Dr. Mike Walden is a masterful teacher, writer, and researcher, as well as a seasoned public speaker who has appeared on NBC, CBS, and PBS.
Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce News
When Green Opportunities (GO) first hired Joseph “J” Hackett to be their next Student Development Director, J was finishing up time in federal custody.
First Bank’s roots run deep in North Carolina.
ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Dr. Bill Chambers, transforming smiles and jump shots across WNC
On the basketball court, Dr. Bill Chambers lived and followed the UNC philosophy to play smart, play hard, and play together.
ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WNC needs more apprenticeship programs. Here’s why your company should consider one
As WNC’s unemployment rate continues to plummet and many quality jobs remain vacant, regional leaders are working hard to develop talent and connect employers with the local workforce.
In January, Park Ridge Health will change its name to AdventHealth.
Fifteen years ago, after a lifetime’s work in the dental field, Bev and Myron Gottfried embarked on a brand-new dream, one much closer to home.
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung once said that we meet our destiny on the road we take to avoid it– and that only by leaning into our own discomforts can we make the most of our strengths.
Congrats to Benjamin Hamrick of Johnson Price Sprinkle for winning the prestigious CPA Pinnacle Award.
ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: East Fork Pottery: How a small, rural ceramics studio grew into a factory
Since Alex Matisse founded his small ceramics studio in rural Madison County, much has changed.
As the largest business organization in WNC, we are dedicated to serving as a voice for business and advocating to create a business-friendly environment.
This week, Congressman Patrick McHenry (R-10) visited our Board of Directors meeting to share a pivotal business opportunity that has emerged from the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
Gaia Herbs, the leading herbal company in the US, is expanding in WNC with a new facility.
In 1989, Clark Duncan moved to North Carolina to attend Wake Forest University, and fell in love with both the state and his wife Sumner, a Reynolds High School graduate.
Park Ridge Health is pleased to announce new grants and staff members.
Avadim Technologies is pleased to announce record-breaking net revenue results.
ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Asheville Chamber Launches State of Our Workforce: Western NC Analysis
Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce today launched a regional analysis to study workforce and employment challenges in Madison, Yancey, Haywood, Buncombe, McDowell, Jackson, Transylvania, Henderson, Polk and Rutherford counties.
Congratulations to Dancing Bear Toys, Avadim Technologies, Mars Hill University, and Mission Health Primary Care on your recent accolades, and to Park Ridge Health on your esteemed new hires.
Last month, the French Broad River Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) voted 15-3 to cascade funding on Section A, the third and final segment of the I-26 Connector project that seeks to redesign and widen I-240 west of the French Broad River through West Asheville.
For employees and business owners alike, health insurance plays an important role in cultivating company prosperity and a better quality of life.