Charlotte Regional Business Alliance
Our investors are happy to tell us why they invest in the Charlotte Region
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The CLT Alliance is fortunate to have an engaged and diverse investor community. But don’t take it from us, hear from them about how investing in the CLT Alliance has benefited their businesses.
Chris Moxley, Co-Owner of the 704 Shop tells viewers why they invest in the Charlotte Region.
"Bringing folks together from all walks of big business, small business entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial nonprofit to solve problems and bring the community together. I don't feel like there's another outfit in town that's really doing it in the way that the Alliance is doing it."
Ranjay Sarda, senior manager business development and sales discusses why Acara Solutions invests with CLT Alliance.
"There are so many small and medium enterprise companies, companies like a 20 person company and Alliance provides them a voice."
Reginald Henderson, senior vice president of talent management at Lowe's, tells us why they invest in the Charlotte Region.
"The Alliance was instrumental in that in providing us data that helped us make the clear case on saying why. And with that data we figured out Charlotte is the best place for us to grow."
Rebecca Herron, office and industrial broker for MPV Properties tells us why the commercial real estate company invest in the Charlotte Region.
"Being a part of an organization like the Alliance allows you to get your voice heard and allows you to be a part of making the decisions that are really important to the region and for smart growth, not just any growth, but really smart growth."
Perkins & Will
Irene Vogelsong, associate principal, interior design director, shares why Perkins & Will invests in the Charlotte Region.
"The Alliance provides tremendous value in our region. We need that convener to get behind the region, promote the region and look for opportunities for all."
Chris Manley, partner and sales director at Skookum, shares why the digital strategy and software developer invest in the Charlotte Region.
"The Alliance is bringing more and more companies and retaining those companies into Charlotte, it creates more opportunities, those opportunities, allow people to pursue their passions and be fulfilled."
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When asked about her leadership talent, she said her response “is always the same, ‘In 2006, I became a member of the Charlotte Regional Business Alliance, which taught me how to be a leader. My company is simply the beneficiary of those lessons
Before I was an investor, I was a participant in the Alliance’s Emerging Business Leaders (EBL) Program. My EBL experience changed the way I think about leadership, community impact, and inspired me to establish a needs-based scholarship at UNC Charlotte. The connections I’ve made through the Alliance are unparalleled. Today, 704 Shop invests in the Alliance because we believe in its mission and wish to be a part of creating for the region the most vibrant and innovative economy in the country.
The Charlotte Regional Business Alliance was formed to support the growth of this dynamic region. It is an honor to serve with Janet LaBar the first CEO of the Alliance and her team. Investing in the Alliance is an easy decision under Janet’s visionary leadership that fully embraces the Alliance’s mission to enthusiastically collaborate to promote and advance the Charlotte region, creating opportunity, economic growth and prosperity for all
The Alliance was instrumental in that in providing us data that helped us make the clear case on saying why. And with that data we figured out Charlotte is the best place for us to grow.
There are so many small and medium enterprise companies, companies like a 20 people company and Alliance provides them a voice.