Wake County Economic Development (WCED) is the primary economic development organization for Wake County, providing economic development support for its 12 municipalities. As a program of the Raleigh Chamber, the organization proactively creates an environment in which Wake County can grow and thrive, resulting in new jobs and capital investment.
WCED accomplishes its mission through business recruitment, retention and expansion; marketing and public relations; talent recruitment and retention; and support of entrepreneurship.
Each year, Wake County Economic Development, with valuable input from private sector EDGE partners and public sector partners, creates a program of work and a set of Key Performance Indicators. The program of work allows WCED to align efforts and resources to address economic development opportunities. The KPIs allow WCED to better track and understand the impact of our economic development efforts. Our KIPs for FY 2021-2022 were organized into five pillars.
Our annual report provides an overview into the progress and successes across all five pillars. Highlights include 4,000+ jobs and $44 million in investments across wake county, the relaunch of Work In The Triangle and a return to travel to meet with site selection consultants and industry partners across the country.
You can review the 2021-2022 by clicking this link, or the image below.
We’re looking forward to another successful year!