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Henrico promotional company changes name


Henrico-based brand merchandising company NewClients, Inc. has changed its name to Boost Promotional Branding.

The company is one of the nation's largest in the branded merchandise industry. Founded in 1981, its serves more than 5,000 clients – including many Fortune 500 companies – nationwide.
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Business in brief

James River Air Conditioning and Owner Hugh Joyce recently announced the installation of its Level 2 electric vehicle charger and the delivery of its first all-electric vehicle, the 2011 Nissan Leaf. The Nissan Leaf is used as a corporate vehicle and to establish trends and operational data for deployment of electric vehicles in the larger James River fleet. The Level 2 charger, listed on the nationwide register of publicly available electric car charging stations, will be available to the public when not being used by James River corporate vehicles. Much of the energy used by the GE watt station electric charger is generated by the 10kW solar system installed at the James River Air Conditioning company headquarters, 1905 Westmoreland St. For details, visit http://www.jamesriverair.com.
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Technology police

In today's business environment, many companies struggle to respond when former employees steal or delete information, because they lack computer forensics knowledge.

However, a growing and unique company located in Henrico specializes in computer forensics by aiding businesses in legal matters through the gathering of evidence and the recovery of lost or hidden data.
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Local dentists enjoy ful-‘filling’ experiences

Dentists throughout Henrico County are traveling across the globe with different organizations, using their professional talents to improve the lives of poor citizens in countries around the world.

For about 15 years, Kenneth Stoner, a dentist with a private practice on West Broad Street, has made regular trips to countries such as Kenya, Peru, Guatemala and Honduras in an effort to help those without dental care in underprivileged areas. Stoner often makes these trips once a year and occasionally twice a year.

Stoner has made his trips with Grace Community Baptist Church and Vessels of Mercy, an organization located in Henrico County. Vessels of Mercy is a nonprofit relief and development organization that aids poverty stricken areas of the world through physical and spiritual wholeness. It provides medical, dental and vision care as well as other means of help such as construction projects to aid those most in need of assistance.
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Henrico Business Council names new officers

The Henrico Business Council Cabinet of the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce recently announced its new officers for the 2011-2012 term.

Troy Bell of the Capital Region Airport Commission will serve as chair, succeeding immediate past chair John C. Zeheb of Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods, Inc. Jim Wilson of the The Wilson Law Group is chair-elect.
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The Entrepreneur’s Corner

Finding the right office space for your business
Moving your business stinks. It’s difficult, it’s expensive, and every step of the process takes a lot of time. But sometimes, and more often than not, the right space can make the business in the same way the right handshake can win the job.

There are so many options for business of all sizes. Even though Metro Richmond is a relatively small commercial market, there’s still every type of space imaginable. Making the wrong decision can actually hurt your business, so it makes sense to tackle it head-on. Think Gandhi with a little sprinkle of Bobby Knight – patience and grit pay off. And you should start by asking a lot of questions:
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Lakeside businesses to host ‘Ladies’ Night Out’ July 22

Lakeside businesses will host their bi-annual "Ladies' Night Out" customer appreciation event on Friday, July 22, beginning at 5 p.m.

Shoppers will be able to enjoy visiting a number of unique shops along Lakeside Avenue, each featuring special discounts, promotions or giveaways.



"Ladies' Night Out is a unique opportunity for the Lakeside Avenue businesses to give back and say thank you to their customers who support them all throughout the year," said Lakeside Business Association (LBA) President Tony Turner, who also is the co-owner of vintage-style home and garden store and tea shop Feathernesters on Lakeside Avenue. "It also provides a special evening of shopping when the shops are usually closed, which many of the patrons really appreciate!"
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Business in brief

Local business owners and key staff are invited to Shop RVA’s Local Moguls Social at The Tobacco Company, 1201 E. Cary St., on Aug. 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nonprofit organization Shop RVA created the informal gathering to give thanks to Richmond’s local business owners for bringing creativity and uniqueness to the city. The celebration will include guest speakers, networking opportunities, hors d’oeuvres and more information about Shop RVA. To register, visit http://www.weshoprva.com.
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The Residence Inn by Marriott Richmond West End recently completed a $1 million renovation of the 80-suite hotel located at 2121 Dickens Rd. Each of the suites was completely updated with new flooring, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, new beds and bedding, new furnishings, lighting, doors, artwork and wireless fire monitoring. The property is operated by Island Hospitality Management, Inc., an independent third-party management company, which also oversaw the renovation process.
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The Entrepreneur’s Corner

How to market your small business
Ever heard someone say: “My business just needs more business, we just need more exposure.”

Inevitably, they may get more exposure, but often, no more business. Exposure is necessary, but it does not translate into more business.

Often times “marketing” makes us think of corporate marketing plans, big budgets, and ads everywhere we turn. Small business owners have different needs, and need to scale their marketing efforts to strategies that can be effective without the big expenditures.
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