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Under the deal, Brickyard will also provide a dedicated desk for a small-business coach from the Flory Business Center at no cost to the county “as part of the shared goal to grow and foster new and existing small businesses and entrepreneurial ventures within the community and county at-large,”

 

Brickyard is expected to create a business community that offers networking and educational events, mentorship programs, meetups and technical assistance programs.

 

...these incubator programs can help entrepreneurs take an idea or vision, form that idea into a business and begin the initial phases of business-building with a support system that helps keep overhead manageable.

 

Brickyard is constantly responding to the evolving demand of local workers in our community,” founder Ann Orem stated.

Brickyard Selects Prince William County's Growing Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for Latest Northern Virginia Coworking Community Space

Published: Oct 3, 2018

 

This new venture, named The Brickyard, is a project co-founded and bootstrapped by Singh along with Ann Orem, a director at Va.-based Clarke-Hook Real Estate.

 

This new venture, named The Brickyard, is a project co-founded and bootstrapped by Singh along with Ann Orem, a director at Va.-based Clarke-Hook Real Estate.

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It will be the first coworking space to open in Prince William County and is the result of a $400,000 public-private partnership grant that Brickyard received from the county in October [2018] for office equipment and tenant improvements.

The 7,100-square-foot Woodbridge location will have 24 desks and 20 private offices.

Brickyard will also open a location this summer in Chantilly, in the West Fairfax Commerce Center

 

“When we were considering where to locate our next facility, Prince William County was the obvious choice. The confluence of its talented workforce, enhanced by its cutting-edge educational institutions and its large military veteran population...its strategic location; robust infrastructure; and supportive business climate, makes a compelling business case and is frankly the secret to its success,”

 

"Coworking spaces are about growing a community," said Orem. "It's more than just a place to work. It's more than a place to hold a meeting. It's about gathering together and fostering growth in the tech and startup community."

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