Hundreds of international travel buyers and media visited Arlington through County and regional events.
Economic Development News
The Arlington County Board today approved performance-based incentives that will enable venture capital firm SineWave to expand its Crystal City operation and create an innovative “VentureHub.”
The Arlington County Board will consider a Use Permit requested by Arlington Public Schools for the renovation of the Stratford School building on Vacation Lane.
Boston-based GreenSight Agronomics is the winner of this year’s Startup Arlington competition, selected from 129 applicants hailing from 18 different states and six sites abroad.
Nestlé USA, the leading global nutrition, health and wellness company, will invest $39.8 million to relocate its corporate headquarters to Arlington’s Rosslyn neighborhood in a move that will create some 750 jobs.
Jay Fisette is Arlington’s 2017 County Board Chair and Katie Cristol is the vice chair.
Four winners of the second annual “Fast Four” were recognized by Arlington Economic Development.
New sign rules aim to keep the County’s urban regional shopping centers competitive.
A summary of some of the key items on the November County Board Meeting Agenda.
Arlington Economic Development is looking for the fastest-growing tech companies across the County for the second annual “Fast Four” competition.