Economic Development

2020 Census Made Easy

Looking for Commercial Real Estate? Reach out to the following:

"Kernersville’s growth management planning has led to a diverse economic base of manufacturing, logistics, medical, retail, and financial services. The growth in those segments of the economy has promoted construction of a variety of housing to fill the demand of the workforce moving to Kernersville. The diverse economic base has also allowed the Town of Kernersville to invest in the infrastructure, parks, downtown, and emergency services to maintain its quality of life.”

Jeff Hatling, AICP, Community Development Director.

Economic Development – NC Census 2016

NC Works Online – NC Works is a one-stop online resource for job seekers and employers in North Carolina. Job seekers can search for jobs, create resumes, and find education and training. Employers can find candidates, post jobs, and search labor market information.

Forsyth Tech Small Business Center – The objective of the Small Business Center Network is to help small businesses succeed by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing business owners. The Center’s experienced staff, counselors and facilitators can provide reliable information, solid advice, one-on-one counseling, business community/connections and training. – Please visit the North Carolina Department of Transportation for more information on how the NCDOT makes our transportation network safer, provides great customer service, delivers and maintains our infrastructure effectively and efficiently, improves the reliability and connectivity of the transportation system, promotes economic growth through better use of our infrastructure, and makes our organization a great place to work. – The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) is a unit of local government created in 1997 to enhance all forms of transportation in the Piedmont Triad Region. Governed by representatives from 10 member counties, four Metropolitan Planning Organizations, the Triad’s four largest cities (Burlington, High Point, Greensboro, and Winston-Salem), two regional airports, and the NCDOT Board of Transportation, our work is part of a larger statewide effort to improve transportation systems in North Carolina. Working with our partners, we strive to enhance mobility, address congestion, and reduce transportation related impacts on our air quality.

BBB of Northwest North Carolina – Your BBB of Northwest NC has served since 1959 to advance trust in the marketplace. We strive to distinguish businesses that work with integrity, to inform consumers about suspicious companies and business practices and to resolve complaints in a fair and just manner.

North Carolina Chamber of Commerce – The North Carolina Chamber is a nonpartisan business advocacy organization that works to proactively drive positive change to ensure that North Carolina is a leading place in the world to do business. Through an engaged business community, the North Carolina Chamber has established a three-tiered strategy to drive North Carolina’s Jobs Agenda. The North Carolina Chamber Foundation envisions a long-term strategy for economic prosperity, the North Carolina Chamber advocates for the policies that move the state forward and the North Carolina Chamber Political Program analyzes and shapes the political landscape to make change possible. Together we are securing North Carolina’s future.