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Over six years, Plenty Unlimited will invest $300 million to build the world’s largest indoor vertical farming campus in Chesterfield County, creating more than 300 jobs.
Hardscape manufacturer Unilock will establish new production facilities in Virginia to meet increased demand in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast markets.
Growth and Opportunity for Virginia (GO Virginia) grants totaling over $10 million will support regional economic growth through localities, public entities and private businesses.
The beloved building toy maker will create more than 1,760 new jobs with its new manufacturing facility in Chesterfield County, VA.
The $460 million Richmond, VA expansion will include software development, R&D capabilities, sales, marketing, and support functions.
Amazon will build a 650,000-square-foot state-of-the-art robotics fulfillment center on 119 acres of ancillary land in Henrico County, VA.
Businesses that will survive the coronavirus pandemic are those that adapt to the challenges and continue to serve existing and new customers.
The producer of self-installed home security systems will invest $5.5 million to establish a new customer support center in Henrico County, VA.
The company will modernize and expand its manufacturing and technology operations in Chesterfield County, VA, creating 60 jobs.
The grocery retailer’s new regional distribution operation in Hanover County, VA will create 700 new jobs.
The global healthcare company will invest $16.7 million investment to expand its research and development operation in Richmond, VA.
Quality of life and a wide variety of amenities, a highly skilled workforce and an easy commute are just a few of the attractions inducing corporate headquarters to relocate.
Food manufacturers are picking up the pace in adapting to the emerging industrial Internet of Things, with nearly a third of facilities in the sector now utilizing wireless networks.
Lower costs, an exceptional quality of life and first-class 21st century infrastructure are convincing big players to choose Richmond over larger markets.
The commercial real estate information company will invest $8M in the city of Richmond, with the help of a $4M grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund.
AvePoint, Inc., a leader in enabling enterprise collaboration across platforms and devices, will invest $1.5 million to establish an operation in the City of Richmond, VA, creating 100 new jobs, and expand in Arlington County, creating 55 new jobs.
In the U.S., Teleperformance operates 25 site locations and has approximately 20,000 employees, approximately 700 of which will be employed in the Commonwealth of Virginia.