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Loudoun Economic Development Blog

Information on Loudoun's businesses, both big and small, as well as focused information on the DED's key business sectors and events.

Jan 16

Data Centers and the Equine Industry - DED in the News

Posted on January 16, 2015 at 10:30 AM by Kona Gallagher

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Loudoun County is a hotbed of economic development news. Stay tuned to this blog, where we'll post a roundup of the biggest stories to appear in the press. As always, if you want to stay up-to-date on everything that's going on in the world of Loudoun economic development, you can follow us on 
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Dec 17

Rizer Discusses Loudoun's Momentum at Bisnow Event

Posted on December 17, 2014 at 3:58 PM by Kona Gallagher

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Loudoun County's new developments and its future were heavily discussed at Bisnow's "Walkable Communities, TOD & the Silver Line" event. Panelists and keynote speakers from United Bank, Walsh Colucci, Regency Centers and more joined Loudoun Economic Development Director Buddy Rizer to talk about the future of development in Loudoun and the Dulles corridor.

Much of the discussion centered around the Silver Line, which is set to open in Loudoun in 2018. Development has already started around the future rail stops, with Loudoun Station in Ashburn already renting luxury apartments and offering a variety of food and entertainment options in its mixed-use community. Moorefield Station is also under development, and has been approved for 9.2 million square feet of office space, along with residential, hotels, entertainment and retail.

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Dec 05

4 Podcasts You Should Listen to Now

Posted on December 5, 2014 at 12:00 AM by Kona Gallagher

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By: Lois Kirkpatrick

You've got to know more to grow more, and smart founders learn from others who've already built successful companies. But when you're working around the clock to get a startup off the ground, you rarely have time for a business book. Podcasts are a perfect alternative. They allow you to absorb key info while driving, eating, or getting ready for bed. Learn on the go with these audio shows:

-- Andrew Warner built a $30 million/year Internet business and now interviews other successful business owners who offer solutions to issues that cripple founders.

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