Incentives & Financing

North Carolina offers an extensive amount of attractive incentives for prospective businesses and industries. For a complete list of North Carolina incentives, click here

Taking on a business always includes a financial undertaking, Columbus County offers unique incentives to promote your business endeavor. 

Consider Columbus County for your location. Businesses and industries receive North Carolina incentives, Columbus County incentives, and Columbus Jobs Foundation incentives. This trifecta of incentives will help your business grow in our conveniently located area. All of Columbus County is considered a federally designated HUB zone as well as entirely contained within Foreign Trade Zone 214.

Financing options are made possible through many banks serving our area. Below is a list of banks within Columbus County. 

Columbus County supports a large network of business leaders and innovators 

The Columbus Jobs Foundation recently celebrated young professionals and business owners in the area. Columbus County offers a network of leaders and innovators in our community. The Foundation works with county government to create local incentive packages for new business and industry. It has a revolving loan fund for start-ups.

The Columbus Jobs Foundation recently celebrated young professionals and business owners in the area. Columbus County offers a network of leaders and innovators in our community. The Foundation works with county government to create local incentive packages for new business and industry. It has a revolving loan fund for start-ups.

 

For more information about the Columbus Jobs Foundation, click here. 

To hear about county incentives offered, contact our office through our contact us page. 

If Columbus County sounds like the right fit for you, reach out to us. We will happily discuss the incentives we offer. 

 
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With the exception of branch banks, BB&T will consolidate all of its local operations into a single 100,000 square foot building in the block bounded by Lee Street, West Columbus Street, Powell Boulevard and Phillips Street in Whiteville. The eighth largest financial institution in the nation is investing $20 million in Columbus County.

With the exception of branch banks, BB&T will consolidate all of its local operations into a single 100,000 square foot building in the block bounded by Lee Street, West Columbus Street, Powell Boulevard and Phillips Street in Whiteville. The eighth largest financial institution in the nation is investing $20 million in Columbus County.