The Division of Employment Security (DES) provides information for employers pertaining to hiring and labor laws. This site also has a job assistance section available for those seeking employment as well as a government and public relations section with recent press releases focused on employment.  

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) is a nonprofit organization that aims to promote collaboration between public and private entities. EDPNC provides numerous services to North Carolina business owners including site relocation, support, and helping to get new businesses started. Additionally, the partnership assists in creating international trade opportunities for North Carolina and helps firms to gain access to research, technology, and academic resources. The site gives a background on why North Carolina is a worthy business destination, its key industries, and an overview of the services provided by EDPNC.

The North Carolina Chamber is tasked with advocating business growth and does so by providing a number of useful business publications, such as a state of business report, business advocate articles, and survey data. Also included are introductions to the variety of different industries in North Carolina. Users can also find information on business laws as well as news updates.

The North Carolina Department of Commerce's international trade division helps to increase North Carolina's global competitiveness by offering numerous services such as the preparation of marketing plans, financial advising, and export assistance. The website provides a detailed overview of the industry sectors in North Carolina as well as profiles for countries with potential trade opportunities. Additionally, details regarding specific export education courses and other informational events can be found on the site.

North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) aims to help small businesses develop. This site offers business and management counseling as well as management education. This resource also contains a number of special market development services including business research, government procurement, export financial services, boating industry, and technology commercialization. Numerous informative publications, like industry analyses, are also available.

The Global Business Center at the University of North Carolina works to increase the global competence of business students, faculty, and staff in order to advance U.S. global competitiveness. The Global Business Center leads their global education initiative, which focuses on preparing students to manage, lead, and succeed in global business.

The North Carolina branch of the Department of Commerce specializes in helping small to medium sized companies develop and execute exporting strategies. Fees vary and are based on the service being provided.