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Keeping Life Sciences Growing in North Carolina

Managing, maintaining and updating your life sciences company well can lead to growth and expansion.

Many tools are available in North Carolina to take your existing business to the next level, provide support and feedback and help you realize your maximum potential.

NCBiotech’s regional directors help existing businesses prosper and expand across the state. We visit life sciences companies to identify barriers to growth and the resources to overcome them. In addition, we coordinate assistance ranging from finding qualified workers and new local suppliers to implementing energy-efficient processes.

Business Expansion Support

Life sciences businesses preparing to expand can turn to us for personalized assistance to address specific needs or coordination of resources from our varied partners including the N.C. Department of Commerce, the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, NCBIO and the North Carolina Community College System.

Manufacturing Best Practices and Process Improvement

NCBiotech and its partners offer services and deep industry expertise to help your life sciences company innovate, work efficiently and contain costs. Our collaboration with research and government organizations, businesses and academic institutions provides companies access to better technologies and business methods.

Market Research and Analysis

NCBiotech can help companies tap into the data that enables informed decisions about expansions, workforce development and domestic and global markets. Our Life Science Intelligence Unit finds, analyzes and shares data addressing the economy, workforce, markets and more.

Supply Chain Connections

Our regional directors can help companies connect to potential local business partners and suppliers.

Workforce Recruitment and Customized Training Opportunities

NCBiotech and partners such as NCBioImpact, including the state's community college system, help life sciences businesses find and develop the workforce talent they need to thrive. The state’s comprehensive workforce solutions system includes job fairs, pre-screening of applicants, recruitment and highly customized training programs.


For questions or more information, contact:
Laura Rowley, Ph.D.
Vice President, Life Science Economic Development Life Sciences Economic Development 919-549-8864 | laura_rowley@ncbiotech.org

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