RIoT Foundations Program assists small business owners, startup founders, or prospective entrepreneurs interested in exploring their business idea more, interested in starting a business, and/or who are looking to grow and scale their business.
The following businesses renewed or signed new leases for commercial space in the City of Fredericksburg.
The City intends to borrow roughly $75 million to fund a new middle school, storm water and sanitary sewer infrastructure upgrades, and to advance work on a new fire station.
Coldwell Banker Commercial Elite reports the following recent lease transactions in Fredericksburg
The University of Mary Washington is preparing to construct a new home for its fine and performing arts programs at the corner of William Street and Sunken Road near downtown Fredericksburg.
The University of Mary Washington has earned rankings in recent editions of Washington Monthly and The Princeton Review.
Kickshaws Gluten-Free Bakery in Fredericksburg’s Central Park development recently won high marks for a unique cake promoting world peace.
Look for an October opening for 5.11 Tactical at 1501 Central Park Blvd. across from ULTA in Fredericksburg’s Central Park shopping center.
The RIoT Accelerator Program’s first Virginia cohort concluded with a pitch night in historic Downtown Fredericksburg last week. Five companies from the cohort pitched their businesses to a panel of judges.
WTOP readers and listeners nominated a number of local businesses in Washington, Maryland and Virginia that serve baked goods. Out of hundreds of restaurants and eateries, Paul’s Bakery in Fredericksburg ranked no. 8.
The Department of Economic Development and Tourism invites City of Fredericksburg (22401) businesses to participate as exhibitors during the University of Mary Washington (UMW) Eagle Resource Fair.
With the launch of the first VA-based RIoT Accelerator Program in April, graduates from the inaugural cohort are ready to take the stage.