Review eligibility for this fifth round of the Business Interruption Fund, and additional supports for Purcellville and Hillsboro applicants.
The Washington Spirit took the “Loudoun Is Ready” pledge ahead of two games at Segra Field, the team’s first in Loudoun County.
An additional $4.3 million will support Loudoun’s small businesses in two rounds. Sign up for a reminder email when the next application opens.
Apply for one of seven open seats on the Economic Development Advisory Commission, a body of business leaders advising the Board of Supervisors on shaping the economic environment.
Gov. Ralph Northam awarded a $20,000 AFID grant to Loudoun Economic Development in support of the Loudoun Made Loudoun Grown Marketplace.
Professional soccer return to Segra Field with a focus on fan safety, as Loudoun United FC took the “Loudoun Is Ready” pledge.
Do you have a passion for supporting Loudoun’s diverse rural industries and want to give back? Apply for open seats on the Rural Economic Development Council.
Twenty-eight of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. call Loudoun County home, according to the 2020 Inc. 5000 list, published this week.
On Tuesday, Loudoun Economic Development completed the random selections for 400 Business Interruption Fund grants, totaling $2 million.
Loudoun County officials hosted Taiwanese officials and the United States Martial Arts Academy’s Grandmaster Eung Gil Choi, to receive medical face masks.