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Resources for Businesses

Many programs, services, and resources have been developed by all levels of government to support businesses and industry as they navigate the challenging environment of COVID-19. To find out more, click on the links below:

Are you open for business? It’s free for Richmond based businesses to sign up for a listing on the Takeout & Delivery and Open for Business pages. Please fill out the application form.

We're Open - Support Local Signage

Download customizable We're Open - Support Local signage (11" x 17") to let your customers know when you're open, what type of services you are offering, and how they can contact you:

We also have physical copies available. If you would like us to hand deliver a copy to you, please contact rwu@tourismrichmond.com to schedule a meeting.

Partner Resources

Learn more about all the resources available to you.

Richmond Business Resilience Program

The City of Richmond has launched a Business Resilience Program to help local entrepreneurs recover from the impacts of COVID-19, and adapt their businesses so they can emerge from the crisis thriving and able to withstand future economic shocks. Sign up for free here to access online training and one-on-one support.

Connecting Displaced Workers with In-Demand Jobs

We know that many workers—especially in the tourism, hospitality, aviation, and service industries—have been displaced in this economic downturn. Here is a collection of job boards and job listings for some local companies that are still hiring amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

Government Procurement Opportunities

Learn how your business can supply or manufacture essential goods and services to help the government combat the coronavirus. There is support available for companies seeking to re-tool or pivot their existing operations in order to respond to these opportunities.


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