Virginia Economic Development Partnership
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Virginia Economic Development Partnership articles below.
Litehouse will invest $46 million in the City of Danville, VA at the packaged food company's first East Coast production facility.
Home to the nation’s largest data center market, its third-largest port, the third-highest concentration of tech workers and the HQ of 37 Fortune 1000 companies, Virginia offers diverse opportunities for success.
The Canadian company will invest $7.7 million and create 48 new jobs in Lebanon, VA.
The information technology and management consulting firm will create more than 128 jobs at its new headquarters in Arlington County, VA.
The Italy-based industrial and packaging solutions company will invest in increasing capacity and enhancing technology at its Chesterfield County, VA operations.
Virginia Economic Development Partnership President and CEO Stephen Moret was presented with Business Facilities’ 2018 State of the Year Award today by BF Chief Business Officer Ted Coene.
The business processing outsourcing services provider will invest $1.5 million to expand its Chesterfield County client engagement operations.
Virginia may be for lovers, but these days the Commonwealth also is getting a ton of love from emerging high-tech growth sectors and businesses looking for the perfect corporate HQ site.
For excitement alone, we probably should call Amazon’s HQ2 the “Deal of the Century.” Jeff Bezos’ mega-project produced the first tie in the history of our annual competition.
Microsoft Corporation will inject significant capital investment to expand its enterprise data center in Mecklenburg County, VA, creating more than 100 new jobs.
New York and Virginia, which each got selected to host Amazon’s HQ2 mega-project, are co-winners of the Gold Award in our 2018 contest.
The Commonwealth secures BF's top annual honor with a diversified and successful high-tech growth strategy.
PointOne will build two facilities that will house edge computing data centers, a cable landing station for future subsea cables, and an international internet business exchange.
They can make just about anything in the VIAA region, from snack foods to HR software to advanced power systems for electric vehicles.