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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 29

1 Brickyard, 1,000 Communities

Posted on January 29, 2016 at 3:42 PM by Brian Tinsman

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Guest blog post by Ed Zigo
President and CEO of Clarke-Hook

One Brickyard – 1,000 communities.

This is the mantra we’ve adopted for our new venture.

Decades ago, Clarke-Hook’s founder, Dave Clarke, Sr. referred to us as “lone wolves.” This was his way of describing what we have always been, that is, fearless and trailblazing entrepreneurs.

We’ve always established ourselves in communities that we felt were underserved. Our most important customers have always been small businesses, and our goal is to serve as the space and resource to help these businesses strengthen, grow, and succeed. Their success is truly our success.

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Jan 19

Fabbioli Winery Opens New Tasting Room

Posted on January 19, 2016 at 4:56 PM by Brian Tinsman

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On Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, Fabbioli Cellars celebrated the grand opening of its new tasting room on premises.

In lieu of a traditional speech, co-founder Doug Fabbioli read a list of words that summed up his relationship with his customers, the winery industry and his place in the Loudoun business community.

After the ribbon cutting, where he was joined by his wife, Colleen, and his staff, along with Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce CEO Tony Howard, he reflected on the project.

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Jan 15

Visa Security Cyber Fusion Center Opens in Ashburn

Posted on January 15, 2016 at 4:30 PM by Brian Tinsman

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Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and U.S. Senator Mark Warner were in Ashburn on Thursday, January 14, 2016, to help open the Visa Cyber Fusion Center.

The center will serve as the company's hub for rapid threat detection, adding to "Data Center Alley's" first-class resources to combat cyberattacks. As McAuliffe noted, Virginia was the first state in the nation to use credit cards with computer chips, which have now become mainstream.

"We’re leading by example,” he said. “We’ve been working really hard to put Virginia in the forefront of this industry."

Visa executive Bill Sheedy praised the facility, chosen from among several possible locations around the country.

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