The Shenandoah Valley Partnership (SVP) works with public and private partners at the local, regional, and state level to develop an economic climate for business success throughout the Shenandoah Valley. Through regional cooperation, the SVP brings together business, government, and education leaders to attract new business to the area, help existing businesses expand, and guide strategic workforce development to grow and sustain a healthy economic future for our region.
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The Shenandoah Valley Partnership (SVP) is an energetic and forward-looking organization seeking to increase economic prosperity in the Shenandoah Valley. By providing a forum for cooperation and collaboration throughout the Valley’s counties and independent cities, private-sector businesses, and educational institutions, the Partnership:
- Encourages businesses to establish operations in the Shenandoah Valley through capital investments and job creation
- Serves as an advocate for the expansion of existing business facilities
- Assists with regional workforce development efforts
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News & Updates
> The Shenandoah Valley Partnership Hires Jay A. Langston As Executive Director more
> GO Virginia How-to-Apply Webinar more
> Governor Northam Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investment in Augusta County: Sumitomo Machinery Corporation of America to update machinery at manufacturing operation more
> Governor Northam Announces, $41.6 Million Investment, 88 New Jobs in Rockingham County: InterChange Cold Storage, LLC to build major new cold storage and blast freezing more
> Governor Northam Announces 30 New Jobs in Augusta County: NIBCO to invest $14 million to expand metal manufacturing operation, retrain employees on new equipment more
> GO Virginia Region 8 Welcomes New Program Director: Economic and business development professional to provide support for regional council. more
> SVP Launches New Regional Economic Development Website more
> Governor Northam Announces 34 New Jobs in Augusta County: ComSonics, Inc. to expand electronics manufacturing operation more
Read the SVP 2017-18 Annual Report here or click here for a downloadable version to learn more about recent economic activity, marketing efforts, and public and private investors.