We’re bringing you some highlights from Loudoun County Supervisor Caleb Kershner and Supervisor Tony Buffington’s COVID-19 Rural Business Teleconference
Long before the outbreak of COVID-19, Tammy Bjelland recognized the growing need for and the benefits of flexible work, so she started Workplaceless.
In the 12th episode of the #LoudounPossible Pod, we spoke with Loudoun Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall and Russell Seymour from the Town of Leesburg.
With the additional Economic Development Authority funding, a total of $1.4 million can be dispersed to 177 businesses. Apply at LoudounBusinessFund.org.
Given the company’s enormous investment in Loudoun’s Data Center Alley, Facebook listed Ashburn as an eligible territory for businesses to apply.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has approved $1 million in grant funding for the COVID-19 Business Interruption Fund to support Loudoun businesses.
At a time when consumers are cautious, shopping local becomes a priority for keeping businesses afloat and Loudouners employed.
IT Cadre works with domestic and international customers and spent the weeks ahead of the American outbreak of COVID-19 to prepare for remote work.
The Small Business Administration is urging Congress for additional funding appropriations so that they are able to process additional loan applications.
Loudoun Economic Development, Visit Loudoun and the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce have an important call to action for consumers: Take Loudoun Home.