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Existing Industry

Major Employers

Alamance County boasts an impressive roster of companies across a diverse range of industries, including manufacturing, medical testing, distribution and consumer goods. Want more information? Download the infographic on local Workforce & Training.

Alamance Burlington School System 3,500
LabCorp of America 3,000
Cone Health Alamance Regional 2,000
Elon University 1,500
Wal-Mart Stores 1,200
City of Burlington 1,100
Alamance County 950
Honda Power Equipment 850
GKN Driveline 800
Alamance Community College 650

Support

Outreach and Research Resources
The Chamber understands that the economic growth and vitality of the community is largely dependent on its existing industries. A component of our economic development services focuses on existing industry support and outreach. We are pleased that you are doing businesses in the community and want to help you continue to grow and thrive in Alamance County.

Meetings with Industries
Chamber staff schedule both reactive and proactive visits with local industries to discuss their business, challenges or issues they are facing, growth opportunities and the opportunity to assist, supply chain connections, expansion or layoffs, training assistance, workforce, and other areas the company may need assistance.  If you are interested in a meeting, contact Andrea Fleming, Director, Existing Industry Services at andrea@alamancechamber.com.

Research Support
The Chamber has a variety of research resources available, particularly around labor and wage information, demographics, and available sites and buildings. Trying to track down a figure or demographic analysis? Contact Julia Huneycutt, Economic Development Associate, at julia@alamancechamber.com to determine if the Chamber can assist with your research inquiry.

Workforce Council
The Alamance Chamber Workforce Council provides a forum for local companies, educational institutions, and workforce development resources to address business-driven issues surrounding local and regional workforce development. Click here to learn more about the Workforce Council.

Business Resource Guide
The Chamber has compiled an extensive guide for companies both already operating in Alamance County, and those considering starting or moving their business to the County. The guide contains information on business consulting, environmental resources, export assistance, financing, incentives, logistics, military connections, tax credits and exemptions, and workforce, training and human resources. Click the button below to download a copy of the Business Resource Guide.

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