Virtual Workshops and Webinars

Upcoming webinars from VCC and our partners

Alongside state agencies and our community partners, we host webinars designed to help communities, businesses, and nonprofits navigate opportunities, address challenges, and enhance impact.

2020-2021 Noon Knowledge Lunch Series

Jul. 2020 - Jun. 2021 (21 sessions)

Our Noon Knowledge series is back! Pack a lunch and join us for practical and inspiring professional development sessions designed for all local entrepreneurs and professionals interested in building skills in a variety of topics. These 60-90 minute talks cover everything from travel and tourism to business planning and cybersecurity.

Click below to review and register for our full range of topics presented by VCC, the Virginia Highlands Small Business Incubator, Washington County Chamber of Commerce, and the Town of Abingdon.

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Refocus & Rebuild (Series 3)

February - June 2021 (10 sessions)

Technology has an important impact on business and nonprofit operations. Technological infrastructure affects the culture, efficiency, and relationships of an organization. VCC is partnering with the Virginia Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, UVA Wise, and Aegis IT Solutions to present a third round of the popular Refocus & Rebuild series. This bi-weekly, online series will focus on all aspects of technology including online payment systems, cyber security, data backup, disaster recovery, and more.

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Archived series

Alongside our partners, we’ve hosted a number of webinars designed to support and educate stakeholders. Check below for archived recordings from our past series.

Food System Financing in Virginia

From August 2020 to January 2021, Virginia Community Capital and Foodshed Capital hosted a webinar series presenting financial resources and programs available to localize and strengthen Virginia’s food system. Each webinar featured food system funders and organizations who have received financial support. We hope highlighting these resources catalyzes change within organizations and communities for building a more just, equitable, and local food system.

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COVID-19’s Impact on Plans for New Real Estate Development

In October 2020, we hosted a conversation with real estate developers Ed Walker and Dave McCormack. Known for their catalytic projects and innovative approaches to rehab and reuse developments, these two developers shared their experience with COVID-19, how it has impacted their current work, and how they are adjusting their approach to future projects.

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Noon Knowledge Professional Development Sessions

Presented by the Virginia Highlands Small Business Incubator, Washington County Chamber of Commerce, Virginia Community Capital, and the Town of Abingdon, the Noon Knowledge program offers professional development webinars designed for all local entrepreneurs and professionals interested in building skills in a variety of areas. Check here for archived sessions.

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Recorded Resources

Virginia businesses deeply felt the impact of COVID-19, leaving them to navigate a complex web of stimulus programs alongside a totally new business landscape. Check here for a collection of talks, podcasts, and webinars designed to help businesses explore the opportunities and next steps available to them.

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COVID-19 Resource Update and Information Exchange

The impact of COVID-19 on businesses is immense. While the federal government has passed legislation in an attempt to curb the impact, it may be overwhelming for businesses and individuals to comprehend the options available. Virginia Community Capital partnered with Virginia leaders to host multiple weekly update webinars and office hours, announce new programs and resources, and to assist Virginia’s business community.

Click the below to view recorded versions of each webinar.

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Refocus and Rebuild (Series 2)

Virginia Community Capital partnered with the Virginia Small Business Development Center Network, GENEDGE, UVA Wise Office of Economic Development, and Southwest Virginia Alliance of Manufacturing to present another series of webinars focused on helping businesses recover and become more resilient.

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