"Business growth in Chesterfield County is looking positive, according to Garrett Hart, Development Manager for Chesterfield County Economic Development. So far in 2008, new business projects have created over $75 million in capital investment and 500 jobs, twice the business activity of last year.Read the entire story at http://villagenewsonline.net/
Among those new businesses contributing to Chesterfield’s business growth are industry giants Mazda, GlaxoSmithKline, and Trainor Glass. The move of such high-profile companies, Hart notes, is especially advantageous for the county, as it will help attract other companies to the area."
Monday, July 07, 2008
The Village News has also reported on the positive economic development activity over the past year. Here's an excerpt from the story.
Posted by Chesterfield Economic Development at 5:30 PM