Capital Climate for Your Corporate HQ

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The world at their feet, global giants such as Volkswagen and Bechtel opt for corporate headquarters in Fairfax County.

A diverse, 3.5 million person workforce, unparalleled accessibility (25 minutes to Washington Dulles International Airport), and attractive quality of life make for a distinctive business climate in Fairfax County. Leidos, Freddie Mac, and Capital One are among 10 Fortune 500 corporate headquarters in Virginia’s Fairfax County, home to the most foreign-owned or foreign-affiliated companies in Greater Washington. Capitalize on remarkable resources and leverage strategic partnerships when you move your HQ to Fairfax County.

Countless major companies across multiple industries, from healthcare to information technology to real estate, have chosen Fairfax County to call home. Having your company headquarters in Fairfax County means strategic positioning, as Washington, D.C., is just a half-hour drive away. Additionally, accessibility to attractive incentives and financial services await you in Northern Virginia’s pro-business environment.

In recent years, Amazon chose New York City and Arlington, Virginia to put down new roots. It chose these two areas as an ideal place in the United States for leveraging a skilled workforce and bright talent, according to USA Today.

Following in Amazon’s footsteps, there is now a long list of companies headquartered in Northern Virginia. Join some of these major players in Northern Virginia: Northrop Grumman (Falls Church), NVR Inc. (Reston), Booz Allen Hamilton (McLean), Boeing (Arlington), Raytheon (Arlington), Beacon Roofing (Herndon), and DXC Technology (Ashburn), just to name a few.

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David Kelley

David Kelley

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