Whilst there are no large employers in the area, most residents commuting to larger towns nearby, there are a number of small businesses locally.
Claverdon Cartridges, supplying shooting equipment and clothing and the 4 star Ardencote Manor Hotel Country Club & Spa providing Hotel Accommodation and fine dining together with facilities for Conferences, Weddings & Civil Ceremonies, and having a Leisure Club & Premier Spa.
The large panelled oak door in the Hall opens into an under stairs store, reputed to be a former priest's hole during the Reformation period and from which, many years ago, it is said there was an underground passage which may have led to Stone Building in Manor Lane. The village is served by Claverdon railway station with trains operated by Chiltern Railways and London Midland giving access to Stratford on Avon, Leamington Spa, Birmingham and London.
The M40 motorway is located nearby giving access to Birmingham, Warwick and London.
The aforementioned butchers shop closed down, and remains boarded up.
Claverdon is part of Stratford on Avon District Council and represented by Councillor John Horner, Conservative .
They also attract a much wider population which sustain the clubs through membership but also, as a consequence, maintain the venues aesthetically.The village lies chiefly at a height of about 400 ft.above sea-level, the soil being Red Keuper Marl overlaid with pockets of clay, gravel, and sand.What other composition is betweene mr Bucke and him who placed him there that is vnknowen.Stone Building, 3/4-mile north east of the village, is probably of the 17th century and of a type very rare in the Midlands being a tower house in the North English sense, not fortified but defensible within bounds.