Two Richmond women specializing in furniture restoration are planning to convert their new sprinter van into a mobile workshop and use it to broaden their delivery schedule.
Charlotte Rene Woods
Charlotte joined BizSense as a reporter in summer 2018 after earning a masters degree in journalism from VCU and a bachelor’s from The New School in New York City. She can be reached at [email protected].
Ginger Juice, which has locations in Richmond’s Village Shopping Center and Henrico’s Greengate, plans to add a third store in Chesterfield – while its owner is also considering franchising.
A career change for a local transportation company manager has brought a national brand to Richmond.
What began as an idea in Afton, Virginia has evolved into a local startup that’s attracted world-famous musicians as clients and caught the ear of Richmond investors.
A planned medical cannabis facility in Manchester likely wouldn’t be coming to fruition without the efforts of a local real estate broker, a granite countertop company owner and a healthcare IT executive.
A group focused on the cohousing trend has a site in mind and a veteran developer on board to help it bring the concept to Richmond.
A local artist put down his paints and picked up a pen and camera to document the history of murals in the city.
A busy local restaurateur’s plan for a barbecue restaurant in the Fan has been on the back burner – but it won’t stay there much longer. Michael Hall, chef and owner of Spoonbread Bistro at 2526 Floyd Ave., said he’ll open Black Market Barbecue around the corner at 105 N. Robinson St. this coming spring…. Read more »
After years of transporting materials for clients via ground, ocean or air, a local shipping firm marked its 15th birthday this summer with its own logistical maneuvering, moving its employees and carting furniture into a new headquarters. Estes Forwarding Worldwide recently relocated to newer, larger digs at 100 Gateway Center Parkway off of Midlothian Turnpike…. Read more »
Two years after opening its first location downtown, a local ice cream purveyor is serving up a second scoop on the Southside.