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Scott Johnson

Chairman, Cape Fear Economic Development Council (CFEDC)
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Scott Johnson has been with Marriott International Corporate Headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, for 12 years and currently works in the Global Communications and Public Affairs Department. Before joining Marriott, Johnson was the  

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Economic Development
Sep 15, 2016

The Economic Power Of Preservation And Innovation

Residents and businesses in southeastern N.C. know what a great place this is to live, work, learn and play. Much of what makes our region so special is the natural environment we share - clean and pr ...

Economic Development
Sep 1, 2016

A Fork In The Road

If You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take it - Yogi Berra New Hanover County Commissioners have reached a crossroads. They can either send a clear statement that they are proud to preserve our wonder ...

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Aug 15, 2016

Elevating The Brand Value Of Our Region

The right type of business or industry and its location are central to attracting workforce talent, customers and capital. So what are the drivers that attract businesses, residents and visitors to th ...

Economic Development
Aug 1, 2016

Our Natural Environment Is The Tie That Binds Economic Growth

At last week's Cape Fear Economic Development Council Presents event, “How Do We Go From Good to Great,” Patricia Mitchell, Ph.D., recognized that economic development is no longer abo ...

Economic Development
Jul 15, 2016

Economic Development Is More Than Just Growth

Cities and towns recognize the need to pursue economic growth and adopt policies and programs, including incentives, that are designed to enhance economic development opportunities. Most residents und ...

Economic Development
Jul 1, 2016

Cape Fear Economic Development Council: A Shared Vision For The Greater Wilmington Region

The Cape Fear Economic Development Council (CFEDC) is a nonprofit 501c3 based in Wilmington. For the last eight years we have explored new concepts for addressing our region’s economic growth st ...

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