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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.
Ryan Combs, the head of the Research Triangle Regional Partnership, is unequivocal in his beliefs about the landing of an auto manufacturing plant - long sought by economic development leaders - for North Carolina. He also says tax incentives must still be offered to win more projects and that there's plenty of room for growth in the area.
The Research Triangle region is attracting capital, retaining and attracting talent, and those factors, among other cost-of-living considerations, poise the region for continued economic growth, according to speakers presenting at the RTRP 2021 State of the Region event.
Ashley Cagle, Assistant Executive Director of Wake County Economic Development, and Ryan Combs, Executive Director or the Research Triangle Regional Partnership, have been named to the top 50 economic developers of 2021.
Perhaps no region in the United States was more prepared to fight coronavirus than our state’s Research Triangle Region. Ryan Combs, Research Triangle Regional Partnership, explains why.
The regional economic development organization in central North Carolina now includes 12 counties.
The RTRP’s annual State of the Region brings together business, government and community leaders to celebrate what makes our region great as well as discuss how we can become more competitive. This year’s event on May 23 will highlight the opportunities that ag tech is bringing to the Triangle Region.
This week, the Research Triangle Regional Partnership is hosting its 23rd annual State of the Region conference, centered around the Triangle's growing AgTech cluster.
Several events have been announced across North Carolina for the month of May. Here’s a guide.
The annual State of the Region address was held today at Meymandi Hall in downtown Raleigh.