More and more companies are discovering the dynamic, diverse and cosmopolitan business community in Fairfax County, the business and technology center of the Washington, D.C., area.
The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority has had a Boston office since January 2013. The office serves as a resource for New England companies who are interested in expanding into the Washington, D.C., area and want to find the best location in which to do that.
|Patrick Bench||Ted Carr|
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
c/o Patrick Bench / Ted Carr
70 Franklin Street
Boston, MA 02110
Patrick Bench mobile: 617-391-9651
Ted Carr mobile: 617-391-9639
Fairfax County's dynamic business community is on the forefront of one of the strongest economies in the country. Along with its well-known strengths in government and defense technology, the county has large and growing numbers of commercial IT, financial, software, communications and technology management service providers.
Fairfax County is a highly desirable business location for companies of all sizes and especially businesses that specialize in technical and business services. With its diverse business base, firms come to Fairfax County for its east coast location, proximity to the federal government in neighboring Washington, D.C., the well-educated workforce and the high quality of life.
Companies that expand operations to Fairfax County are able to take advantage of our highly skilled workforce, a vibrant business community that includes more than 6,700 technology companies, proximity to the Department of Defense and civilian agencies that issue billions of dollars in procurement opportunities each year, and the contractors that work with government agencies.
Please contact our Boston office to learn more details about how your business can benefit from a Fairfax County location.