SVA’s corporate partners have demonstrated – more than ever – their commitment to SVA’s mission, offering key resources to SVA members during these unprecedented and often challenging times.
Startup Virginia (SVA) is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from Truist Financial Corporation. These funds will support entrepreneurial education programming and allow SVA to continue supporting its member companies with workshops to address current business needs and holistic programs, including values-based leadership training, roundtables, and more.
Will award up to $725,000 to Programs Promoting Business Acceleration RICHMOND – The Board of Directors of Activation Capital, with the support of Activation Council – representing stakeholders and entrepreneurs in the RVA innovation ecosystem – awarded up to $500,000 to Startup Virginia, the high-growth incubator located in Shockoe Bottom at the 1717 Innovation Center […]
Thanks to a $100,000 grant, the nonprofit will teach Values Based Leadership to startup teams Richmond, V.A.: Startup Virginia (SVA) today announced a new leadership development program for its members, thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Luck Companies Foundation. Half of the award will go to further SVA’s mission, and the other half to […]