Nomadic Display to create 30 new jobs in connection with headquarters relocation in Fairfax County

Contact: Alan Fogg, afogg@fceda.org, +1 703-790-0600 (o) or +1 571-213-5065 (m); ); Denise Lineberry, Nomadic Display, dlineberry@nomadicdisplay.com or 336-232-4793

Lorton company, a worldwide leader in trade show displays, invests $940,000 in move

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Fairfax County, Virginia – Gov. Terry McAuliffe today announced that Nomadic Display, a worldwide leader in trade show displays, will create 30 new jobs and invested $940,000 in connection with its headquarters relocation within Fairfax County. Virginia successfully competed with North Carolina for the project.

Nomadic Display, which relocated its headquarters to the Lorton area of Fairfax County in September 2016, will hire its new employees by 2019. Through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program (VJIP), 61 existing employees will be retrained on new products and processes.

“Nomadic Design has long made its high-quality products in Fairfax County, and it is wonderful to see the company continuing to grow here,” said Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D., president and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA). “Advanced, light industrial manufacturing diversifies the Fairfax County economic base and business community and helps provide the county with long-term economic stability.”

Founded in 1975, Nomadic Display is a leading producer of display solutions for purchase or rent. Its high-quality, lightweight displays help companies market their businesses in a cost-effective way at trade shows, corporate events, road shows, airports, shopping malls, and showrooms. The company uses eco-friendly practices in the design, fabrication, and delivery of its displays and graphics. Its award-winning displays can be seen in showrooms and online.

Owner Eric Burg expressed how pleased he is to have the business resources and support available in Virginia.

“Fairfax County is truly an exemplary case study on how to keep jobs here in the state. The people are the key, and we rely on their knowledge and experience to provide superior products and customer service. We chose to expand here in Virginia because the highly-skilled workforce provides limitless opportunities for growth and success.”

The Virginia Economic Development Partnership is supporting Nomadic Display’s job creation and retraining activities through the state-funded Virginia Jobs Investment Program. VJIP provides consultative services and funding to companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change to support employee training activities.

“As a leading producer of display solutions for purchase or rent, Nomadic Display has been helping businesses effectively market around the world for over 40 years, and we are proud the company has chosen to relocate its headquarters in Fairfax County,” McAuliffe said.

Time magazine called Fairfax County “one of the great economic success stories of our time.” Business growth and innovation helps Fairfax County fund the nation’s top-rated school system and other public services that contribute to the quality of life of residents. Fairfax County offers state-of-the-art infrastructure, access to global markets through Washington Dulles International Airport, a vibrant investment capital community and a highly skilled, well-educated workforce.

The award-winning Fairfax County Economic Development Authority promotes Fairfax County as a business and technology center. The FCEDA offers site location and business development assistance, and connections with county and state government agencies, to help companies locate and expand in Fairfax County. In addition to its headquarters in Tysons Corner, Fairfax County’s largest business district, the FCEDA maintains marketing offices in six important global business centers: Bangalore, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Seoul and Tel Aviv. Follow the FCEDA on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.