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Monday, October 29, 2018

VACEOs Members Top 2018 RVA 25 and Inc 5000 Fastest-Growing Business Lists

  Our Members represent a wide range of industries and experiences, and they are frequently listed within the annual RVA 25 and Inc 5000 “fastest-growing” business lists. This year twenty-eight Richmond-area firms made the Inc. Magazine’s 2018 “Fastest-Growing Companies” list. Of those, fourteen of the 28 (50%) are businesses led by Virginia Council of CEOs Members. Seven […]

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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

2019 Annual VACEOs Retreat

  Ari Meisel, Founder of Less Doing, to Keynote 2019 Annual VACEOs Retreat We are pleased to announce Ari Meisel, founder of Less Doing, will share the principles within his latest book The Replaceable Founder during his keynote address AND during small group workshops later in the day. Learn more here.         […]

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

New Tariffs Having Less Impact on Virginia Companies than Expected; CEOs Concerned About Democratic Control of Congress

                (Read Richmond Times-Dispatch coverage >) Each quarter the Virginia Council of CEOs (VACEOs) and University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business partner to take the pulse of top executives in the region through a comprehensive Virginia CEO Economic Outlook Survey. The third quarter 2018 CEO Economic Outlook […]

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Governor Ralph Northam Speaks Before Virginia Council of CEOs

On Thursday, September 20, 2018, Governor Ralph Northam stood before more than 140 Virginia Council of CEOs members and their guests to speak, in part, about the state of Virginia’s economy. Secretary of Commerce and Trade Brian Ball accompanied him. Governor Northam’s address marked the fifth time the sitting governor has addressed the Council. Governor […]

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Symbols and Artifacts by Scot McRoberts

Earlier this month, I travelled to Texas to help my sister sort through my dad’s stuff. He passed away in April, having lived a long and fruitful life. As we sorted through pictures and letters, I envisioned the arc of his long and interesting life. I marveled at how much of him was in me.  […]

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