Business Networking in Loudoun County

I do a lot of in-person networking in Loudoun County where I live. It’s a great supplement to my online marketing. Here’s a list of opportunities. Some I discovered and others were shared with me by some generous, helpful fellow business people.

Know one that I missed? Share in the comments!

Loudoun Chamber Networking Events,

The Loudoun Chamber offers many networking events throughout the year. The monthly Business Showcase breakfast is a chance to meet 40-60 business people in rounds of speed networking.

Loudoun Chamber Business Women of Loudoun Committee Meetings,

Business Women of Loudoun is focused on strategic networking, leadership and mentoring as well as giving back to community causes. Monthly committee meetings are free and are often attended by 40 or more business leaders.

First Thursday of each month
9 am
Loudoun Chamber Office

Lovettsville Business Network First Thursdays,

Open to anyone who does business in Lovettsville. Meets the first Thursday of every month at Market Table Bistro in Lovettsville. Networking starts at 5, and agenda starts at 5:30.

1st Thursday of each Month
5-7 pm
Market Table Bistro
13 E Broad Way, Lovettsville, VA 20180


NeXco is designed to make networking enjoyable, educational and productive. Members are seasoned professionals who have limited time to spend on networking, but know the importance of maintaining and developing professional relationships. NeXco is designed with a focus on helping you build lasting relationships that grow your business.

1st & 3rd Tues each Month
8:30 – 10 am
Paul Davis Restoration
44601 Guilford Drive, Ashburn, VA 20147

Savvy Business Network,

Savvy Business Network events are free for attendees to network and enjoy. Events feature fashion shows, speakers, dozens of vendors, food, drink and fun. The Savvy Business Network helps vendors grow their businesses throughout the year. 

Sterling Women,

Sterling Women provides a networking opportunity for business women and men. Each month, a successful business woman located in Loudoun County speaks about her accomplishments.

First Thursday of each month
11 am- 1:30 pm
Belmont Country Club
19661 Belmont Manor Lane, Ashburn VA  20147



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