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Richmond: Love What You Find

Relocating to Greater Richmond, Virginia? You will find what you love, and love what you find.

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The City of Richmond & Counties of Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico

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BGB explains transition from UK

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Ian Hemstock of BGB Technology details the process of expanding the business across the pond.

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Elephant sees steady growth

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Elephant, a subsidiary of UK-based Admiral Group, plc, calls Henrico County an extraordinary place to do business.

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ITL finds new home in Hanover

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Supporting the US medical industry has become much easier after the UK company opened an office stateside.

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For businesses in the United Kingdom, Greater Richmond seems like a second home.

Virginia was settled by the Virginia Company, a for-profit entity established by the British government. Richmond’s future location at the falls of the James River was noted in 1607 and the city was founded in 1737 to serve as a central marketplace and collection point for Virginia exports to England. The City of Richmond was named after a reminiscent view from Richmond upon Thames.

Ideally situated in the heart of the East Coast economic corridor, the Richmond metropolitan area encompasses nearly 14,807 square kilometers (5,717 square miles) and has a population of over 1.2 million people.

The diverse local economy produces experienced and productive workers with the skills required for 21st century research, production, and headquarters operations. Greater Richmond offers the cultural and recreational opportunities of a large city with minimal traffic congestion and an average 25-minute commute.

Investments in the United States continue to be an excellent opportunity for international businesses looking to expand operations. The United States attracts capital not only because of lower taxes, but also because of greater U.S. consumer wealth and labor productivity.

The Greater Richmond Partnership has been assisting UK-based companies for the last 20 years, and is well equipped and well connected to guide your business through the steps necessary to establish your presence in the Richmond Region.

UK-specific brochure

Download our guide that provides general data and statistics on the Greater Richmond area, as well as examples of British companies located here.

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UK-related Business News

UK Companies in the Region
Rolls-Royce Logo Altius Associates Logo Power Distribution Inc. Logo Indivior Logo G 4 S Justice Services - Business Development Logo Willis of Virginia, Inc Logo Proseal America, Inc Logo Technology International Inc. Logo Dickinson Legg Logo Quantum Silicones (Qsi) Logo Vireol Bio Energy LLC Logo Elephant Insurance Logo Green Biologics, Inc. Logo ITL Virginia, Inc. Logo Altadis USA - Allied Products Logo Compare.com Logo Canteen Vending Services Logo Stalwart Films Logo Essentra Porous Technologies Logo BUNZL - Richmond Logo BGB Technology, Inc. Logo Ferguson Enterprises Logo Optikinetics Ltd. Logo LugPlugs Logo Cerulean, Inc. Logo Molins Richmond Logo
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