As the state with the fourth largest military footprint, it is no secret that North Carolina places immense value on the dollars that the military brings to the economy annually. State agencies and private groups have worked to prioritize efforts to ensure that the military’s economic importance continues to rise. With strategic approaches in place to achieve an influx of money to the defense sector, the state looks to the horizon of how that growth is sure to affect the future of business relations with the military.
Paul Friday, the Executive Director of the Defense Alliance of North Carolina, was one of several stakeholders interviewed by Business NC to dive deeper into this idea.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
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