One Source of NC
One Source of NC, LLC

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Press Releases:

· October 2012 One Source of NC Celebrates Scholarship Winner
· January 2012 Bloomberg Businessweek names Raleigh best place to live in the U.S.
· January 2012 Reuters reports Raleigh is rated one of the healthiest U.S. cities according Men's and Women's Health magazines
· November 2011 American City Business Journals lists Raleigh, Durham, and Cary among the smartest cities in the U.S.
· November 2011 Raleigh ranks number 4 in the Forbes article "Best Cities For Technology Jobs"
· September 2011 Time Magazine reports that Raleigh, NC ranks as the third most educated city in the U.S.
· August 2011 One Source celebrates 10 years in business!
· May 2011 One Source named one of the Top 300 Small Businesses in the South by Business Leader Magazine
· April 2011 One Source's VP of Business Development, Larry Snyder featured in the "Lessons Learned" section of the Triangle Business Journal
· March 2011 One Source is a silver sponsor of the 26th Annual A Toast to the Triangle which raises money to support the Tammy Lynn Center
· October 2010 One Source sponsors the 7th Annual Tammy Lynn Golf Classic which raises money to support the Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities
· August 2010 Situational Leadership® Workshops now being offered by One Source Leading Solutions
· July 2010 Dana Dorroh and One Source featured in Triangle Business Journal Article
· July 2010 One Source appoints Larry Snyder as Vice President of Business Development
· June 2010 One Source joins Facebook and Twitter
· May 2010 Raleigh is the major metropolitan market that offers the best quality of life in the United States according to American City Business Journal's
· May 2010 One Source becomes a member of the NCDBA (North Carolina Defense Business Association). The NCDBA is helping to build the Defense and Homeland Security industry clusters at military installations in North Carolina
· March, 2010 One Source sponsors the 25th Annual A Toast to the Triangle benefiting the developmentally disabled
· February, 2010 One Source joins the resource matrix for NCMBC (North Carolina Military Business Center) which helps existing NC businesses identify, bid on, and win military and other federal contracts
· February, 2010 One Source joins PipelineNC created, in part, to help recruit skilled talent to support an additional 40,000 newcomers to the Fort Bragg area
· February, 2010 One Source becomes involved with the BRAC Regional Task Force which is coordinating efforts for 11 NC counties to prepare and maximize the benefits of the U.S. Army moving from Fort McPherson, Ga. to the Fort Bragg area

Recent News:

"A new report by the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., labels Raleigh one of the country's "New Heartland" cities - a sort of new Middle America that is home to more families and to employees in the kinds of jobs that economists say are going to propel the United States in the coming years." READ MORE ranked the Triangle the third best metropolitan area for business. The rankings found the Triangle exceedingly strong in the “cost of doing business,” an index based on cost of labor, energy, taxes and office space. -April 2010
The Raleigh/Cary area has the highest well-being in the South and the nation’s top work environment index according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.
-February 2010
Raleigh ranked #1 best place to launch a new business by the American City Business Journals.
Triangle Business Journal: A report by the Brookings Institution that gauges the impact of the recession on metropolitan America has listed the Raleigh-Cary metro area as the strongest in North Carolina, and among the top 40 in the nation
-June 2009
MSNBC: America's Best City - ranks Raleigh America’s best city. “Raleigh, N.C., it seems, is the best place to be in the U.S. right now. It ranks No. 1 in Forbes’ 2008 list and was also top in 2007 – consistent placement among these lists is truly rare. It ranks No. 2 in Kiplinger’s list this year. The city is also Fortune Small Business magazine’s No. 20 place to live and launch.” -June 2008
Forbes: Recession-Proof Local Economy
Forbes ranks the Triangle’s economy 5th on a list of 10 recession-proof local economies. -May ‘08
Kiplinger Magazine: Cool City
Raleigh lands on Kiplinger magazine's list of the seven "cool cities" in the United States. Its description of the Capital City reads: Raleigh "is as hot as it gets, thanks to a healthy job market, a billion-dollar downtown rehab, top universities and plentiful, inexpensive housing." The other cities on the list include Nashville, Minneapolis, Denver, Atlanta, Athens, Ga.; and Austin. -September 2005