Operated as Bon Air Naturals for the last eight years, the company rebranded to Bon Air Soap Co. as part of its entry into the brick-and-mortar world.
The food-and-beverage incubator’s nonprofit arm wants to help Richmond eateries land their wares on store shelves to give them an additional revenue source.
The city’s planning commission recommended allowing the two businesses to share the Jackson Ward storefront and split operating costs.
Richmond Ballet gets a redesigned website, a local agency and photographer team up for a national memorial foundation campaign, and VCU kicks off its second “Camp ADventure” program.
A university arts center marketing director departs, a real estate firms hires a research manager, plus new faces and promotions in law, insurance and more.
“I felt like the city’s missing that steakhouse feel,” said the owner, a first-time restaurateur and Richmond native with a background in commercial cleaning.
Catina and Robert Jones are considering an expansion of their Rocketts Landing-based Icon Realty Group to South Florida after travel restrictions kept them there for three months.
“My wife and I went on dates there when we were in college,” said owner David Blanchard of his new space, which also once housed Crossroads coffee shop.
The national retailer, which has a J.Crew store in Short Pump Town Center, came to Richmond last year to file for bankruptcy protection.
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