What do funding sources, business competitions, accelerator programs, technical assistance, fellowship opportunities, and workspaces all have in common? You can find them all on The Hub CVA’s “Resource” page!

Whether you are looking to network and meet like-minded professionals in your field, showcase your craft, access funding to jumpstart your business venture, and more, The Hub’s Resource platform has what you need. 

The Hub’s Resource platform provides a bird’s eye view of everything available in the Charlottesville and Region 9 area, all for individuals and businesses that want to maximize the benefits our community offers in such abundance.

The Hub is all about lowering barriers and providing centralized connections for individuals and businesses to grow and succeed. The Hub’s Resource platform takes opportunities that are more typically used by those who are in the know and who have access, and makes them available to everyone without regard to their status and backgrounds - barriers are leveled and inclusivity is supported by The Hub’s centralizing opportunities.

The ability to search The Hub’s Resource platform is designed to accommodate everyone. Whether searching by resource type such as funding, showcases or technical assistance; the stage of a business such as startup or mature; the audience focus such as POC or female founders; or even specifically one of the 10 counties included in Region 9, The Hub’s Resources has you covered. All at no cost.

The Hub CVA will be available to the public mid to late summer 2021. Keep an eye on your inboxes for the CBIC newsletter for more information and updates.

About the Author
Tracey Greene
Author: Tracey GreeneWebsite: http://CvilleInnovation.org
Executive Director, Charlottesville Business Innovation Council and Charlottesville Angel Network
Tracey's passion for igniting the Charlottesville area’s entrepreneurial and high-tech community is evident by her extensive volunteer roles over the past 15 years, coupled with her current roles as Executive Director of CBIC and the Charlottesville Angel Network, which she founded in 2015. Tracey has served for more than 25 years in sectors including biotechnology, start-ups, trade association and non-profit management delivering results in a variety of roles –communications, public relations, marketing, legal, fundraising, investor relations, technology training, operations, conference and event management, leadership development, and more. Tracey’s enthusiastic community building stimulates personal and group excellence. She is probably best known as an influential connector who seemingly knows everyone and inspires thoughts into action.