Migrate Toward Feeder Cities
Our analysis puts Wilmington at No. 19 among the top 20 metros where renters want to live. In fact, 2.1 people moved in for every renter who moved away. And where are they coming from? Wilmington's top origin city is actually Leland, while the top out-of-state origin city is New York. Zooming in on generational differences, 35% of those arriving in Wilmington in 2021 were millennials.Friday, April 15, 2022
Port Moves Ahead With Nearly $22.6M Reefer Yard Expansion
The Port of Wilmington will soon feature even more room equipped to temporarily store refrigerated containers. Last month, the N.C. State Port Authority Board of Directors voted to authorize phase two of its reefer yard expansion, a nearly $22.6 million project.
Johanna StillFriday, April 15, 2022
North Carolina rises to No. 20 in new innovation economy study
North Carolina ranks 20th among all U.S. states in a new rankings report, increasing its ranking by one spot from the most recent study. The 2021 Tracking Innovation report is the eighth such benchmarking report in a series first published in 2000. It was released this week by the North Carolina Board of Science, Technology & Innovation.
Jason Parker, WRAL TechWire