Top 5 CARES Act Programs for Business

by Andrea Winey

Post written by Grafton deButts, VP of Membership & Government Affairs View the Chamber’s COVID-19 Resource Page here Late into the night on Wednesday, the United States Senate passed the CARES Act.  By all accounts by Friday evening the President will be signing this historic $2 trillion relief package for our businesses and for our […]

Latest update from the Loudoun Small Business Development Center

by Andrea Winey

Eric Byrd, Manager, Loudoun Small Business Development Center (SBDC), ebyrd4@gmu.edu; (703)466-0466 (office) The Virginia SBDC network is assisting people filling out Economic Injury Assistance Loans (EIDL) applications. We’re gathering questions people are running into  so we are prepared to assist. Please contact the Loudoun Small Business Development Center with any questions you may have. Loudoun SBDC will […]

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An Update from President & CEO, Tony Howard

by Andrea Winey

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Legendary civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Dear Loudoun Chamber community: After observing the words and actions of so many Loudoun County business leaders, nonprofit professionals […]

Supporting Our Local Restaurants!

by Andrea Winey

As we continue to support our local restaurant industry, please feel free to let us know if there are more restaurants to add to this list. Please use the contact form here.  Click here to see the Leesburg To Go website for info on Leesburg restaurants offering curbside and delivery options.  Loudoun Economic Development has […]

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An Update from President & CEO Tony Howard, 3.18.2020

by Andrea Winey

Declaration of a Local Emergency Dear Loudoun Chamber community: By now, unless you are essential personnel responsible for public health or public safety duties, you are probably working from home. So thank you! Because that means you are doing your part to defeat this nasty Novel Coronavirus. While our lives have changed, temporarily, life goes […]

An Update from President & CEO Tony Howard 3.13.2020

by Andrea Winey

March 13, 2020 – Stay updated on all info/resources regarding the Coronavirus here Dear Loudoun Chamber members: Given the severity of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and to help keep this virus from spreading further, the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s office will remain closed and all events postponed through April 10th. This office closure may be […]

The Chamber Is Open For Business Because Our Members Are Open For Business.

by Andrea Winey

Due to the Coronavirus, the Chamber office is closed and events are postponed until further notice. The staff are teleworking and we are available on email, via phone or on Zoom calls and are happy to help with anything you need! Contact Staff Here Information for Businesses SBA Small Business Association:  Guidance for Businesses and […]

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2020 General Assembly Priorities Update

by Andrea Winey

Post written by Grafton deButts, VP of Membership & Government Affairs As the 2020 Virginia General Assembly reaches the finish line, a week later than planned, the Virginia business community can be proud to have achieved several important victories this legislative session. But the Commonwealth’s employers will also have to contend with new laws that […]

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Coronavirus Update from Tony Howard 3.13.2020

by Andrea Winey

Dear Loudoun Chamber members: After serious consideration of the issues involving the Novel Coronavirus pandemic facing our community and our nation, and after consultation with local public health and public safety officials, the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce has decided to suspend public events and member-focused committee meetings through Friday, March 27, 2020. The Chamber office […]

Richmond Public Policy Trip February 2020

by Andrea Winey

The Loudoun Chamber Goes to Richmond Post written by Grafton deButts, VP of Membership & Government Affairs On Thursday, February 13, 2020, Loudoun Business Leaders traveled to Richmond to advocate for our key priorities this year and had an opportunity to meet with key leaders who are influential in these efforts. Economic Development They day […]

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