• Business Development

  • WELCOME!

      Brunswick County is in the southeastern part of North Carolina between Wilmington and Myrtle Beach. It has grown 61 % in the last 12 years, making in the fastest growing county in the state. Businesses have direct access to transportation hubs through highway, rail, local airports and the Port of Wilmington. Our community college, along with the proximity of two major  universities, provide the opportunity to develop the staff required to be successful. The community is blessed with a strong medical community, a state of the art telecommunication infrastructure and reliable electrical utility.   

     

    The South Brunswick Business Development Committee hopes you will consider our community as a place to live and grow your business. We have complied a database with information that we hope you will find of value in understanding the opportunities in our area. It contains information not only on our community but the surrounding counties of New Hanover, Columbus and Pender in North Carolina and Horry County in South Carolina.  Use the link to that Data Base Here.   

     

     

     

     

    SOUTH BRUNSWICK ISLANDS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES

    Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce History
    In 1976, the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce was established as the South Brunswick Islands Chamber of Commerce and had 38 charter members. With the goal of better serving the growing membership, the Chamber’s Board of Directors voted to change the name to the Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce in 2002. The Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce is a membership driven organization, striving to enhance and promote Brunswick County through building community and supporting businesses.

    South Brunswick Islands Committee of 100 History
    The South Brunswick Islands Committee of 100 was formed more than 20 years ago with the goal of assembling and developing property for the creation of an industrial park in the Town of Shallotte, the primary center of commerce for the South Brunswick Islands. The Committee was responsible for the extension of utilities to the park as well as the marketing and management of the property. Funds from the sale of the land were used for continued marketing efforts of the industrial park and the South Brunswick Islands. Approximately five years ago, with the Shallotte Industrial Park fully developed and occupied, the Committee of 100 became the South Brunswick Islands Business Development Committee (SBBDC), a non-profit corporation created to facilitate employment opportunities and responsible economic growth in the South Brunswick Islands area of North Carolina. The SBBDC has championed infrastructure improvements, such as the extension of Highway 31 in Myrtle Beach into Brunswick County.