The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce blog shares insights, industry information and best practices for area businesses and our community at large. Contributors are experts in our community, and around the world.Results Found: 20Wednesday, May 30, 2018
The Pink Elephant is giving back to the Greater Springfield community, one article of clothing at a time! Also offering housewares, check out The Pink Elephant and see how you can help your neighborhood and the environment!
Julia ReynoldsWednesday, January 17, 2018
Social media is social. So, before you start wondering how to get more engagement, think about how you would get the attention of someone you wanted to meet and become better friends with offline.
Christina R. GreenTuesday, July 18, 2017
With LinkedIn you can generate leads, produce sales and hire top professionals to fuel your growth.
Brandon HajekWednesday, May 24, 2017
Pro-growth government policy helps generate jobs and economic activity that benefits everyone. One measure of an area’s economic status is its office vacancy rate.
Supervisor John C. CookWednesday, January 18, 2017
Lake Accotink Park Master Plan Revision project is underway but community comments are still requested.
Gayle HooperWednesday, January 11, 2017
Reports from the Department of Tax Administration show that Springfield Town Center is the third most valuable property in Fairfax County.
Jeff McKayMonday, December 19, 2016
Regulatory reform is an institutional debate between the branches of our government. Entering this debate, Congress needs to abandon political agendas and focus on its institutional role under Article I of the U.S. Constitution, which gives it “all legislative powers.”
Bill KovacsWednesday, August 24, 2016
Over the last several centuries, the principles of federalism have evolved, and the powers of the federal government have greatly expanded at the expense of state sovereignty.
Bill KovacsTuesday, July 12, 2016
County’s tourism industry is a $2.8 billion behemoth, supporting nearly 30,000 jobs and a track record of helping our county’s economy flourish.
Supervisor John C. Cook