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About Concord

Sitting in Cabarrus County of North Carolina, Concord is the 2nd largest city in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area with a population of around 94,546 residents meandering around its streets, playing with the tourists who come to town to see NASCAR's Charlotte Motor Speedway or hanging out with likeminded souls getting innovative in a coworking venue. It has the 16th fastest growing economy in the United States that is totally diverse, ranging from shipping and transportation to banking, manufacturing and motor sports. Awash in educational facilities both public and private, it's home to the Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences and Barber-Scotia College plus others spawning tech savvy youth that love to get creative.

Originally settled about 1750 by German and Scots-Irish immigrants, it was the hub of trade and retail for the cotton-producing region. It became the site of industrialization with cotton mills in the late 19th century when its white planters and business owners built some incredible homes that still can be seen along the North and South Union Street and Edgewood Avenue.

North Carolina's highly educated workforce has a booming and intelligent startup scene happening creating an entrepreneurial hot bed. The American Tobacco Campus has been given a makeover and is now a chic sprawl of outdoor cafes, startup offices and green spaces for chilling-out moments. The Raleigh's Warehouse District has had a similar rejuvenation, whilst the Downtown Chapel Hill area is home to a Google outpost and several coworking venues. The region's universities are offering entrepreneurship programs heavily geared towards engineering and computer science studies spewing out a huge talent pool.

With plenty of places to talk shop, coworking venues have become one more place where the intrepid minds of creative techies plan world domination.