Students enrolled in two Artis College of Science and Technology courses conducted impactful undergraduate research at the New River Valley Commerce Park this year.
The NRVRC is in the process of updating the New River Valley Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) document for 2019-20. The CEDS provides a review of economic data and conditions for NRVRC jurisdictions, identifies goals and strategies that help to addresses these regional issues, and prioritizes regional economic development projects that the region can undertake to achieve these goals.
RIDE Solutions teamed up this year with FloydFest’s producers to offer carpooling incentives for festival goers. Encouraging attendees to use carpooling to reduce their costs, their environmental footprint, and the parking headache has been an annual challenge.
Virginia’s First Regional Industrial Facility Authority (VFRIFA) is soliciting website design consultants and/or companies for proposal to redesign the NRV Commerce Park website (www.nrvcommercepark.com). The current website is outdated and difficult to use on mobile devices, so VFRIFA wishes to have a new, comprehensively redesigned website created to market the 1,000-acre industrial park to prospective companies.
Montgomery County, Virginia – In partnership with the New River Valley Regional Commission, Montgomery County and City of Radford are seeking feedback from citizens regarding the current status of broadband in our communities. Please visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BroadbandSurvey to share your feedback.
Are You Part of the Podcast Craze? Well, the New River/Mount Rogers Workforce Development Board is! Their podcast Work Talk has been having great results with sharing workforce related information to listeners from all over the Commonwealth (and some from around the country, and, well, a few from around the world, too).