Greater Richmond Partnership

The Greater Richmond Partnership, Inc. is the regional economic development group representing the City of Richmond and the Counties of Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico.

Richmond World View Screenshot
Richmond World View

Learn about Greater Richmond’s expansive international connections and business advantages.

Richmond World View Screenshot
Business First Greater Richmond

Greater Richmond companies have access to a network of resources needed to support their business success.

Business First Greater Richmond Screenshot
Richmond JobNet

Launching your career in Greater Richmond just got a little easier.

Richmond JobNet Screenshot
Richmond: Love What You Find

Relocating to Greater Richmond, Virginia? You will find what you love, and love what you find.

Richmond: Love What You Find Screenshot
RSS Feed

Business Intelligence

Bethany Miller

Kick-Off Event!

Business First will unveil the Greater Richmond Export Initiative during a kick-off event open to the public on June 12, 2014 at the University of Richmond. Content will be geared towards companies that are new to exports and companies already exporting but interested in exploring new markets. Representatives of all levels of government, university partners, private companies, and export service providers will take part in relaying to firms the significance and ease of exploring exports. Following the kick-off, GRP will begin to roll-out an ongoing training and awareness campaign to build on the momentum of our initial efforts.

Continue reading >


Greater Richmond Export Initiative

Business First Greater Richmond, the business retention and expansion program of the Greater Richmond Partnership, is launching the Greater Richmond Export Initiative, a regional effort to grow local exports. Modeled after the Metropolitan Export Initiative of the Brookings Institution, the project will work to reach companies at their point of production where industries cluster and innovate, tap into regional supply chains, take advantage of the metro’s intermodal transportation network, and utilize strategic relationships with local, state, and federal leaders to access a large yet manageable audience – all for the purpose of boosting international sales activity.

Continue reading >


Bethany Miller

SBA Updates

In case you missed it, things are changing at the SBA. In the Richmond District Office, Ms. Jaqui West is serving as the Acting Director while Jayne Armstrong is on a special assignment in the Administration’s field operations office in DC.

Continue reading >


Bethany Miller

We’re growing!

In case you missed it, lots of great news circulated last week about the advancements of the region’s growing community of innovative entrepreneurs. Get a quick recap with these two articles.

80amps seeks to ignite growth
State may back RVA business accelerator

Continue reading >


Bethany Miller

Workforce Challenges Be Gone!

There’s so much news about the skills gap, employment and unemployment that the state of the job market and one’s odds of finding good job candidates can get overwhelming. Thank goodness for the Resource Business Solutions team! 

Continue reading >


Better Blogger

Gee, I wish I had better blogging skills; it could be such a powerful tool! Oh, I’m in luck! Hanover’s Economic Development Department if hosting a blogging workshop on January 20th!

Continue reading >


Bethany Miller

Small Business Administration Awards

Have a noteworthy company in mind? Are you the owner or operator of a noteworthy company? I’m not talking about just any kind of company. I’m talking about the kind of company that deserves national recognition. You do? Good! There are just a few days left to submit applications for the SBA Small Business of the Year Awards. Check out the categories and award criteria, and good luck!

Continue reading >


Bethany Miller

Awards!

There is certainly much to be celebrated about building relationships with local companies – the everyday mission of the Greater Richmond Partnership’s Business First initiative. Companies provide the most important insight a community can gain about the business community. They are the biggest job creators and invest the most capital in their localities, improving the quality of life - two major successes for a community.

Continue reading >


Bethany Miller

Business First Progress Continues

It’s official, Business First has completed another year of service to the regional existing business community. With more than 500 site visits completed during the last year, Greater Richmond continues to works towards enhancing the local business environment.

Continue reading >


Going Global - Locally!

With the world moving towards globalization, it is vital that not only the nation as a whole, but that those at the local levels follow. President Obama set a goal to double exports beginning in 2010. In 2012, the Department of Commerce revealed that 50 U.S. metropolitan areas sent more than $1 trillion in merchandise all over the world. 

Continue reading >


Your viewing page 1 of 7 pages  1 2 3 >  Last ›