Adrienne Cole, our president and CEO was quoted in the article discussing the project and speaking to pivotal role played by Irena Krstanovic, director of economic development for the Town of Holly Springs; Katy Parker, business recruitment manager at the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC); and Ashley Cagle, assistant executive director of Wake County Economic Development.
WRAL TechWire also picked up the Raleigh Chamber’s YouTube Interview of Adrienne with Wake Economic Development’s Michael Haley and Ashley Cagle discussing the recent announcements from FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies and Google.
The trio explores the power of collaboration, the impact and benefit of the announcements, and the shared commitment to existing initiatives such a diversity, equity, and inclusion, sustainability, and workforce development.
Durham-based, Cree just launched a campaign called “Work Where It Works,” which has about half of its staff working from home and with many others working in the factory on production lines.
To learn more about our economic development efforts, visit raleigh-wake.org. For COVID recovery and reopening resources, you can visit raleighchamber.org/recovery.