Virginia Heritage Bank Attends the 8th Annual Veteran’s in Business Conference

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Virginia Heritage Bank - participated as an exhibitor at the 2013 Veteran’s in Business Conference at the Army Navy Country Club on Thursday, March 21, 2013.

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Bank representatives, Blair Horne and Pam Phillips, worked a table at the event and joined attendees in listening to keynote speakers: Congressman Gerry Connolly; Andre Gudger, Director of the Office of Small Business Programs, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense; Bridget Bean, Director at the Washington District Office; and US SBA Delegate, Richard Anderson. In between speakers, there were a number of workshops where attendees could “Ask the Experts” questions and network with other businesses.

The Veterans In Business Conference - provides education, networking and business opportunities for Veteran and Service Disabled Veteran Small Business Owners. The conference was created by civic and business leaders in Northern Virginia to provide training and exposure to veterans who wish to grow their businesses through contracting and subcontracting opportunities with the Federal Government. Due to the close proximity to Washington, D.C., and the long list of prime contractors who call Fairfax County home, the conference provided a unique exposure to many of the small business offices from the Federal Government and the corporations that often need VOSBs (Veteran-Owned Small Businesses) and SDVOSBs (Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses) to join their teams.

Virginia Heritage Bank (VHB), headquartered in Tysons Corner, with total assets of $782 million, serves Northern Virginia and surrounding communities with branches in Chantilly, Dulles Town Center, Fairfax, Gainesville, and Tysons Corner. VHB is a full service bank providing an array of retail and commercial financial services.

David P. Summers    

Member FDIC

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