— Jason El Koubi, President & CEO,
Fairfax County, Virginia boasts a thriving, inclusive business community of innovators and leaders in a wide range of sectors. How can we help you start, expand or relocate your business in Fairfax County? Contact us —and let’s build the future together.
Gloucester County is strategically located in the northern portion of Virginia’s Hampton Roads. We offer a low cost of doing business, desirable quality of life, skilled labor force and affordable housing. Our industries have traditionally been associated with the abundant natural resources found in the area and increased diversification in manufacturing activities.
Virginia continues to raise the bar when it comes to talent development. Programs such as the Virginia Talent Accelerator Program and the Tech Talent Investment Program make sure Virginians are prepared for the jobs of today and the future.
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|#1 Best Business Climate (Mid-Sized): Arlington||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#2 Top Performing Container Ports: Port of Virginia||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 10 Corporate Headquarters: Arlington, Alexandria, Richmond||2023 Metro Rankings|
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|Top 10 Millennial Magnets: Virginia Beach, Richmond||2023 Metro Rankings|
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New Tech Hubs program will drive regional innovation and job creation by strengthening a region’s capacity to manufacture, commercialize, and deploy technology.
A transportation network and workforce programs support continued growth across the commonwealth of Virginia.
Virginia will gain more than 50 jobs as a result of two family-owned companies expanding their operations.
Caren Merrick, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade, shares how the commonwealth's strategic ecosystems and strong talent pipeline offer opportunity to companies across many industries.
Wells Fargo will expand its Customer Support Center in Roanoke County; Amazon will establish a robotics fulfillment center and “last mile” delivery station in Virginia Beach.