Business & Industry Resources
Harnett County Economic Development works closely with state and local partners to support business development in our communities. As the economic development organization for Harnett County, our team is here to help existing and emerging industries grow.
Partners at the state level include the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) and the North Carolina Department of Commerce. Both organizations are committed to providing the tools that your business needs to succeed.
Start/Grow Your Business
Are you ready to transform your business dream into a reality? If so, there’s a lot to consider. These organizations are here to provide a wide range of resources, tools, and support to help you each step of the way:
- Central Carolina Community College's Harnett County Small Business Center
- Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC)
- Small Business and Technology Development (SBTDC)
North Carolina Incentives
Each project is different and local incentives are available depending on the scope and needs of your projects. Contact Angie Stewart, Harnett County’s Interim Director of Economic Development/Economic Developer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (910) 893-6893 to get started.
Workforce & Education
When relocating or expanding your business, attracting and retaining a qualified workforce is key. Harnett County Economic Development can help connect you to the right education and workforce development organizations.
Workforce Development & Training Centers:
- Customized Industry Training at Central Carolina Community College (CCCC)
- The E. Eugene Moore Manufacturing and Biotech Solutions Center
- NC State Industry Expansion Solutions
In Harnett County, we are dedicated to preparing students of all ages for work in a variety of professions. Locally, Central Carolina Community College, offers customized training as well as a variety of associate degree, certificate, and college transfer programs.
Learn more about our local education partners here.