An Economic Development Strategic Plan for Mitchell County, NC.
In 2013, the North Carolina Economic Development
Board began work on a 10-year strategic plan
for economic development growth and activities
designed to refocus the state's efforts to create more
jobs for North Carolina citizens.
The Board sought
input for the plan through a listening tour around
the state and surveys. The North Carolina Jobs Plan,
adopted in January of 2014, contains the Economic
Development Board's recommended strategies for
economic growth for 2014 through 2024,
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Arts, Industry, and Agriculture.
Whether you plan to work from home or in a building downtown, you will have access to affordable high-speed internet.
You will join ever growing communities of artists and craftspeople, knowledgable workers, alternative agricultural enterprises,
service and health care providers, and other small business owners. You will find people to
support your dreams and innovations.
The mission of the Mitchell County Economic Development Commission is to provide a unified economic development program that will
encourage and promote the establishment, development, and retention of industrial, commercial, residential, and retail businesses in Mitchell County.