Beyond COVID-19: NOVA Business Resiliency Webinars
In light of the current global pandemic, the Northern Virginia Economic Development Alliance (NOVA EDA) is taking action. We are proud to announce the launch of a three-part, 12 session webinar series: “Beyond COVID-19: NOVA Business Resiliency Webinars.”
Created for NOVA businesses to ensure they have the latest and best possible information from a variety of experts, these webinars will focus on how to keep moving forward during and after the current global pandemic. It will convene experts spanning issues such as government financing, staffing, technology readiness, healthy workplaces, new business and revenue models, customer retention, and more.
Session One: COVID-19 Business Survival Toolkit
Session Two: In-Depth Funding & Financing
Session Three: Staffing: What’s Best for My Business, What’s Best for My People?
Session Four: Keeping My Customers and Finding New Ones in This Climate
NOVA EDA COVID-19 Resources
Created by the NOVA EDA members, this is a list of City and County COVID-19 resources for each jurisdiction in Northern Virginia. It also includes links to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s programs for small businesses.
The Effect of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the Washington Region’s Economy
Authored by Jeannette Chapman, Director of the Fuller Institute, The Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, this study examines the economic impacts of the covid-19 virus on the Capital Region.
The Northern Virginia Economic Development Alliance Memorandum of Agreement
Ten Northern Virginia jurisdictions joined together for the first time under this Memorandum of Agreement. It creates the opportunity for more collaboration, and a stronger regional brand.
Press Release Announcing the NOVA EDA
On September 16th, 2019, the Northern Virginia Economic Development Alliance announced its formation. This press release was made public at that time.
Letter of Support for Amazon HQ2 Project
On December 13th, 2019, the members of the NOVA EDA signed a letter in support of the Amazon HQ2 project. The full letter can be found below.