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Organizations will spend nearly $1 billion on the “Future of Work” (FoW) in 2023. Hear what local investor Stephanie Nieman thinks this opportunity could mean for startups.
The future of work in the Triangle is still being formed by the relationship employees are seeking with their employers—and the region's economic growth. Here's a recap of TechWire's exclusive series about the "Future of Work."
On today's WRAL TechWire LinkedIn Live broadcast, Jason Parker and Brett Cox discussed the role of the labor market in the Future of Work across the Triangle.
Ryan Combs, the executive director of the Research Triangle Regional Partnership, shares why it’s an exciting time to live and work in the Triangle.
The future of the Triangle will build on the successes of Research Triangle Park - and the continued growth of the region - says Scott Levitan.
The "Future of Work" series concludes this week as WRAL TechWire looks again at the future of work and the future of the Triangle region.
The WRAL TechWire series, Future of Work, concludes this week, with one final LinkedIn Live broadcast on the future of the Triangle's talent market and economy.
What's the Future of Work look like for new, emerging, and growth-stage companies in the Triangle's life science sector? It may look like this.
Life science is a booming industry sector, and the Triangle is strong in biomanufacturing. Plus, gene therapy companies are on the rise. What's next?
Statistically, there's no available life science or lab space available in the Triangle, an executive told WRAL TechWire for the Future of Work series.
There are four factors that life science and biopharma companies are considering when making decisions about where to build or expand facilities.
The Triangle's strength in biopharmaceutical manufacturing is a great strength for the region's economy. But it's also a weakness, one executive says.
The WRAL TechWire Future of Work series continues next week, with an in-depth look at the life science sector. Here's what to expect.
Earlier today, WRAL TechWire reporter Jason Parker led a "Future of Work" LinkedIn Live session on the industrial sector of the commercial real estate market.
This week, the WRAL TechWire Future of Work series looks at the state of the Triangle's industrial commercial market, where there's a race for space.
The race for space is highly competitive in one sector of the commercial real estate market: industrial. We investigate in our "Future of Work" series.
With consumer adoption of e-commerce accelerating following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, so too did the race for industrial space.
WRAL TechWire reporter Jason Parker will host a Future of Work LinkedIn Live broadcast on May 10 at 11 a.m. The topic? The race for industrial space.
The Future of Work will be impacted by whether consumer behavior remains changed due to a shift toward ecommerce following the onset of the pandemic.
WRAL TechWire reporter Jason Parker spoke with JLL executive Matt Winters on LinkedIn Live as a part of the Future of Work series. Here's the recap.
In this in-depth Q&A, WRAL TechWire delves into land development and why investors are expanding their view from the center of the Triangle to the rest of it.
This week, the WRAL TechWire Future of Work series looks at land demand and land development in the greater Triangle region. Meet Matt Winters, an executive vice president at JLL. Matt focuses his real estate practice on advising end users with their facilities needs and long term strategy.
Join WRAL TechWire reporter Jason Parker and the commercial real estate broker who represents the owners of Triangle Innovation Point on LinkedIn Live tomorrow.
There's an insatiable demand for land in the Triangle. In this special report on the Future of Work, WRAL TechWire tracks land development.