A new chief creative officer is named at an advertising agency. A business services firm has a departure and names his replacement. New faces in insurance, communications and more.
The Martin Agency names a new top creative executive, a Richmond shop lends video animation for a prescription CBD oil brand, and a pair of local documentary duos pick up awards in the latest marketing news roundup.
On the list this week are homes in Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico, Hanover, and Powhatan. To get access to all the auctions, become a BizSense Pro member.
The City of Richmond declares a nearly $5 million surplus, a 160-unit apartment project faces a deciding vote in Chesterfield, Facebook’s Henrico data center comes online, and more details on T-Mobile’s planned $30 million call center.
A sale for $400,000 in Richmond’s Carytown heads the list. A retail lease by a shoe store finds a good fit in a re-imagined mall in Henrico.
Henrico reports a tutoring service and a new Indian restaurant. Chesterfield has contractors and trades, an interior design firm, and more. For the complete list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Mondelez has a $10 million building going up in Henrico. A $9 million project for Randolph-Macon College in Ashland tops permits in Hanover.
The longtime clerk for Henrico’s Board of Supervisors announces his retirement. A curator at VCU’s Institute of Contemporary Art announces her departure in October. Promotions in finance, banking and more.
A downtown marketing group wants a Black Lives Matter street mural painted near the State Capitol, a planned restoration of a historic Black cemetery gets a local funding boost, and a $17 million commercial greenhouse project is planned at West Creek.
A $650,000 foreclosure in Midlothian tops the list this week. Become a BizSense Pro member for all of this week’s foreclosures.