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Handmade Soaps to Clean up Main Street

Handmade Soaps to Clean up Main Street

Aaron Kremer July 22, 2008 0

A transplanted couple from Arizona wants to cleanup a block of East Main Street – by making and selling soap in a formerly dilapidated store. Michael and Sharon Walsh started making soap 18 years

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A lathery business opens on Main Street

A lathery business opens on Main Street

Aaron Kremer July 16, 2008 0

Row House Soaps, which sells natural herbal soaps, opened on E. Main street downtown, according to the local Monroe Ward blog. The owners, Michael and Sharon Walsh had been making soaps in their Arizona

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Will car-sharing work in Richmond?

Will car-sharing work in Richmond?

Aaron Kremer July 16, 2008 0

If you’re looking to take a Zipcar on a test drive for yourself, you’ll have to leave Richmond’s city limits, In fact, the closest locations to Richmond are in Washington, D.C. and Chapel Hill,

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Private Equity startup about to seal first deal

Private Equity startup about to seal first deal

Aaron Kremer June 12, 2008 0

Local startup Boxwood Partners is putting the finishing touches on its first deal as a private equity fund. Boxwood is acquiring an out-of-state internet wholesaler/distributor (name not revealed) that can perhaps best be described

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Startup Junkies

Startup Junkies

Aaron Kremer June 6, 2008 0

There’s a great program on TV called “Startup Junkies,” which follows a Seattle startup called Earth Class Mail. There are high-fives. There are firings. You can watch it for free at Hulu.com. Most of

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Venture Forum starts mentoring program

Venture Forum starts mentoring program

Aaron Kremer May 28, 2008 1

The Venture Forum has launched a mentoring program, which will pair veteran CEOs of growth businesses with their less experienced counterparts for two hours of mentoring each month. The Venture Forum promotes entrepreneurial activity

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