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Catawba County continues to maintain its position as a strong economic region because it excels in providing both new and relocating business and industry with an excellent infrastructure, access to a productive labor force, expansion/location incentives, outstanding technology and training, and proximity to a vast number of suppliers. This region offers businesses the necessary tools to excel in a world-class business environment.

INC. Magazine has twice named the Hickory, North Carolina Metropolitan Statistical Area as one of the top entrepreneurial areas in America in both traditional industries and high-tech which makes relocating to Hickory, North Carolina a wise choice.

* Site Selection magazine has named North Carolina the Best Business Climate in America for the third consecutive year.

* Business North Carolina magazine ranked Hickory/Catawba County as having the second-best business environment of the state's 50 largest communities.

Key factors in building this type of reputation include the area’s unparalleled support of new and small businesses and one of our nation’s best public-private sector partnerships supporting local businesses and industries. If you plan to make a business investment in Catawba County, it will be a sound and profitable choice. This region has a proven portfolio with outstanding returns.

If you're thinking about moving a business, Catawba County has it all – beautiful climate with four seasons that are as distinct as they are mild, challenging places to work, low cost of living, diverse cultures, vast array of recreational opportunities, arts and culture and an unparalleled lifestyle. It is an ideal place to live, work, play, raise a family and retire. We are located in Western part of North Carolina situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Official elevation of the county is 1140 feet. We are one hour east of the Mountains and 4 ½ hours west of the Atlantic Ocean.


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