Marketing/Media

Dec 13, 2022

A slate of the area’s “most intriguing” leaders shared insights on their projects at the last Greater Wilmington Business Journal Power Breakfast of the year.  Representing a variety of business and nonprofit interests, speakers offered updates and reflections on their unique projects to a sold-out crowd.    Rail Trail Rhonda Bellamy, ...

Dec 6, 2022

RentCafe performed a nationwide study of the best cities across the U.S. for remote work and Wilmington landed 30th on the list. Released Nov. 22, the study weighed 19 attributes for 150 cities. The analysis found the most desirable cities for remote workers looking to relocate in the Southeast due to its mix of offerings, including affordability and "remote work r ...

Dec 6, 2022

The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce’s 2022 Economic Summit featured expert economic speakers who largely focused on the timely topics of attracting a talented workforce and the inner workings of site selection.  The Tuesday morning event, held at the University of North Carolina Wilmington Burney Center, included a presentation by UNCW regional economist Mouhc ...

Ico insights

INSIGHTS

SPONSORS' CONTENT

Preventing Fraud During the Holidays

Posted Dec 7, 2022
Holiday shopping, like most shopping these days, has moved online, and that poses unique risks, according to a new AARP survey. More than 75% of U.S. consumers reported that they have experienced some kind of fraud and a similar share of consumers failed a 9-ques...read entire article
Nov 10, 2022

Wilmington Attorneys Take Lead On Trump Co. Whistleblower Case

By Johanna F. Still, posted Nov 10, 2022

Two Wilmington-based lawyers are representing a whistleblower client alleging securities violations that are being investigated as crimes tied to former President Donald J. Trump’s company.  Cranfill Sumner LLP lawyers Patrick Mincey and Stephen Bell are lead attorneys in a U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission complaint filed by William Wilkerson, who co ...

Oct 6, 2022

A recession is inevitable, economic experts told a group of business and community leaders in Wilmington on Thursday. Its gravity and duration, however, remain unknown.  At the WilmingtonBiz Conference & Expo Keynote Lunch, “Economic Outlook: Going Places,” experts shared a negative but not quite grim perspective on the months ahead.  Brian ...

Aug 16, 2022

Several Wilmington-area Businesses Land On Inc. 5000 List 

By Johanna F. Still, posted Aug 16, 2022

Multiple Wilmington businesses were included in Inc. Magazine’s annual ranking of the nation’s top 5,000 fastest-growing companies. Released Tuesday, the Inc. 5000 ranks companies in the U.S. based on three years of revenue growth, with this year’s list spanning from 2018 to 2021. Companies must be independent and have generated at least $2 million in ...

Jul 18, 2022

N2 Publishing is shutting down its Wilmington facility completely and moving its print production operations to Texas. The firm's location at 5051 New Centre Drive, which was listed for sale for $5 million, is under contract to an undisclosed buyer, according to company officials. The firm is building a new production facility for about $10 million in Irving, Texas, ...

Apr 20, 2022

Amid inflation and a labor market squeeze driving private and public employers to rev up their pay, Verizon announced it is increasing its minimum wage and offering sign-on bonuses for customer service employees. Prospective customer service employees in the Wilmington area are eligible to receive a $2,500 sign-on bonus for new retail specialists and $3,500 for ass ...

Mar 3, 2022

New Leaders Outline Goals At Power Breakfast 

By Johanna F. Still, posted Mar 3, 2022

Three new leaders – one just days into the job, another two months in, and a third a year in – holding among the most influential positions in the community, gave an update on their roles and visions at Thursday’s Power Breakfast series.  Hosted by the Greater Wilmington Business Journal, the “New Leaders + New Directions” Power Breakf ...

Feb 4, 2022

WHQR's Station Manager To Step Down

By Scott Nunn, posted Feb 4, 2022

WHQR once again is searching for a leader. The Wilmington public radio media outlet announced Wednesday that station manager Kurt Wilson will be leaving Feb. 25. Programming director and Morning Edition local host Ken Campbell – a 30-year veteran of public media – is stepping in as interim station manager.  The nonprofit, listener-supported news and cla ...

Ico insights

INSIGHTS

SPONSORS' CONTENT
2022052 75 142344351

Bridge

Natalie English - Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
Mikeharrington carolinaretreats 2

Fall Vacation Rentals and Rising Cost of Real Estate

Mike Harrington - Carolina Retreats
Brookeskipper saltair headshot2

Improving Indoor Air Quality Requires a Systematic Approach

Brooke Skipper - Salt Air

Trending News

Untappd Taps Out Of Downtown Wilmington Office Building

Cece Nunn - Jan 30, 2023

ILM To Chart Future Path In Forthcoming Report

Miriah Hamrick - Jan 30, 2023

Book On Business

The 2023 WilmingtonBiz: Book on Business is an annual publication showcasing the Wilmington region as a center of business.

Order Your Copy Today!


Galleries

Videos

2022 Power Breakfast: Wilmington's Most Intriguing People - Spence Broadhurst & Hannah Gage
2022 Power Breakfast: Wilmington's Most Intriguing People - George Taylor
2022 Power Breakfast: Wilmington's Most Intriguing People - Mike Ford
2022 Power Breakfast: Wilmington's Most Intriguing People - Meaghan Dennison
2022 Power Breakfast: Wilmington's Most Intriguing People - Rhonda Bellamy