Fairfax County lands StarKist headquarters; company will create 83 new jobs at new base in Reston

Gov. Ralph Northam announced today that StarKist Co., a food company that provides trusted, healthy, shelf-stable seafood and chicken in the United States, will invest $3.6 million to relocate its […]


Innovation, talent and infrastructure: Q&A with Reston-based ScientiaMobile marketing VP Ken Jones

Based in Reston, ScientiaMobile provides accurate mobile device intelligence and image optimization solutions that improve the mobile experience and make web pages load faster. Formed in 2011, ScientiaMobile’s device detection […]


Beanstalk, an innovative indoor vertical farm startup, to expand production in Fairfax County and grow by 29 jobs

Gov. Ralph Northam announced today that Beanstalk, an indoor vertical farming startup, will create 29 new jobs and invest more than $2 million to expand production and relocate within Fairfax […]


Guidehouse to establish global headquarters operation in Fairfax County, create more than 900 new jobs

Gov. Ralph Northam today announced that Guidehouse, a leading consultancy and solutions provider to the public and commercial sectors, will invest $12.7 million to establish a global headquarters operation in […]


Custom technology solutions company Ridgeline International creating 162 new jobs in Fairfax County

Gov. Ralph Northam today announced that Ridgeline International, Inc., a technology-based solutions provider for the federal government, commercial and nonprofit sectors, will invest $1.75 million to expand its operation in […]


Innovation in Fairfax County: Leidos

Headquartered in Reston, Leidos is a science and technology solutions leader working to address some of the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil and healthcare markets. […]


Innovation in Fairfax County: Bode Technology

For more than 25 years, Bode Technology, based in Lorton, has served the law enforcement and identification markets to provide state-of-the-art human DNA analysis and innovative DNA collection products. CEO […]


Innovation in Fairfax County: Senseware

Senseware, a Tysons-based Internet of Things (IoT) company, has developed technology that provides continuous air quality monitoring usable as an early-warning system to detect whether or not an airborne biological threat is present and whether or not ventilation dead zones exist that are ripe for virus contagion. In the fall, the company plans to integrate its technology with a pathogen sensor that can detect the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.


Innovation in Fairfax County: HawkEye 360

HawkEye 360, a radio frequency (RF) data analytics company based in Herndon, operates a first-of-its-kind commercial satellite constellation to identify, process and geo-locate a broad set of RF signals especially for defense, security and intelligence missions. John Serafini, chief executive officer, spoke to the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority about HawkEye 360, including the applications of its satellite technology operations, hiring projections, and why Fairfax County is a great place for the company’s headquarters.


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Tysons-based is a smart home and business technology company that creates tech services to deepen the connection between people and the things they care about the most – their […]