A speculative industrial building in Indigreen Corporate Park will soon be in development through a partnership with the Greenville Eastern North Carolina (ENC) Alliance, Marlboro Development Team (MDT), Greenville Utilities Commission (GUC), and City of Greenville.
Metronet has officially declared the City of Greenville a Certified Gigabit City Powered by Metronet after the company’s ultra-high-speed, multi-gigabit fiber optic network became accessible to a majority of households and businesses throughout the city.
As the Greenville Eastern North Carolina (ENC) Alliance continues to focus on promoting the Greenville-Pitt County area, the economic development organization hired a new staff member to support marketing efforts.
Catalent Pharma Solutions, a full-service contract development and manufacturing company in Greenville that specializes in novel oral solid dosage forms and provides pharmaceutical development, analytical testing, and commercial manufacturing services, is expanding its operations and creating new jobs.
After several years of continued product innovation, broadening beverage categories and growing consumer demands, Minges Bottling Group expands its footprint and capabilities in eastern North Carolina.
Thermo Fisher Scientic, the world leader in serving science, announces additional plans to expand its Greenville site for enhanced sterile liquid and lyophilized filling, pre-filled syringes, and solid dose continuous manufacturing.
Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, is expanding its site in Greenville for sterile drug product development and commercial manufacturing of critical medicines, therapies, and vaccines.
In this Q&A Series interview, East Carolina University Chancellor Dr. Philip Rogers shares his thoughts and insight on how education aligns with economic development. Dr. Rogers became ECU's 12th chancellor on March 15, 2021.
There are many partners and organizations involved in successful economic development programs and initiatives. Josh Lewis, the Greenville ENC Alliance’s president and CEO, had an opportunity to sit down with Dr. Michael Waldrum, CEO of ECU Health and Dean of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
In this Leadership Q&A Series interview, Josh Lewis, the Greenville ENC Alliance’s president and CEO, sat down with Tony Cannon, General Manager and CEO of Greenville Utilities Commission (GUC).
Josh Lewis, the Greenville ENC Alliance’s president and CEO, sat down with Pitt Community College president Dr. Lawrence Rouse, who has more than 40 years of experience in community college administration.