Welcome to Cary!
Cary is a thriving community of more than 160,000 residents in the heart of the Research Triangle region of North Carolina, which includes Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. With a population of more than 2 million, the Triangle consistently ranks among the top regions in the country to live, work, start a business and find a home. Cary has taken advantage of its unique location to create a nationally recognized community of excellence. Regardless of what you are looking for, Cary’s got it!
Cary is highly attractive for those in information technology and is home to worldwide leaders in the sector.
Cary attracts the science community, particularly in the fields of pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices.
making it happen
“Cary is a great place for SAS to have its global headquarters. The local government and the Chamber are excellent partners, and we are able to attract top talent from around the world. Our employees choose to live and work in Cary because of the amenities, such as shopping, sports and entertainment and the great diversity of people and cultures in the community and surrounding areas.”
“A thriving community, competitive business climate and highly skilled workforce were just a few of the reasons Fidelity Charitable chose to relocate its primary operations to Cary. The Research Triangle boasts world-class financial services companies and a philanthropic spirit consistent with Fidelity Charitable’s core values. The diverse businesses and organizations create an environment that enables everyone to thrive.”
“After looking all over the country for a location, we chose North Carolina for its growth, and specifically Cary for its community filled with diversity, culture and warmth. Cary is surrounded by rich agriculture, top scientists and a state agriculture program dedicated to cultivating a strong and harmonious culinary community of farmers, chefs, bakers and artisans.”
“LORD Corporation relocated its headquarters to Cary because this is a great place to grow our global business. The talent pipeline coming out of the universities and community colleges provides a highly skilled workforce that our technology-focused business demands. The quality of life in this community makes it very easy to attract and retain talent.”