This week’s patented ideas include an undercounter appliance drain pan, an updated protective envelope and a new system for blocking credit card charges.
“Unlike a paper card that’s just an afterthought, every single time you hand someone a metal card, when you have that second conversation, they remember it,” said Ryan Leach, co-founder of Lux Metal Card.
The bulk of an unfinished neighborhood in the heart of Chesterfield County is being put up for sale after falling into foreclosure.
The company builds bikes for bicycle touring where the rider carries their gear with them on the bike on trips that can span thousands of miles and months of time. The bikes sell for up to $3,500.
A longtime insurance executive retires from his board. The publisher of the daily paper retires and a new executive takes over. New faces in construction, technology and more.
A Henrico commercial district known more for its Vietnamese and Chinese eats is adding a new flag to its spread of restaurants.
A Richmond distillery gets a new look from a local branding shop, a downtown agency makes a round of promotions, and more marketing news in the latest roundup.
A prolific Washington, D.C.-based developer with a hefty downtown Richmond portfolio is reviving a long-dormant relic in its collection.
Canopy Adventure Park, a ropes course tucked away in the woods of Powhatan just beyond the boundaries of the local golf club, opened in late October.
A $2 million home in Goochland’s Manakin Sabot heads up the list this week. Also, several plots of land in Chesterfield are on the block. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.