Testimonials

Nestlé USA

             Nestlé USA carefully considered a number of locations and Arlington hit all the marks. The area offers appealing benefits for our current employees as well as a great talent pool for the future. This location allows us to be closer to our business operations, our customers and other important stakeholders.

— Paul Grimwood, Chairman & CEO
 

Grant Thornton 

             This move reinforces Grant Thornton’s commitment to Virginia and Arlington County, we’ll be combining our area offices to create a more efficient footprint, but also the ‘workplace of the future’.

—  Jamie Fowler, Managing Partner
 

Basket Savings 

             There are hundreds of millions of consumers that haven’t benefited from the wave of innovation in commerce because they don’t live in the middle of New York or San Francisco. Virginia is an incredible cross section of America and the perfect location for us to invest in the community and in growing our company.

—  Neil Kataria, Founder & CEO
 

Opower 

             We are excited to work with our partners to design what will be one of the most dynamic workplaces in the region. We look forward to continuing to call Arlington home as we work with our utility clients help build a clean energy future.

—  Alex Laskey, President & Co-founder
 

GW Medical Faculty Associates

             We are very optimistic about our company’s future in Arlington.

—  Kenneth Marter, CFO

 

Lidl US

             We want to thank the teams in Arlington, who recognized Lidl’s potential and worked with us to bring Lidl to the area.

—  Brendan Proctor, President & CEO

 

APT

             We are excited to take on a new chapter in our growth with an expanded headquarters that will continue to attract some of the very best tech talent to our region, we look forward to continuing to call Arlington home.

—  Anthony Bruce, CEO

 

Phone2Action

             We are thrilled to accept the invitation of Virginia to bring our headquarters to this dynamic state, Virginia and Arlington attract a top-notch talent pool that our company needs to continue leading the digital transformation of advocacy.

—  Ximena Hartstock, Founder & CEO

 

Bluevector

             The Commonwealth of Virginia has helped foster this company’s success by acquiring the BluVector technology very early in its lifecycle. That initial support – along with the support of local Arlington economic initiatives – made today possible, and of course, demonstrates this is a great place to do business.

—  Kris Lovejoy, CEO

 

Bloomberg BNA

             Bloomberg BNA is excited to expand our investment and operations in Arlington, Virginia, as we are achieving record growth across our business. Both Arlington County and the Commonwealth of Virginia have been great partners to work with on this project, and we look forward to the next phases of our expansion.

—  Greg McCaffery, President & CEO

 

Graham Holdings Co.

             The Washington Metropolitan Area has been home to Graham Holdings and our predecessor company, The Washington Post Company, for nearly 150 years. Situated at the center of government, the access to the events and people who shape the world can’t be beat. With one of the most educated workforces and being one of the top-ranked areas in the country for start-up companies, there is no lack of talent to power our company’s growth. We particularly enjoy our headquarters in Rosslyn, VA. There is great leadership in the business community and the county is very business friendly. We have quick and easy access to Washington, DC. We are extremely impressed by the high quality school system in Arlington and consider our area a great place to live, work, and play. While all of the above are great, we brag most about the spectacular views from our office suite. They are the best in Virginia…amazing views of the nation’s capital, Georgetown, the Iwo Jima and Arlington Cemetery. We have it all in Rosslyn!

—  Tim O’Shaughnessy, CEO

PBS

             PBS relocated its headquarters to Arlington in 2006. In the intervening years, the area has undergone dramatic transformation and revitalization. We are located in close proximity to multiple forms of public transit, there are great retail and food options just steps from our building, and we’ve developed partnerships with local organizations such as Bike Arlington and the Arlington Artists Alliance’s Art Underground that have further strengthened our connection to this vibrant neighborhood. We are also proud to work alongside innovative organizations that are bringing great talent to the area such as WeWork and Eastern Foundry. Being headquartered in Arlington has brought innovation and creative energy to both PBS and our employees, and we’re proud to call northern Virginia our home.

—  Paula Kerger, CEO

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