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  • EICC RequirementsInternal Audits
  • Business Profitability Improvement
  • Strategic Planning3rd Party Audits
  • ISO 14001 environmental management system
  • BS7799 information security management
  • Leadership Development & Coaching
  • SA 8000
  • SPICE (Automotive SPICE Based on ISO 15504)
  • CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integrated)
  • AS9100 for aerospace
  • ISO 13485 medical device design and manufacturing
  • ISO/IEC 17025 for laboratories
  • OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001

Each week, we highlight a different business, to introduce you to Leesburg and all it has to offer. This week's video features Chefscape, a bar and food hall, which includes a shared commercial kitchen, in the Village at Leesburg. Learn more about Chefscape in this week's "Locally Leesburg Business Showcase".

The Town of Leesburg is now an Exploring Main Street community with the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

Main Street is a national model created by the National Main Street Center (NMSC), a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It is designed to bring jobs, dollars, and people to small towns and commercial districts while leveraging private investment and capitalizing on the unique appeal of historic downtowns.

The program is divided into four (4) Community Revitalization Program Tiers, which provide increasing opportunities and responsibilities depending upon the level selected.

In September, the Town applied for and received a Tier 2 designation, “Exploring Main Street”. This requires a non-competitive application identifying a specific area for designation, supported by a Town Council resolution, and allows a locality to become eligible for several grants and provides access to additional state resources.

“Becoming an official Main Street Community at this level will provide the Town and local business community access to a variety of resources,” said Economic Development Director Russell Seymour. This would include grants, consulting services, and training tied to commercial district revitalization. “It will also enable participants to determine interest in further advancing this program.”

The Virginia Main Street program has created more than 7,000 businesses, 24,000 jobs, and has generated more than $1.8 billion in public and private investment in Virginia.