Tazewell County is continually working to encourage diversification and attract hi-tech companies...
...Business attraction to Tazewell County remains a priority as we seek to grow and diversify our region. Tazewell County strives to be on the forefront of any new business activity that may come through the e-Region channel (Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority-VCEDA), the Virginia Economic Development Partnership or from independent marketing to locate potential companies who want to come to an area that is truly a Live-Learn-Work and Play environment. There is a tremendous effort to grow our county which begins with our County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) and Economic Development department and expands to the Board of Supervisors(BOS) and many of our county and regional partners.
The Bluestone Business and Technology Center is the County’s major draw for a hi-tech company wanting to come to Southwest Virginia. The Center is ready for your business. Be part of this exciting location and all it will offer you in the future.
Regional Educational Partners who play a major role in helping attract business to Tazewell County include Southwest Virginia Community College, Bluefield State College on the WV side, Virginia Tech and UVA Wise. Tazewell County relies on cooperation from these entities in showing that we have the necessary educational component so necessary for hi-tech companies who want to locate in our beautiful county.
Come to our Region
Virginia’s e-Region is a Southeastern U.S. location for electronic information technology, energy, education and emerging specialty manufacturing. The Region is marketed by the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority (VCEDA). VCEDA operates several unique incentive and financing programs to encourage new job creation and economic diversification. Financial support for fixed assets, construction of buildings for sale or lease, installation of utilities and direct loans to private for profit basic employers and industrial development authorities. Financing is based in part upon the number of new jobs created, wage rates and amount of private investment.
The region welcomes and supports new businesses and entrepreneurs, and also has an aggressive existing industry support program that includes scheduled visitations to inform companies of resources and training, as well as to listen to their needs and concerns.