Business Podcasts, Blogs, & News of Note
Enjoy this month’s mix of business stories from around the Shenandoah Valley! You’ll also find ideas to help grow your business and some reminders about why living and working here is so exciting. If we miss something outstanding, please message us to add to next month’s edition!
Business Stories You’ll Love
Waynesboro at Work with Stone Soup Books
This episode of Waynesboro at Work features Mary Katharine Froehlich, owner of Stone Soup Books. Mary Katharine shares why stories are so important, how technology has impacted booksellers, and unique ways she gives back to the community through Stone Soup Books!
Waynesboro at Work with MIM Beauty Supply
Meet India Eaves, owner of MIM Beauty Supply. India shares her journey of opening MIM Beauty Supply during the pandemic, her source of inspiration for entrepreneurship, and her tried and true advice for budding entrepreneurs in this episode of Waynesboro At Work.
Ep. 16 – Jonathon Wright
Jonathan Wright in the owner of REDBEARD BREWING COMPANY which is located at 120 S. Lewis Street in the historic Wharf district of downtown Staunton. Jon was born in Washington DC and was raised in northern VA and the Shenandoah Valley. Listen to this episode of Staunton Downtown Development Association’s Staunton Stories to learn more about Jonathan’s connections and support of the local community.
Tips & Trends to Grow Your Business
Want to attain your business goals but can’t seem to stay focused long enough to follow-through? This year don’t try to do it all. Pick 1-3 things that will advance your business and map out how you will get there. Then assign time to make it happen. This blog post from the Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce will help you get started!
More Reasons to Love Living & Doing Business in the Valley
One of the great things about the Shenandoah Valley business community is how the unique strengths and skills within each organization fit together to create a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem working together for regional growth and success. Catch the latest #SVLife podcast from Shenandoah Valley Partnership with Shenandoah Community Capital Fund – SCCF‘s Debbie Irwin to hear more.