Employees today want a work-life balance
Executive leads efforts in health care, education and economic development
Interview with Chris Lumsden
President, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital, South Boston
Chair, Virginia Economic Development Partnership Board of Directors
Followups – October 2015
Aquaculture methods prompt resurgence of Virginia’s oyster industry
CIT programs help early-stage companies get off the ground
Programs at the Center for Innovative Technology help early-stage companies, like Leesburg-based Disrupt6, get off the ground.
Projects now underway will change Norfolk in 2017
Projects now underway will change Norfolk in 2017.
Program provides help to companies that want to invest in the city
NorfolkFirst provides help to companies that want to invest in the city.
UMW tracks area’s growth as it makes key investments
University of Mary Washington tracks area’s growth as it makes key investments
Medical facilities help drive growth in state’s major commercial real estate markets
Medical facilities help drive growth in state’s major commercial real estate markets.
Eimskip, an Icelandic shipping company, is celebrating its 30th year in Virginia as well as its 100th anniversary of sailing to the U.S.
Monogram Snacks Martinsville is participating in the Business IQ program to help the company workers without high-school diplomas work toward earning high-school equivalency certificates.
Schedule flexibility is becoming a high priority
Schedule flexibility is becoming a high priority in the workplace.
Jordan Lloyd Bookey and Felix Lloyd, founders of Arlington-based Zoobean, were invited to the first White House Demo Day, at which entrepreneurs from across the country had the chance to showcase their innovations.