The Economic Development Office works with partner Greensboro Chamber of Commerce to promote Greensboro as a place to locate and grow your business. Economic development also helps coordinate available properties for redevelopment or development and determines if any City incentives are available.
Available Business Incentives
Economic development stays current on the latest local, state and federal tax news and other incentives to keep businesses informed on cost-effective ways to operate in Greensboro. In addition, companies that want to relocate to Greensboro or existing companies that want to expand may be eligible to receive performance-based incentives to do so. Learn more about Greensboro's approach to incentives.
Loans and Other Financial Assistance
The City recognizes the economic and cash flow challenges often experienced by small businesses. Economic development has a long-standing commitment to helping businesses identify financial resources to assist with everything from equipment purchases to working capital.
Before Contacting Economic Development
It’s to the advantage of the business and its respective project to have initial key elements in place such as:
- Business and Project Plan and/or Strategic Development Plan
- Management Team (i.e. business and project principals, investors, strategic financing partners)
- Preliminary Project Timeline
Questions? Ideas? Opportunities? Contact Kathi Dubel at 336-373-4579.