The Piedmont Triad Partnership and the 13 local Economic Development organizations in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina have developed a new management structure for the regional marketing program. The Piedmont Triad Economic Developers Council has been established as an LLC, with its own board comprised of the local economic development offices, with Terry Bralley, President of the of Davie County Economic Development Commission, as their chairperson. “The new structure gives all of the Economic Development offices a hand in developing a program of work to advance external marketing and prospect development for everyone in the region,” explained Bralley.
The Piedmont Triad ~ a Powerful Regional Brand, Recognized by Domestic and International Growth-Oriented Businesses.
The Piedmont Triad is a dynamic region of more than 1.5 million residents and a labor force of approximately 820,000 workers. Geographically, the Piedmont Triad consists of twelve central North Carolina counties, including: Alamance County, Caswell County, Davidson County, Davie County, Forsyth County, Guilford County, Montgomery County, Randolph County, Rockingham County, Stokes County, Surry County and Yadkin County. The largest cities in the region are Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point.
Piedmont Triad Partnership ~ One of America’s Leading Economic Development Organizations
The Piedmont Triad Partnership (PTP) is the regional Economic Development agency responsible for marketing the North Carolina Piedmont Triad to the world. An award-winning economic development agency founded in 1991, PTP grew out of efforts by a group of Piedmont Triad leaders who believed regional cooperation and collaboration were critical to the region’s future prosperity.
in 2008 Site Selection magazine, a highly respected publication covering the global corporate real estate industry, named the Piedmont Triad Partnership to its list of Top 10 North American Economic Development Organizations for the third consecutive year.
“Within the Tar Heel state, no region has fared better than the Piedmont Triad,” the magazine’s editors wrote. “[The] region has established itself as the most competitive location in the most competitive state in America.”