Area Business News
Some people might consider having a business plan to be “a pain in the neck,” a state business development official said during a seminar in Gloucester Nov. 9, but “it is your map” to a better chance for your business to succeed.
Ed Oliver, long a familiar face on the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck’s power equipment scene, joined Fleet Brothers, Inc., at Hartfield in mid-October.
Gans Communications, doing business as MetroCast Communications, has completed the acquisition of system assets of Comcast, LLC, in Mathews County.
veraTechs, a business technology solutions business, opened in October at White Marsh Shopping Center.
Cox Communications opened a new customer service center at Fox Mill Center, Gloucester, in early November, replacing its previous location at the Gloucester Point Shopping Center.
Twelve people recently graduated from the fall business training series sponsored by the Middle Peninsula Business Development Partnership.
Gloucester County gained 11 housing units during September.
Two professionals have joined the staff of Steider & Associates, PLLC, a coaching/counseling/psychotherapy practice in Gloucester.
An Independent Vendor Expo is planned for Saturday to benefit The Giving Garden Foundation.