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Tech Connect: Fitness Startup SweatWorks One of Arlington's Fastest-Growing Companies
This month's TechConnect Profile highlights Arlington-based SweatWorks. Founded in 2012, SweatWorks is the leading technology company in the fitness industry, providing digital creative and hardware solutions. SweatWorks roster of clients includes notable national brands  Equinox, CityRow, SoulCycle, Spartan, Strava, Nike, Beachbody, Garmin, CLMBR, and many more.

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Subsidio 2.0 para Pequeños Negocios de Arlington
Subsidio 2.0 para Pequeños Negocios de Arlington
Para muchos propietarios de pequeños negocios, los últimos 18 meses han sido increíblemente desafiantes. Los propietarios de pequeños negocios han estado enfrentando diversos desafíos, desde garantizar la seguridad de los clientes y empleados hasta ajustar los modelos de negocios para cumplir con las medidas de distanciamiento social. 

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Small Business Focus: Arlington Small Business GRANT 2.0
Small Business Focus: Arlington Small Business GRANT 2.0
For many small business owners, the past 18 months have been incredibly challenging. Small business owners have been juggling a lot, from ensuring the safety of customers and employees to adjusting business models to comply with social distancing measures.

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Senior GMU Intern Looks at Entertainment Gaming Sector
Senior GMU Intern Looks at Entertainment Gaming Sector
GMU student Jordan Hull gives a first hand look at gaming as a new tech sector in Arlington.

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TechConnect: Shift5, Inc.
TechConnect: Shift5, Inc.
Founded in 2018, Shift5 is a computer software and cybersecurity company that offers interlocking products from hardware to SaaS that defend customers’ fleet assets through data capture, visualizations, analytics and alerts. In July 2021, We connected with Shift5’s CEO, Josh Lospinoso, to discuss cyber threats, the company’s rapid growth, the advantages of being based in Arlington and the future for the company.

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Virginia's "Return to Earn" Grant Program
Virginia's "Return to Earn" Grant Program
The Return to Earn grant program will match bonuses made by eligible small businesses up to $500 for new hires.

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Q2 Talent Corner: A Quarter of Accolades 
Q2 Talent Corner: A Quarter of Accolades 
Arlington and the surrounding D.C.-metro region are well-known for their high-caliber tech talent, but some awards stand above the rest. For example, Smart Asset named Arlington the Best City for Women in Tech, CBRE’s Scoring Tech Talent Report listed the D.C.-metro region as the third-best tech talent market in North America and Business Facilities ranked Virginia as the state with the best tech talent pipeline.  

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Biz Talk: A Look Back on Economic Development in FY21
Biz Talk: A Look Back on Economic Development in FY21
In this article written for ARLnow, Arlington Economic Development Director of Business Investment Marian Marquez looks back over the past twelve months and reflects on our successes, challenges and opportunities.

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GMU Researchship Explores Sector Development
GMU Researchship Explores Sector Development
George Mason University Business School pioneers a new Researchship program for graduate students. Clare Sullivan weighs in on the experience.

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Tech Connect: Business Intelligence Startup Lovelytics on Track to Double Revenue in 2021
Tech Connect: Business Intelligence Startup Lovelytics on Track to Double Revenue in 2021
Founded in 2017, Lovelytics is a business intelligence services firm that uses Tableau, Databricks, and other leading analytics platforms to provide clients with a better understanding of their data and help make smarter business decisions. The company provides top data architecture and the finest talent in the Tableau community to fulfill their clients’ needs.

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Return on Creativity: Return to Work
Return on Creativity: Return to Work
The July 13 Return on Creativity event will host industry leaders and officials facing changes to what returning to work might look like. Expect the unexpected.

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Austrian Manufacturing Company Establishes First U.S. Office in Arlington
Austrian Manufacturing Company Establishes First U.S. Office in Arlington
TELE is an industrial electronics, manufacturing, and services company headquartered in Vienna, Austria, with customers and distribution partners in more than 50 countries. Find out why they chose Arlington for their U.S. headquarters. 

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Australian Digital Intelligence Start-up Seizes Opportunities in Arlington
Australian Digital Intelligence Startup Seizes Opportunities in Arlington
Fivecast, a world-leading provider of digital intelligence solutions, deploys advanced data collection and AI-enabled analytics to help government, national security, law enforcement and defense agencies solve intelligence challenges.

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Return on Creativity: The Impact of Rebranding
Return on Creativity: The Impact of Rebranding
When Michael Dumlao, Senior Brand and Diversity Advisor at Booz Allen Hamilton, was tapped to lead a rebranding effort in 2015, he never imagined it would impact his own life's work along the way.

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Japanese Conglomorate Continues to Grow in Arlington
Japanese Conglomorate Continues to Grow in Arlington
Mr. Shin Takahashi, Chairman of the Board and Head of Government Relations and Public Policy for NEC Corporation of America (NECAM), shares why Arlington is an attractive location for international businesses.

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TechConnect: VerticalApps Earns Distinctions for Growth and Workplace Culture
TechConnect: VerticalApps Earns Distinctions for Growth and Workplace Culture
This month’s TechConnect Profile will highlight Arlington-based VerticalApps. Founded in 2010, Arlington-based VerticalApps provides unique IT solutions to Federal agencies with specialties in application development, data services, and intelligent automation. 

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Virginia's Tech Talent Pipeline Poised for Growth
Virginia's Tech Talent Pipeline Poised for Growth
The region’s tech talent infrastructure continues to gain steam as a series of major announcements set the stage for an exciting future for tech talent growth. Companies in Arlington are well-positioned to reap long-term benefits from these investments over the coming years, as Arlington and Virginia invest billions into the workforce pipeline for a tech talent market that already ranks #2 in the United States, per CBRE. 

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The Next Big Name in STEM Might Be a Four Year Old Girl.
The Next Big Name in STEM Might Be a Four Year Old Girl.
When should girls start learning coding and engineering skills? Rosie Riveters thinks four years old is perfect.
 

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MEET THE CEO: Leslie Steele, InterImage
Meet The CEO: Leslie Steele, InterImage
Founded in 1996, InterImage is an award-winning, women-owned business that delivers IT modernization for the Department of Defense (DOD), Law Enforcement, and Transportation customers and other federal civilian agencies and commercial companies. We interviewed CEO Leslie Steele to find out what's next for InterImage.

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TechConnect: DeepSig Inc Opens AI Lab in Rosslyn and Raises $5M in Series A
TechConnect: DeepSig Opens AI Lab in Rosslyn and Raises $5M in Series A
Founded in 2017, DeepSig Inc. is a venture-backed and product-centric technology company developing revolutionary wireless processing software solutions by using cutting-edge machine learning techniques to transform baseband processing, wireless sensing, and other key wireless applications.

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