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Iconic Potato Chip Manufacturer is Thriving with WVEDA Support

https://youtu.be/A2tA4mAlFhk?feature=shared Mister Bee is the only potato chip made in West Virginia. Now owner, Mary Anne Ketelsen, was determined to make sure the brand would be around for generations to come. When she took over in 2018, the operation needed to be completely rehauled. With WV Economic Development Authority financing, Mister Bee was able to…

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Turning Woodworking Dreams Into Reality with Help from the WVEDA

https://youtu.be/e2l_CtA920E?feature=shared The West Virginia Economic Development Authority has supported Architectural Wood, LLC (a mill worker based out of Ronceverte, WV) from their humble beginnings to now leading large projects like the corporate offices of Under Armor or Capital One banks. With WVEDA support, Architectural Wood is able to combine high technology and passed down expertise…

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This Manufacturer Saw the Need for Disinfection Technology and Got to Work with Help from WVEDA

https://youtu.be/w34sE7nvjnU?feature=shared Safe UV, based out of Morgantown, are creating jobs and healthier spaces in their community. Made up of WVU alumni, the company manufactures germicidal, ultra-violet lamps – a new product to a relatively new industry. It’s not easy, however, to secure funding for the physical capital necessary for UV lamp manufacturing. With help from…

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Aviation is Taking Flight in West Virginia with Help from the West Virginia Economic Development Authority (WVEDA)

The aviation industry is taking flight in West Virginia. NorthStar Technologies is serving a vital role for the industry whether it’s repairing engines, inspecting and maintaining used parts, or sending teams out to work on aircrafts in the field.

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The Aluminum Industry is Rolling with Help from the West Virginia Economic Development Authority

Skana Aluminum’s re-rolling mill in Clarksburg is allowing the company to access customers all over the East Coast. The company has worked with the WVEDA from the very beginning and he partnership played a big part in keeping the facility open over the years. In fact, with equipment and facility upgrades through WVEDA financing, Skana Aluminum has gone from 35 to 64 employees and more than doubled their production capacity.

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The 2023 Equipment Financing Program supports business retention efforts statewide

At the core of the West Virginia Economic Development Authority’s (WVEDA) mission lies a profound commitment to bolstering the state’s economy. The 2023 Equipment Financing Program is a pivotal instrument in achieving this goal. By providing businesses with access to essential tools and machinery, the program facilitates productivity and efficiency enhancements, empowering entrepreneurs to expand…

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