Xerox Corporation, along with the Governor’s office, announced the expansion plans for the company in Cary.
The expansion brings 600 new jobs over 5-years, along with $18.4M in Xerox investment. Xerox, a global corporation that provides workplace and digital printing solutions, announced it will open a “Center of Excellence” in Wake County. The town of Cary will welcome 600 new jobs along with $18.4 million investment. The announcement was made at the Capitol building on Tuesday, August 18. Governor Cooper made the official announcement and noted talent and fast growth as major decision factors. Wake County Economic Development was proud to partner with the Town of Cary and many others to welcome Xerox to the region.
TCREW board member Ashley Cagle is the Assistant Executive Director of Wake County Economic Development, which was the driving force behind this deal.