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HADCO President and CEO, Gary Walton lost his battle with cancer yesterday. Gary served two years as President and CEO at HADCO. We extend out sincerest condolences to his daughters, Timmi and Tai, and to his sons, Jonathan and Chase, and their families. View...

Join the U.S. Commercial Services, WV Development office, HADCO and WV District Export Council for a seminar featuring Johan Van Rensburg, Senior Trade Specialist with the the U.S. Commercial Service South Africa. Renburg will be discussing the growth of the South African economy, on Monday April 27 at 9 a.m. at the HADCO office at 916 Fifth avenue suite 400, Huntington WV. View...

Check out HADCO’s April 2015 Newsletter http://conta.cc/1POCjo5 View...

Major renovations to a downtown building and work done to its own office have earned awards from the American Institute of Architects for a Huntington-based architectural firm. For more on this story by the Herald Dispatch follow the link: http://www.herald-dispatch.com/business/x864384942/Edward-Tucker-Architects-wins-top-design-award View...

Construction began on the Arthur Weisberg Applied Engineering Complex in November 2012, and beginning April 27, faculty and staff will begin moving into the facility named for Marshall supporter Art Weisberg, founder of State Electric Supply Co. and Service Wire Company. For more on this story by the Herald Dispatch follow the link:http://www.herald-dispatch.com/x864385198/MU-students-faculty-ready-to-turn-page-in-engineering View...

Join City National Bank, the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce and Jay Westbrook on April 14th to learn EMV card processing will mean for you! View...

The State Journal Reports that Huntington officials explained their goals for increasing economic activity in their city and the U.S. assistant secretary of commerce for economic development said he fully… Read More...

The Marshall Artist Series presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, at the Keith Albee Preforming Arts Center on April 14th. View...

Lilly was born this morning at Heritage Farm. View...

Follow the link to view the March 2015 HADCO Newsletter http://conta.cc/1GJJXgJ Read More...

Results from a recent workforce survey conducted by the Huntington Area Development Council show there are jobs available, but not enough qualified people to fill the positions. Read More...

Click for February 2015 HADCO Newsletter http://conta.cc/1DoRSNs Read More...

High-speed broadband internet could be coming to Huntington, WV. The city is entering America’s Best Communities, a contest in partnership with Frontier Communications and Dish Network. Read More...

Thanks Jim Casto, Nice article in the State Journal. Read More...

In 1992, an economic development group called Our Jobs, Our Children, Our Future Inc. was organized in Huntington to market the area and attract new jobs. A short time later, the organization’s name… Read More...

Click below for the January 2015 issue of HADCO’s Newsletter http://conta.cc/1Cg2lIP Read More...

Marshall University President and HADCO board member, Dr. Stephen J. Kopp, died suddenly on December 17, 2014 at his home in Huntington.  He was pronounced dead at Cabell Huntington Hospital at about 9:00 p.m. Our sympathy and prayers are with his wife Jane, his children and grandchildren, as we mourn the loss of a truly kind man.  Our prayers are also with the entire Marshall family at this most difficult time.  The photo below shows Dr. Kopp and his wife, Jane. (photo courtesy of Marshall University) Gary Walton, President/CEO, HADCO View...

http://conta.cc/1zunUWN Click here for the December 2014 HADCO Newsletter View...

At first blush, it sounds like a good idea: have business partner with universities and colleges to create a vocational curriculum that provides graduates well-paying jobs in today’s industries. Read More...

The West Virginia Division of Labor (WVDOL) has proposed onerous emergency rules to Minimum Wage and… Read More...

To view the November Newsletter, click the link below http://conta.cc/1pVHyZE Read More...

HADCO President & CEO Gary Walton introduces members of the WVEDC 2014 Conference Planning Committee during the September meeting.  Gary Walton and Donna Vineyard from HADCO, Tom Bell, Huntington Municipal Development Authority, Heather Vanater from Putnam County Development Authority, Carol Damron from the Wayne County Economic Development Authority, Dennis Jarvis from RCBI and Tyson Compton of the Cabell-Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau worked very hard to make this year’s conference a success. View...

http://conta.cc/1C1RYH0 October 2014 issue of the HADCO Newsletter Read More...

WVEDC Annual Conference starts today. Reception at 5:30p this afternoon at the new Marshall University… Read More...

Mike and Henriella Perry honored for contributions to Huntington region.  Story from The Herald-Dispatch. August 1, 2014 Read More...

CLICK HERE for the June 2014 HADCO Newsletter featuring articles and photos from the 2014 Mission to Japan. | http://conta.cc/1sbFxca View...

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2014 TRADE MISSIONS | WV Commerce department promoting efforts to increase business relations with Mexico, Columbia, China and other countries. http://www.worldtradewv.com View...

STREAMLINING BUSINESS | The City of Huntington, WV has redesigned its website, which now features more information to help area business prospects and owners navigate. http://www.cityofhuntington.com View...

‘BE SMALL, LIVE LARGE’ | HADCO joins with City of Huntington, WV and other local groups to support small businesses and entrepreneurs. Read More...

Huntington Selected for Leadership Institute Read More...

Statewide Brownfields Conference coming to Huntington Sept. 11-12 Organizers have announced that this year’s West Virginia Brownfields Conference will be held Sept. 11-12 at the Big Sandy Superstore… Read More...

WV House of Delegates Listening Tour Who should attend? • Small business owners and entrepreneurs •… Read More...

WV ECONOMY :  MOSTLY GOOD NEWS Mark Muchow, WV Dept of Tax and Revenue,  recently spoke at… Read More...

Area Unemployment Rate Falls, Beats National Average. December unemployment rate in Cabell County fell… Read More...

Look South: Trade Winds - The Americas Export Opportunities in Ecuador Where: Bogota, Colombia plus optional… Read More...

Unemployment 4.8% in November Cabell County recorded an unemployment rate of 4.8% in November, which… Read More...

MARSHALL ACCEPTING BROWNFIELD RFP’S The West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center (WVBAC) at… Read More...

TRI-STATE AIRPORT ADDS FLIGHT (from Chamber Monday Memo) Tri-State Airport announces that US Air has… Read More...

Export Resources and Opportunities for Manufacturers Manufacturers Benefit from Exporting! • Find new… Read More...

Chase Bank presents HADCO President, Gary Walton, second from left, with a $20,000 check to aid HADCO’s workforce development efforts. View...

HADCO COMMITS $50,000 TO WAYNE COUNTY EXPANSION President Gary Walton announced that HADCO, the Huntington… Read More...

COMPANY ANNOUNCES $20 MILLION EXPANSION, 250 JOBS   HADCO President Gary Walton participated in… Read More...

Unlock Strategies to Attract Investment from Asia Date: Thursday, November 14 Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm… Read More...

ARC to sponsor Entrepreneur Workshop Read More...

Tax Reform Efforts Paying Off According to the Tax Foundation’s 2014 Annual State Business Tax… Read More...

Continued Jobs Growth Forecasted in WV Read More...

Brownfields Conference Read More...

Marshall University’s new engineering complex on track for completion in 2015 Read More...

Amazon Adding Jobs One of the largest employers in the Huntington area announced that if will be adding… Read More...

Workers’ Compensation Rates Continue to Fall in WV Read More...

Innovation Contest for Natural Gas Utilization Read More...

Governor’s Blue Ribbon Highways Commission To Hold Public Meeting In Huntington On July 18 The Governor’s Blue Ribbon Commission (BRC) on Highways is working to develop a long-term plan to address… Read More...

Coal Forum to Discuss Exports A meeting to discuss the importance of coal exports to the state and national… Read More...

WV Ranked 10th in Country in Growth in 2012 Read More...