Greater Richmond Chamber Launches ‘i.e.’ Over the course of discussions with various community and business leaders—including Andy Stefanovich with Prophet, Richmond Times-Dispatch publisher Tom Silvestri, the Creative Change Center’s executive director Chrystal Wake, John Sarvay of Floricane and West Cary Group partner Moses Foster—the Chamber has set the groundwork to promote RVA’s creative community. The […]
The RVA Downtown initiative is not a traditional branding campaign. The goal isn’t to coin a catchy phrase or to craft clever advertising. Instead, the focus of our efforts is to recognize the groundswell of creativity and innovation that originates here and to build on this momentum by encouraging creativity in all aspects of the community.
Greater Richmond businesses are making a statement: stay here, grow here. In a six-week period between October and December, seven companies announced they are adding nearly 1,900 new jobs and several are expanding and investing more than $50.7 million. The level of confidence these businesses show for Greater Richmond’s business climate is more than encouraging. It’s critical.
With the economy showing signs of momentum, now is the time to buy your loft or condo. They’re chic, eco-smart & going fast.