Dr. Crystal Icenhour joined the #LoudounPossible Pod to explain the medical, economic and social ramifications of the global coronavirus outbreak.
Interested applicants must have a for-profit business model and physical location in Loudoun, or commit to establishing future office space or jobs in the county.
Loudoun’s support for technology, access to key services and strong talent pool attracts a company changing the way infectious diseases are identified.
Your business future is in focus during the eighth annual Loudoun Small Business Week, which runs May 6-10 and coincides with National Small Business Week and National Economic Development Week.
This digital revolution has had a major impact on Loudoun County, and has created a whole new category of what is #LoudounPossible.
Leesburg-based K2M Inc. has reached a definitive agreement to be acquired by Fortune 500 medical technologies company Stryker Technologies for approximately $1.4 billion.