Wake County targets specific clusters, which are interconnected businesses that support organizations in a specific industry. Back in 2002, for example, based on research from the Wake County Economic Development team, the Triangle contained 20 medical device companies. As of 2014, that number has increased to more than 100 with more start-ups, new companies moving to the area, and more of our existing companies evolving and developing new technologies for medical applications.
Specifically in Cary, clusters include Information Technology, Software, Smart Grid Technology, Biomedical, Nanotechnology and other technology industries based on Cary’s proximity to Research Triangle Park.
Cary is one of the most attractive areas for those looking for jobs in information technology, and is home to worldwide leaders in the sector. From data analytics to digital systems inegration, Cary contains a wide array of IT companies.
Smart Grid Technology
The Town of Cary and the Research Triangle Region as a whole are committed to developing cleaner, more efficient forms of technology. Below are some links and resources regarding information about cleantech initiatives in the area.
Cary is home to a host of different companies that are dediacated to improving human life. Covering a wide range of sectors, from cancer care to agricultural biotechnology, these companies are vital to the region and the country as a whole.