Durham 2.0 is a new approach for a new era.

Thanks in large part to the leadership, creativity and hard work of our business community, we’ve all been witness to a uniquely Durham success story about economic growth and community involvement.

Durham 2.0 creates a vision for Durham’s economic future.

Each year, this leadership group underwrites the Chamber’s work, allowing us to help companies create thousands of jobs and invest several hundred million dollars in Durham.

Durham 2.0 creates a forum.

New ideas are always welcome, and innovative thinking will ensure that our community continues to be a great place to do business and attract top talent.

Durham 2.0 creates business opportunities and solves challenges statewide.

With the Durham Chamber’s strong, statewide relationships, we are in a unique position to solve specific business challenges related to economic development and public policy. This allows our key investors to focus their energies on the work they do best.  Your organization’s success is inherent in our mission.

Benefits to You, Your Employees, and Your Business


Customized Solutions

Commercial and residential real estate insights, public policy solutions, PR, talent acquisition, and employee training.

Key Relationships
An immediate connection to business leaders and elected officials in Durham, the region, and the state.

Impact on Durham
Participate in key conversations shaping Durham and the region.

Greater Visibility
Increased visibility within the business community and with potential hires throughout the region.

Wider Influence
Influence decisions impacting the future of economic development in Durham.

Read the complete Durham 2.0 Strategy

Contact Us to Learn More

Tracy Sternberg
tsternberg@durhamchamber.org
919-328-8735


Durham 2.0 Key Investors

21c Museum Hotels
ABC 11Akridge
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
American Tobacco/Durham Bulls
Art Institute Raleigh-Durham
AT&T
Austin Lawrence Partners
Avison Young
AW North Carolina
Bank of America
BASF Corporation
BayerCrop Science
BB&T
Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices YSU
Biogen
bioMerieux
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Burt’s Bees
Capitol Broadcasting Company
Carolina Theatre
CBRE
Center Studio Architecture
Cherry Bekaert, LLP
City of Durham
Cognitect, Inc.
Cormetech
C.T. Wilson Construction Company, Inc.
DPR Construction
Duke Energy
Duke University
Duke University Health System
Durham Centre
Durham County
Durham Magazine
Durham Performing Arts Center
Durham Technical Community College
Engine Brandmakers
Erwin Terrace
Fairway Outdoor Advertising
FHI360
Fidelity Investments
First Citizens Bank
Freudenberg IT
Freudenberg Performance Materials, LP
Frontier Communications
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Google
Holt Brothers Construction, Inc.
Holt Brothers Foundation
HNTB Corporation
IBM
Jenkins, Wilson, Taylor & Hunt
Kompleks Creative
LeChase Construction Services, LLC
Longfellow Real Estate Partners
M&F Bank
McAdams, Co.
McDonald York Building Co.
Measurement Incorporated
Merck & Co.
Moore & Van Allen, PLLC
Morningstar Law Group
NAI Carolantic Realty, Inc.
Narsi Properties
N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Nexsen PruetNorthwood Ravin
O’Brien/Atkins Associates
Olive & Olive, P.A.
Performance Auto Mall
Perkins + Will
PNC Bank
Private Diagnostic Clinic, PLLC
PSNC
Purdue Pharma Manufacturing, LP
Research Triangle Park Foundation
RTI InternationalSavill Studley
Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center
S&ME, Inc.
Square 1 Bank
SunTrust Bank
Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC
The Forest at Duke
Thomas, Judy and Tucker, P.A.
Triangle Community Foundation
Triangle Orthopaedic Associates, P.A.
United Therapeutics Corp.
Wells Fargo
Wexford Science & Technology
Yadkin Bank
YMCA of the Triangle

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