Business

Business Briefs Sept. 23

The next meeting of the Chadds Ford Business Association is 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6, at Galer Estate Vineyard and Winery, 700 Folly Hill Road, in East Marlborough Township. It’s a wine and dine event with a personal tour by Lele Galer and is catered by Sovana Bistro. The cost is $35 for members and nonmembers alike. Go here for tickets.

 
 

New curator at BRM

The Brandywine River Museum of Art announced today the appointment of William L. Coleman as the Wyeth Foundation Curator of the Andrew and Betsy Wyeth Collection and Director of the Andrew and Betsy Wyeth Study Center. Coleman, an experienced curator, art historian and teacher, will assume this newly created senior position at the Brandywine on October 17. Funded by ...

 

Business Briefs Aug. 26

• Oso Sweet Bakery in the Chadds Ford Barn Shops is celebrating its second anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 3. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be a mocktail bar for all ages, airbrush tattoos, pizza, nachos, and live music. • The next meeting of the Chadds Ford Business Association is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15, at Brandywine Prime. Members will ...

 

Library exec addresses SCCCC

Southern Chester County's favorite mid-day networking event recently gathered at Hartefeld National Golf Club. More than 35 members and guests from various regional industries enjoyed lunch while connecting and expanding their contacts. Event sponsor Kennett Library captivated the room with their presentation “We the People,” as the group envisioned a vibrant space ...

 

Cutters Square open in Chadds Ford

Debbie Coons has been cutting hair for more than 30 years. She’s worked as a full-service stylist—hair coloring and perming—during that time. Now, though, Coons has her own shop in Chadds Ford Township, where it’s strictly hair-cutting only. The shop is Cutters Square at 1410 Baltimore Pike, in the little strip mall on Route 1 between Heyburn Road and the Chadds Ford ...

 

Boost Your Business: Web design ideas

It takes an internet user around 0.5 seconds to form an impression of your website. So, if you think you can still get by on weak web design elements, then you’re mistaken. People will immediately form an opinion of your product/services based on the look and content of your website. It needs to be perfect if you want to keep their attention. A cluttered web design ...

 

Boost Your Business: Write about yourself

More than 50 percent of people will head straight to your About page when they visit your website for the first time. In fact, this page is one of the most visited pages on business sites. If you don’t have an About Me/Us page yet, writing one should be your next priority. But it takes a bit more effort than just writing a short paragraph about what your company ...

 

Solstice celebration at The Inn at Grace Winery

The Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry (CCCBI) is hosting a summer solstice celebration on Tuesday, June 21, from 5–8 p.m. at The Inn at Grace Winery at 50 Sweetwater Road in Glen Mills. Sip wine under the summer sun while overlooking the beautiful grounds of the Inn at Grace Winery. The Summer Solstice Celebration is an opportunity for everyone to ...

 

Brigadier General Maureen Weigl – “Together We Serve”

The Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce held its 7th Annual Inspirational Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, at The Mendenhall Inn. Brigadier General (PA) Maureen Weigl joined as the Keynote Speaker, with 100+ members in attendance.  As Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans Affairs, General Weigl’s passion for connecting Veterans to services has become her ...

 

Boost Your Business:  Update your website

Most business owners understand the importance of investing in an attractive and informative website, but they don’t all realize that you need to update your website to keep it relevant and current. Here is why you may be due for an update: You need to increase engagement with customers One of the most important reasons to update your website is to create a ...

 

Wedding planner opens in Barn Shops

Weddings can be an emotional time for a young couple. Lots of decisions need to be made to help make it a special day for all concerned. It’s stressful, and that’s where a wedding planner comes in. And a wedding planner did come into the Barn Shops in Chadds Ford Township. Shannon Wellington Weddings and Events moved into the building where Barbara Moore Fine Art ...