Ventech Solutions Plans Innovation, Operations and Engineering Center in Prince William County, Virginia
“We are pleased to establish our IOE center in Prince William County,” said Mike Carrier, Chairman, Ventech Solutions. “The location offers a strategic and operational advantage to support our clients and our innovation practices. The state of Virginia and Prince William County officials have been very helpful during the site selection and establishing the center. As we continue to ramp up our operations in Virginia, we look forward to a long-term partnership with state and county economic development agencies.”
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership worked with Prince William County to secure the project for Virginia. Funding and services to support the company’s employee training activities will be provided through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program, administered by VEDP. The company is also eligible to receive a Major Business Facility Job Tax Credit.
“My top priority as Governor is to diversify Virginia’s economy and create more private sector jobs for our citizens. In order to build a new Virginia economy, we need to attract high-tech companies like Ventech Solutions, which provide well-paying jobs and help strengthen our communities. As strong companies continue to establish operations in the Commonwealth, we will make Virginia the leading state for information technology firms”, said Governor Terry McAuliffe.
“This announcement is another testament to Virginia’s talented workforce, best-in-class business environment and great infrastructure. Information technology is a tremendous growth sector, and an industry in which Virginia has limitless advantages and opportunities,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones. “We welcome Ventech Solutions to Prince William County and Virginia as the company grows, and look forward to its future success.”
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