Hanover County has been given a Recovery Zone Facility Bond allocation of $4,963,000, to be used for a wide variety of private business activities. Business owners expanding existing facilities or planning new facilities located in one of the three Recovery Zones (Doswell, Ashland/Lewistown, and Mechanicsville) who are interested in participating in this program should submit a Letter of Interest (LOI) requesting between… View Article
Hanover County Economic Development (HCED) has recently added several forms of social media to improve our outreach to both existing and new businesses in Hanover. HCED updates both a Facebook Page and Twitter account. Look us up on Facebook and Twitter today!
The Mechanicsville community has been named to Money Magazine's Top 100 Best Places to Live 2009 list available in the August issue of the publication. Mechanicsville has been named to this prestigious list in the past, ranking #57 in 2007. The ranking speaks highly to the quality of life in Hanover County.
How to Do Business With the Federal Government Webinar Thursday, June 18, 2009 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. Please follow this link for more information or to register: http://www.cbh.com/email/seminars/govcon-business-0609.html The webinar is sponsored and presented by Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, L.L.P.
This seminar will be structured to help members of the community apply techniques for getting hired. This is not a job fair, but a free informational session for those who are unemployed or underemployed. A panel of speakers will discuss the following: Beginning a Job Search Identifying Potential Employers Knowing What Employers are Looking for Writing a Great Resume Preparing for an… View Article
Hanover County’s quarterly newsletter, The Hanover Review, currently highlights Hanover Economic Development’s “Business First” business visitation program. Karen Epps, Existing Business Coordinator, shares information about the program and how it plays a part in Encouraging Business in Hanover County. Also highlighted is the opening of the Capital Regional Employment Transition Center, located in Glen Allen off Cox Road. This workforce center was funded by a… View Article