Made in the Triad Video
Made in the Triad Headlines
Presents with a purpose! Meet two Piedmont women who create personalized gifts. A portion of each sale goes to animal shelters and rescue organizations.
The Honor Card program raises awareness and funds for the homeless. The program started in Greensboro and has spread to 13 cities in North Carolina.
Top Dog! A Greensboro company produces more than 500,000 dog collars a year.
This will have you in stitches! A Kernersville woman has created more than 1,000 designs and her customers can be found across the world.
Blinged out business! A local jewelry maker sees orders jump after showcasing her pieces to celebrities before the Primetime Emmy Awards.
This might sound "corny" but check out a new gourmet popcorn shop in Greensboro where business is popping!
Seen in Southern Living! A ceramic potter's handmade plates and bowls have appeared in books and magazines, including Food and Wine and Southern Living.
A stay-at-home mother turned entrepreneur creates stylish comfort wraps that can be heated in the microwave or chilled in the freezer.
Stylish, timeless and custom made! Mack and Mack Clothing in downtown Greensboro has been creating beautiful women's clothing for 18 years.
Sleep well, your mattress may have been mad in the Triad. Carolina Mattress Guild makes a wide variety of mattress sets at its facility in Thomasville.
MIT: A Triad business owner shows WFMY how she handcrafts gourmet, roasted redskin peanuts in Greensboro.
A new bakery in Greensboro goes well beyond the standard vanilla, chocolate and strawberry-flavored desserts.
Precor manufactures strength equipment that is shipped all over the world.
MIT: Kalo Foods, a new commercial bakery in Rockingham County, is creating gluten free desserts
MIT: A Burlington Woman Creates Exotic Sauces and Seasonings Inspired from her Global Travels