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Since the launch of North Carolina Vision 2030, the NC Chamber Foundation has been leading initiatives to provide solutions-oriented policy recommendations and to track North Carolina’s progress. The results are measurable. Learn more in these reports released by the NC Chamber Foundation.

Turning Conversations into Action: Health Care Value

December 2019 | Download [PDF]

Stakeholders along the health care supply chain gathered at the NC Chamber’s 2019 Health Care Conference to discuss health care transformation, major initiatives under way in the state, examples of employer-based strategies, and recommendations for employers. This report highlights important changes in progress and actionable steps companies can take to help make North Carolina a top-ten state for health and health care value.


2019 Competitiveness Redbook

December 2018 | Download [PDF]

An annual index that provides readers with a data-driven guide to North Carolina’s economic health by comparing the state to the rest of the country in a variety of key indicators.


2018 Competitiveness Redbook

December 2017 | Download [PDF]

An annual index that provides readers with a data-driven guide to North Carolina’s economic health by comparing the state to the rest of the country in a variety of key indicators.


North Carolina Vision 2030 Progress Assessment

Fall 2017 | Download [PDF]

For the first time in 2017, North Carolina Vision 2030 Progress Assessment provides an update on each metric outlined in North Carolina Vision 2030. This piece demonstrates where our state stood when Vision 2030 was launched and provides an update on where North Carolina stands today.


2017 Competitiveness Redbook

December 2016 | Download [PDF]

An annual index that provides readers with a data-driven guide to North Carolina’s economic health by comparing the state to the rest of the country in a variety of key indicators.


2016 Competitiveness Redbook

December 2015 | Download [PDF]

An annual index that provides readers with a data-driven guide to North Carolina’s economic health by comparing the state to the rest of the country in a variety of key indicators.