Board members of the Industrial Development Authority of Danville on Thursday approved financial help to renovate space downtown so a small startup technology-based company could lease it. The space in the top floor of the building next to ...
Startup, store may come to Danville downtown
Danville tobacco company partners with Institute
JTI Leaf Services in Danville partnered with the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research for needed laboratory services to ensure quality tobacco blends. Since the announcement of the joint venture company in 2009, JTI Leaf Services quickly ...
Danville college focuses on training students to get jobs
Danville Community College has taken an aggressive role in training Southside’s workforce. The college even has a whole facility — RCATT — dedicated to training to assist with economic development. Each year DCC partners with up to 25 businesses ...
New office space available in the River District
The River District is now home to 7,056 square feet of new office space. Our Common Ground LLC, a company owned by Danvillian Barry Koplen and former Danvillian Sarah Lee Michaels, has purchased and renovated the former Franklin Discount ...
Southside cooperative expands to attract money, jobs
High-tech companies wouldn’t want to come to the region without access to broadband to send large amounts of data quickly. Twelve years ago, Southside leaders foresaw the need for the rural region to be able to compete like this with larger ...
A New Economic Outlook Report is Now Available!
In this document, you will find key pieces of data that will give you a clear view of the city of Danville’s economic condition.