N.C. Department of Commerce   NCEDA Mid Winter Conference    NCEDA Mid‐Winter Conference             Update            Dal...
2010 Sales ResultsProjects Assigned             436Projects Announced            155Jobs Announced                17,360  ...
2009 vs. 2010                 9Projects Assigned   j        i   d      2%   (429 v. 436)                            (     ...
2010 Projects Assigned               j         g436 Projects Assigned               5%                                    ...
Top 5 Sources for 2010 Projects1.    39%         Local/County Developer                                  (138)2.    23%   ...
2010 Projects Announced155 Projects Announced    P j t  A         d                                   7%• 60 New          ...
2010 Jobs Announced17,360 Jobs Announced    6  J b  A       d               8%• 5,502 New                              10%...
Top 10 Announcements by Jobs Company              New/Exp     # of Jobs   Primary         County                          ...
2010 Jobs Retained4,180 Jobs Retained4 180 Jobs Retained• 2,362 Retention/Expansion• 1,818  Consolidation Expansion       ...
2010 Investment Announced$ 3.9 B Investment Announced$ 3 9 B Investment Announced• $2.4 B  New                            ...
Top 10 Announcements by Investment  p                   yCompany               New/Exp     Investment     Primary Activity...
2010 International Projects Announced                      j 44 44 Projects Announced       j • 28% of Total Projects Anno...
2010 International Projects Announced               44 International Projects Announced   Austria                    4    ...
2010 Port and Rail Service Requests                                           8 projects assigned in 2010                 ...
2010 Building Square Footage Requests by                Primary Activity 20 18                                            ...
2010 Site Acreage Requests by Primary                      Activity 12 10  8                                              ...
2010 Existing Industries Visited            g                       1,724 Existing Industries Visited  250                ...
2010 Existing Industry Referrals Made                                   Co                                 Community Colle...
2010 Existing Industry Top Challenges                         4%           Developing New Markets                    4%   ...
2010 Total B&I Announced Projects                                    20
2001 to 2010        Business & Industry Sales History          i     & d        S l    iYearY            Assignments      ...
2011 Sales GoalsProjects Assigned             435Projects Announced            150Jobs Retained                 4,180     ...
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act   Examples from N.C. Commerce Divisions• Community Development Block Grant Recovery...
Status of Reorganization at                     g            N.C. Commerce• Merger of N.C. Commerce & ESC pending at   Exe...
Governor Beverly Perdue, Commerce  Secretary Keith Crisco and Deputy  Commerce Secretary Dale Carroll    wish to thank NCE...
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Deputy Sec. Dale Caroll's Presentation at the 2011 NCEDA Midwinter Conference

  1. 1. N.C. Department of Commerce NCEDA Mid Winter Conference  NCEDA Mid‐Winter Conference  Update Dale B. Carroll Deputy Commerce Secretary/COO p y y March 4, 2011
  2. 2. 2010 Sales ResultsProjects Assigned 436Projects Announced  155Jobs Announced 17,360 7,3Jobs Retained 4,160Investment Announced $3.9 B $3 9 BExisting Industries Visited 1,724 2
  3. 3. 2009 vs. 2010  9Projects Assigned j i d 2% (429 v. 436) ( 6)Projects Announced  5% (148 v. 155) (148 v  155)Jobs Announced 3% (16,840 v.  17,360) (16 840 v   17 360)Investment Announced 37% ($ 2.9B v. $ 3.9B) 3
  4. 4. 2010 Projects Assigned j g436 Projects Assigned 5% 4% 1% % New• 270 New Expansion• 166 Expansion‐Related 166 Expansion Related Retention/Expansion 28% 62% Consolidation  Expansion Retention & No Jobs  or InvestmentNew Assignments 62%Expansion‐Related Assignments 38%104% of 420 Assignment Goal 4
  5. 5. Top 5 Sources for 2010 Projects1. 39%   Local/County Developer (138)2. 23% Direct Call from Company  (101)3.3 16% Site Selection Consultant  (71)4. 6% Regional Partnership  (26)5.5 5% Foreign Offices (20)Sample of Primary Sources for the 436 Projects Assigned in 2010, Totals will not equal 100% 5
  6. 6. 2010 Projects Announced155 Projects Announced  P j t  A d 7%• 60 New 8% Expansion• 95 Expansion‐Related New 46% Retention/Expansion 39% Consolidation  ExpansionNew Announcements 39%  39Expansion‐Related Announcements 61%103% of 150 Announcement Goal 6
  7. 7. 2010 Jobs Announced17,360 Jobs Announced 6  J b  A d 8%• 5,502 New 10% Expansion• 11,858 Expansion‐Related p New  50% Consolidation Expansion 32% Retention/ExpansionNew Jobs Announced 32%  e Jobs ou ced 3Expansion‐Related Jobs Announced 68%101% of 17,200 Jobs Announced Goal 7
  8. 8. Top 10 Announcements by Jobs Company New/Exp # of Jobs Primary County Activity Siemens Expansion p 825 5 Manufacturing g Mecklenburg g IBM Corporation Expansion 600 Service/Sales Durham Reser’s Fine Foods Expansion 500 Manufacturing Halifax Pierre Foods Expansion 500 Manufacturing Catawba Hewitt &  Expansion 463 Service/Sales Mecklenburg Associates American Red  New 440 Service/Sales Mecklenburg Cross Fountain Power  Expansion 411 Manufacturing Beaufort Boat Industries Sonopress LLC Expansion 408 Manufacturing Buncombe Caterpillar New 392 Manufacturing Forsyth Hatteras Yachts  New 350  Manufacturing Craven Inc 8
  9. 9. 2010 Jobs Retained4,180 Jobs Retained4 180 Jobs Retained• 2,362 Retention/Expansion• 1,818  Consolidation Expansion Retention/Expansion 43% 57% Consolidation  Expansion 9
  10. 10. 2010 Investment Announced$ 3.9 B Investment Announced$ 3 9 B Investment Announced• $2.4 B  New 3% 1%• $1.56 B Expansion‐Related New Expansion 35% Retention/Expansion 61% Consolidation  ExpansionNew Investment Announced 61%Expansion‐Related Investment Announced 39%108% of $3.7 B Investment Announced Goal 3 10
  11. 11. Top 10 Announcements by Investment p yCompany New/Exp Investment Primary Activity CountyFacebook New $462,800,000 Data Center RutherfordAmerican Express New $460,000,000 Data Center GuilfordCaterpillar p New $426,000,000 , , Manufacturing g Forsyth yClearwater Paper New $260,000,000 Manufacturing ClevelandCertain Teed Gypsum New $160,000,000 Manufacturing PersonMalt‐O‐Meal New $135,000,000 Manufacturing RandolphCree, Inc. Expansion $135,000,000 Manufacturing DurhamSiemens Energy gy Expansion p $ 35, $135,000,000 , Manufacturing g Mecklenburg gNovo Nordisk  New $131,400,000 Assembly JohnstonPharmaceuticalHydac Technology  New $96,000,000 Manufacturing Mecklenburg 11
  12. 12. 2010 International Projects Announced j 44 44 Projects Announced j • 28% of Total Projects Announced $944 M Investment Announced • 24% of Total Investment Announced 4,221 Jobs Announced • 24% of Total Jobs Announced 12
  13. 13. 2010 International Projects Announced 44 International Projects Announced Austria 4 Israel 1 Belgium 1 Italy 2 Bermuda 1 Japan 5 British Virgin Islands 1 Malaysia 1 Canada 7 Sweden 1 Czech Republic 1 Switzerland 3 Denmark 1 Taiwan 1 Germany   8 United Kingdom  4 France  2 13
  14. 14. 2010 Port and Rail Service Requests 8 projects assigned in 2010  requested port service 14 projects assigned in 2010  4p j g requested rail serviceBased on projects assigned in 2010 14
  15. 15. 2010 Building Square Footage Requests by  Primary Activity 20 18 1 1 16 14 2 1 12 1 2 2 Assembly 1 1 10 1 13 Corp HQ Relocation 1 5 Data Center 8 2 10 7 Manufacutring g 6 9 3 R&D 2 4 1 7 4 Service/Sales 1 7 2 2 2 3 1 3 Warehouse/Distribution 4 4 4 2 1 2 3 3 3 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1Based on projects assigned in 2010 15
  16. 16. 2010 Site Acreage Requests by Primary  Activity 12 10 8 Assembly A bl 1 Corp HQ Relocation 6 10 Data Center 1 Manufacutring c g 4 R&D 7 3 2 Service/Sales 2 4 4 2 Warehouse/Distribution 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0Based on projects assigned in 2010 16
  17. 17. 2010 Existing Industries Visited g 1,724 Existing Industries Visited 250 191 200 166 172 149 153 157 133 144 150 121 125 113 100 100 50 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 72% of 2,400 Existing Industries Visited Goal 17
  18. 18. 2010 Existing Industry Referrals Made   Co Community Colleges y Co ege 5% 1% 8% SBTDC 27% International Trade Division 16% NC Military Business Center Universities Department of Environment and  p 17% Natural Resources 26% Department of Transportation 18
  19. 19. 2010 Existing Industry Top Challenges 4% Developing New Markets 4% 5% Withstanding State and Local  Economy 28% Recruiting, Screening and  6% Training Identifying Financing Options 8% Working Capital Dealing with Rising Utility Costs 9% Absorbing Rising Health Costs Finding Suppliers 23% Managing Competition 13% 19
  20. 20. 2010 Total B&I Announced Projects 20
  21. 21. 2001 to 2010  Business & Industry Sales History i & d S l iYearY Assignments A i t Announcements J b A t Jobs Investment I t t2001 478 143 15,718 $3,211,641,5032002 480 122 12,120 $1,200,755,0162003 502 145 10,501 $1,208,697,0002004 459 171 19,476 $2,954,688,5702005 440 203 18,937 $3,070,798,5912006 414 178 22,237 $2,649,239,1802007 391 165 15,927 $3,327,333,0242008 439 144 19,350 $5,099,274,5872009 429 148 16,840 $2,886,335,9042010 436 155 17,360 $3,978,851,765TOTAL 4,468 1,569 168,466 $29,587,615,140 21
  22. 22. 2011 Sales GoalsProjects Assigned 435Projects Announced  150Jobs Retained 4,180 4 180Jobs Announced 17,700Investment Announced $3.9 BTax Base Saved $83 MExisting Industries Visited 1,800 22
  23. 23. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Examples from N.C. Commerce Divisions• Community Development Block Grant Recovery (CDBG R)  – 41,331 linear ft of infrastructure (water, sewer, streets)• Recovery Zone Bonds  $1 billion allocated; $800 million  Recovery Zone Bonds – utilized• Appliance Rebate Program – $9.5 million allocated for  g rebates; over 4,900 energy efficient appliances purchased• JobsNOW “12 in 6” Program – From August 2009 to  January 2011 18,994 citizens have received training January 2011 18 994 citizens have received training
  24. 24. Status of Reorganization at  g N.C. Commerce• Merger of N.C. Commerce & ESC pending at  Executive Branch & NC General Assembly• State Energy Office & Weatherization Assistance  Program fully implemented within N.C. Commerce• Commissioner of Small Business fully implemented  f ll f ll l d at N.C. Commerce• B&I Di i i  & BLNC Di i i   B&I Division & BLNC Division reorganizations  i ti   complete
  25. 25. Governor Beverly Perdue, Commerce  Secretary Keith Crisco and Deputy  Commerce Secretary Dale Carroll  wish to thank NCEDA and it’s  members for your support of  economic development.
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