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Conveniently located on the east coast halfway between New York and Florida, Greater Raleigh’s 12 communities offer all the benefits of a big city. From a thriving economy to a booming tech scene, and one of the most educated populations in the country, Raleigh is the perfect spot to launch a business or join an established leader. Innovative ideas flourish every day in this community not afraid to take chances.

The region’s diverse population hails from around the globe and enjoys a rich culture of food and entertainment. And while Raleigh offers its own vibrant outdoor scene, the capital city also boasts easy year-round access to the highest mountain peaks in the Eastern U.S. and the most pristine beaches along the Atlantic.

 

We are a city built by thinkers and doers looking to make a difference. A community with big-city hustle without the hassle. A home that is welcoming and open. A culture that is kind, a life that is just easier.

 

Drop by Booth 239 at South by Southwest! We would love to meet you, plus you can enter to win a trip to Raleigh for J.Cole’s Dreamville Music Festival.

 

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The City of Raleigh

North Carolina's Capital city

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Wake County

Economic Development

Primary economic development organization for Wake County

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Greater Raleigh Convention
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Visitors Bureau

The official destination marketing organization of Raleigh, N.C. and Wake County 

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Are you interested in relocating to the Triangle?

Learn more about open positions in Raleigh and the Research Triangle region at WorkintheTriangle.com.

© 2020 Raleigh at South by Southwest 2020 is a joint project of the City of Raleigh,
Wake County Economic Development and the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau. 

 

Header artwork created by The Assembly.

Photo credits: Jonathan Corbett, Willa Stein, Todd Gunsher, Mark Petko, Jack Hollingsworth, Keenan Hairston,
Michael Robson, Ted Richardson, Garrett Poulos