Business

Apply for EDAC to help shape Loudoun’s economic future

September 9, 2021

Loudoun County’s business community showed incredible resiliency through the health and economic crises of the last two years, but leaders are still needed to help ensure a bright future. Loudoun…

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One dozen businesses advance in Loudoun Innovation Challenge

June 29, 2021

The Loudoun Economic Development Authority announced the advancement of 12 businesses in its annual Innovation Challenge, designed to recognize local companies that are rethinking the status quo in their industries.…

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JK Moving raises annual income for CDL Drivers

June 16, 2021

With demand high for professional drivers, JK Moving Services has increased annual guaranteed income for experienced Over-the-Road Class-A CDL Drivers to a minimum $100,000. The competitive salary and benefits are twice the…

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Now Hiring: Work In Loudoun this summer and beyond

June 3, 2021

Looking for a summer job? Thousands of high-paying seasonal jobs and long-term employment opportunities are currently open with Loudoun businesses, just as COVID-19 mitigation measures have been lifted across the…

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Teen launches SWEY, sports drink aimed at Gen Z

May 10, 2021

ASHBURN, Va., May 6, 2021 – Alana Andrews, 16, is a born entrepreneur. Since the age of seven she has written two books, produced a song on iTunes, established a website…

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Sen. Kaine visits Catoctin Creek Distillers

At Catoctin Creek Distillers, Sen. Tim Kaine offers help with tariffs

March 31, 2021

On a sunny and surprisingly warm March 26th near the end of Women’s History Month, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) arrived in Loudoun to visit Leesburg, Purcellville, and Round Hill and…

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Zasti

Zasti chooses Loudoun for U.S. headquarters

March 18, 2021

Zasti, Inc., an artificial intelligence technology company that develops innovative risk screening, predictive analytics, and climate change solutions for the healthcare industry, will invest $5.9 million to establish its U.S.…

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COVID-19 legislation cancels Vineyard Square expiration?

March 3, 2021

By Valerie Cury In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia General Assembly last year passed a bill which extends the approval date of site plans. But the bill didn’t take…

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2 Browns + 1 Whitehurst: a natural recipe for success at The Hamilton Mercantile

March 3, 2021

When word got out last February that 34-year Hamilton resident Sue Phillips was planning to sell the Natural Mercantile, the town’s beloved, 1970s organic food store, faithful health food patrons…

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Kuhn family reaches agreement with Rockland Farm to buy White’s Ferry

February 15, 2021

Chuck Kuhn, J.K. Moving Services founder and large Loudoun landowner, and his wife, Stacy Kuhn, have reached an agreement with Rockland Farm, LLC, to purchase White’s Ferry, with plans to…

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