Grier Martin was recognized today at a meeting of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors for his efforts in passing a law giving tax relief to companies that produce interactive digital media. Also recognized were Sen. Richard Stevens (R-Wake) and Rep. Chris Heagarty (D-Wake).
The Triangle is the third largest center for interactive digital media production in the country and has the potential to add many more jobs thanks to the new legislation. The legislation provides additional help to companies that partner with our state’s universities to produce interactive digital media.
“This legislation leverages all the Triangle’s strengths in technology, education, and entrepreneurship and will help create and keep high paying jobs here,” said Martin. “I’m proud to have been part of the bipartisan team that helped push it through.”