A scrappy Richmonder has upgraded her home-based business to a Fan storefront.
An upscale Carytown consignment shop is getting a makeover.
Gillian Woodward wants to crack the consignment market for wedding gowns.
The founders of the local high-end men’s shirt maker Ledbury will be moving their operations in September.
After 20 years in the blood business, a former nonprofit executive now has two years of experience in running her own retail business under her belt.
New shops are popping up left and right in Richmond’s burgeoning arts district, including record, book and toy stores.
A couple of new shops are opening up soon in Richmond. Balance Bicycle at 312 Brook Road will be opening in April according to its website. The store is located near the intersection of Broad and Adams streets and will sell new bikes as well as build and repair bikes. Also cropping up is Sprout… Read more »
Ukrop’s is again in the headlines for a possible sale. And like last time, it’s because a grocery industry website ran a blurb about a possible sale. Local investment bankers and professionals are wondering: Where are the leaks?
When Atlanta Brave Vladimir Núñez stepped to the plate last summer, it was the closest Pete Vinci had ever been to the majors. Vinci and his son run a baseball mitt company based in Richmond. The company launched in 1997 and now has more than 65 types of products. And several other major leaguers have recently taken the field with Vinci gear.
Frugal is the new black in Richmond. Total taxable sales during the second quarter totaled $2.64 billion for Richmond, Henrico and Chesterfield combined, or 4 percent less the same quarter in 2008. But some local industries are doing better than last year.