Economic development agencies, chambers of commerce, and other organizations and businesses to help with your relocation or expansion:
Virginia Economic Development Partnership
The Partnership assists with the complicated demands of the site selection process and offers years of experience to help make the site selection project run smoothly. It consists of several divisions whose combined expertise confidentially provides the resources needed to make the most informed location decision with the least amount of time and effort.
901 East Byrd Street, Richmond, VA 23218 (Map & Aerial View)
Alleghany Highlands Economic Development Corp.
The Alleghany Highlands Economic Development Corporation is a private-public partnership economic development marketing organization for Virginia's Alleghany Highlands. Its role is to help existing businesses grow and prosper and to attract new businesses that create quality jobs and bring investment to the area.
1000 Dabney Dr., Ste. 510, Clifton Forge, VA 24422 (Map & Aerial View)
(540) 862-0937 Fax
City of Fairfax Economic Development Authority
The primary purpose of the EDA is to foster and stimulate economic development and redevelopment within the City of Fairfax. It supports bond financing for projects within its powers and works with the City's Economic Development Office to advance business recruiting and expansion efforts.
10455 Armstrong Street, Room 207, Fairfax, VA 22030 (Map & Aerial View)
Isle Of Wight-Smithfield -Windsor Chamber Of Commerce
Business-Education. To coordinate the efforts of commerce, industry and the professions in maintaining and strengthening a sound and healthy business climate in Isle of Wight County. To sponsor an aggressive strategic plan and stimulate activities that will provide for full development of our human and economic resources.
P.O. Box 38, Smithfield, VA 23431 (Map & Aerial View)
Thomas Jefferson Partnership
The Partnership is a 501(c)6 non-profit, public/private partnership formed to help create new jobs and investment in the Greater Charlottesville Region. TJPED integrated staff and resources with the Central Virginia Small Business Development Center and the Piedmont Workforce Network to expand its services for existing businesses, entrepreneurs, job seekers and employers.
210 Ridge-McIntire Road, Suite 100, Charlottesville, VA 22903 (Map & Aerial View)
Virginia Beach Department of Economic Development
The Department is charged with expanding and diversifying the tax base and employment opportunities for the city through business development. It seeks to be a one-stop resource for business and site evaluation information.
222 Central Park Avenue, Suite 1000, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 (Map & Aerial View)
Virginia Industrial News:
Industrial Directory Reports Virginia Gained Manufacturing Jobs Over Past Year (2/5/2013)
Industrial Directory Reports Virginia Manufacturing Jobs Remained Steady Over Past Year (1/4/2012)
Industrial Directory Reports Virginia Lost Fewer Manufacturing Jobs (1/17/2011)
Virginia Manufacturing Jobs Declined 7.1% Over Past Year (12/18/2009)
Virginia Loses Fewer Industrial Jobs Over Year According To State Industrial Directory (12/12/2008)
Industrial Directory Reports Virginia Manufacturing Jobs Down 1.9% (1/16/2008)
Virginia Industrial Jobs Down 1.6% In '06 According To Manufacturers' Directory (12/12/2006)
Looking to reach Virginia manufacturers? Access the Virginia Manufacturers Database compiled by MNI.
*Manufacturing stats updated on 5/17/2013. All other stats updated on 5/17/2013. Listings updated on 5/20/2013.