Please join us for an open and interactive discussion on efficiency and profitability with farming consultant Ellen Polishuk of Plant to Profit Ellen will present briefly on efficiency and profitability on the farm, however this is meant to be an open and interactive discussion with input and questions from participants. Ellen is a wealth of […]
Digital marketing is constantly evolving, and keeping up with the basics can seem daunting as a small business owner. But have no fear: The Richmond Experience and Campfire & Co. have rounded up some of their favorite practical tips and real life examples to help you achieve digital marketing success.
Creating value today in nearly every organization involves sales - whether you’re selling a consumable product, a service, or a mission, everyone should understand the basics of “selling.” As we work to climb out of one of the toughest years in recent history, we want to help our businesses and organizations close sales and keep clients. In partnership with Hatch and the Apple Cart Co. we hope you’ll join us for this virtual workshop on Creating Value Through Selling.
Running a small business requires a diverse skill set to be successful. Keeping up with everything from marketing and inventory to sales and finances can be a tough job. In this virtual workshop, the experts from C&F Bank will cover the basics of financial literacy to help you keep your business moving ahead. Do you understand cash flow and how money moves in and out of your business? We will discuss the ability to manage business finance matters in an efficient manner, making appropriate decisions about investing, and budgeting. To get your small business to the next level you must be able to read and understand the numbers on your financial statement. Know what your numbers are telling you and be proactive to the areas that require attention.
“Four Cs to Move Your Business Forward with The Spark Mill” -- We’re excited to welcome back Chris Bennett of The Spark Mill for our first in-person meeting of 2021. Chris will lead us through an interactive experience where we’ll engage and work through four fundamental areas that impact your work and how a shift in these areas can move your business forward. We will challenge each individual to step outside of their normal day to day business operations and think on a higher level to help catalyze both business and personal growth.
Please join us to to celebrate some amazing females from the RVA food scene! This month, we are excited to bring you a panel of RVA Women in Food. The women will discuss the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, and what it’s like to be a part of Richmond’s local food system. Moderated by Stephanie Ganz, a freelance writer and recipe developer, the panel features four exciting women leaders.