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Huntington Ingalls Industries, the nation’s largest military shipbuilder, will establish an unmanned systems facility in Hampton, VA.
The Israeli renewable energy company will invest $1.1 million to establish its U.S. subsidiary base in Arlington, VA, creating 33 new jobs.
The self-driving vehicle pioneer will invest $8.5 million to expand software development operations in Blacksburg, VA.
The wireless network operator will invest $30 million to relocate one of its Customer Experience Centers to Henrico County, VA.
Mike Grundmann, Senior Vice President, Talent Solutions, Virginia Economic Development Partnership, discusses workforce development, recruitment and training, and the impact of COVID-19.
The global eye health company will invest more than $35 million to expand its manufacturing facility in Lynchburg, VA.
With its second major expansion of Stuarts Draft manufacturing operation since 2019, the chocolate company will create 110 new jobs in Augusta County, VA.
The manufacturer will invest $7.6 million to relocate its headquarters and manufacturing operations from South Carolina to Grayson County, VA.
The maritime, ship repair, and manufacturing company will create 332 new jobs in City of Newport News, VA.
The company will establish a new subsidiary operation and create 15 new jobs in Henry County, VA with help from local and state economic development grants.
The company will establish a first-of-its-kind waste plastics facility and manufacturing operation and create 52 new jobs in Cumberland County, VA.
The company will create 1,500 jobs at a new software development and R&D regional hub in Fairfax County, VA.
Staunton River Plastics will build a new 250,000-square-foot plant in Hurt, VA, creating more than 200 new jobs over four years.
The online retailer will create 1,000 jobs at a new robotics fulfillment center in Suffolk, and 500 at an import processing center in Chesapeake.
Moore will invest more than $31 million to establish the Richmond Print Group, a new venture in Henrico County, VA.
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 current issue of Virginia Economic Review explores the world of Big Data, the explosion of cloud computing and data center investment, and how data is remaking industries and altering the geography of economic opportunity.
With help from the Virginia Jobs Investment Program, the cybersecurity company will invest $1.4 million to expand its operations in Herndon.
The software firm will invest $1.65 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Reston, VA.
The company will modernize and expand its manufacturing and technology operations in Chesterfield County, VA, creating 60 jobs.