Cvent Expands and Grows Headquarters in Virginia


Company Adds 400 Jobs in Fairfax County


Last fall, Cvent announced plans to expand its headquarters and move a few blocks to the former SAIC headquarters building in Tysons Corner, a booming business center along the Capital Beltway in Fairfax County, Va. The project will create 400 new jobs over the next three years and retain 451 jobs in the Commonwealth.

Cvent began in Virginia in 1999 as a two-person start-up, and has grown to become a leading cloud-based event planning platform. The global company completed its IPO (NYSE: CVT) in August 2013, and now has more than 1,500 employees worldwide. Cvent has won numerous awards, appearing on the Washington Business Journal’s Best Places to Work list five times.
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SAY "YES" TO VIRGINIA

Reggie Aggarwal, Cvent Founder and CEO, explains why Virginia is a great place to start and grow a business.
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