- More than $135 million was invested in Loudoun startups from 2013-2015.
- Loudoun is home to a mix of incubators and collaborative spaces serving more than 200 small businesses.
- Loudoun works with 74 partner organizations to help entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Loudoun’s small businesses and growing entrepreneur ecosystem are supported by a network of resources. LoudounSmallBiz.org features a searchable database of organizations that help small businesses, along with a calendar of networking and educational events.
Loudoun County has a wide array of services and resources available to assist business owners and those individuals who are starting their own businesses. To help guide people through the process of starting a business or expanding their business, the county has created the Business Assistance Team. The cross-departmental team is made up of personnel who specialize in a particular area of the process, such as permitting, licensing, mapping, zoning – and more. Members of BAT participate in cross-departmental training to help provide a seamless and coordinated experience for business customers, regardless of which department the customer contacts first.
Vanessa Wagner, Economic Development’s Small Business and Entrepreneurship Manager, works to assist small business owners with finding locations, information and connections to local resources, as well as facilitating strategic introductions. Loudoun is ready for you. Are you ready for Loudoun?
For more information, please call Vanessa Wagner at 703-777-0585 or email her at Vanessa.Wagner@Loudoun.gov.
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