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Determining The 100

By Vicky Janowski, posted Dec 16, 2019
The WilmingtonBiz 100 is a new Greater Wilmington Business Journal initiative to recognize the top 100 Power Players, Influencers, Innovators, Connectors and Rising Stars impacting Southeastern North Carolina’s business landscape.
 
Those included in this year’s inaugural group were announced in October, but on the following pages you can read a little more about why they were picked.
 
Readers sent in names to consider during a nomination process, and the Business Journal’s editorial team selected the WilmingtonBiz 100. We’ll do nominations again next year for the annual issue.
 
To be considered, individuals had to either work or live in the region. Elected officials and individuals at the primary economic development agencies weren’t considered because of their clear influence on business in our region.
 
– Bios compiled by Johanna Cano, Vicky Janowski, Cece Nunn and Christina Haley O'Neal
 


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