In response to the unique economic challenges of COVID-19, a consortium of public, private, and nonprofit partners have come together and launched an innovative recovery-lending program to help support entrepreneurs like you and stabilize North Carolina’s small business sector.Learn More
Today the Gaston County Economic Development Commission is providing the following information links so that you may be able to quickly and effectively list your business as being an essential business to combat the COVID 19 Virus.Learn More
Cherryville could soon have another tool - nearly 100 acres fit for a business park - to entice new ventures to town following action last week by the Gaston County Board of Commissioners.Learn More
October 18, 2019: The Gaston County Economic Development Commission is pleased to announce that Kindred Rolling Doors plans to establish their plant in Gastonia. Located at 1931 Jordache Court, a 30,000 square foot facility in the Delta Business Park. The total investment is expected to be about $1.5 million and 11 number of new jobs are to be created.
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The doors are officially open at the largest office development in Gaston County history. On Thursday, phones were ringing in the customer call center and the smell of shrimp from a low-country boil in the commissary wafted through the air during the ribbon cutting of the new Sonic Automotive and EchoPark Automotive Guest Experience Center in Lowell.Learn More
Gaston County has emerged as a location of choice for advanced manufacturing facilities. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has accounted for twenty of the forty-one most recent economic development projects of the Gaston County EDC. This includes existing industry expansions and new locations. Over $370 million has been invested along with the creation of over 1,000 new jobs which have consistently paid more than the County’s average annual wage for that year.Learn More