Resources for Entrepreneurs and Businesses in Brunswick County, Virginia
Brunswick County, Virginia is located on Highway 58 and Interstate 85, on the border of Virginia and North Carolina. It includes 3 incorporated Towns: Alberta, Broadnax (also in Mecklenburg County), and Lawrenceville (the Brunswick county seat). As of the 2020 census, the county population was 15,849. [Wikipedia]
Brunswick County, Virginia has many resources available for entrepreneurs and small businesses. In addition to strong local resources, Brunswick County has access to many regional, state, and national programs.
Brunswick County Economic Development Department
Alfreda Jarrett Reynolds
Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce
Brunswick County Industrial Development Authority
Merchant Assistance Program (MAP)
The MAP program is offered by the Brunswick County IDA.
Lake Country Development Corporation Loan Fund
Longwood Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Katherine Anne Beale
Metropolitan Business League
Virginia's Growth Alliance
Virginia Cooperative Extension - Brunswick County
Town of Lawrenceville Farmers Market
TALENT & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
Southside Virginia Community College
Virginia Career Works - South Central Region
Generator Student Entrepreneurship Program
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Business Resource Directory
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