Business

Business Briefs Nov. 19

• On Thursday, Dec. 2, from noon to 1 p.m., members of the Chadds Ford Business Association will hold a holiday luncheon at Antica in Chadds Ford. Cost is $25 per person and seating is limited to 25 people. Go here for tickets. Antica’s address is 623 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford. • The Business Professional Association of Western Delaware County will hold its ...

 
 

First Santa sighting at Glen Eagle

  Santa and Mrs. Claus made an appearance at Glen Eagle Shopping Center Wednesday as part of the opening of Holiday Magic Village, which features the Grinch’s Grotto. It’s considered a pop-up one-stop photo shop where families can take their kids to get photos taken with Santa as well as The Grinch. The shop is next to Whole Foods. It officially opens on ...

 

Boost Your Business: Great graphic design

As a business owner, you spend a lot of time figuring out how to talk about your business and sell yourself to your prospects and customers. When you invest in great graphic design, you not only enhance visual communication, you portray your company in a way that sells you and helps maximize your success. Credibility Think of some of the more well-known brands and ...

 

Business Briefs Nov. 5

• Galer Estate Vineyard & Winery will be celebrating its 10th anniversary Friday, through Sunday, Nov. 12-14. The anniversary weekend will include wine pairings, live music, an art show featuring Lele Galer, a sparkling toast by Brad Galer, a harvest vendor market, and drink specials. • The Residence at Chadds Ford will hold an open house on Tuesday, Nov. 23, ...

 

CFBA learns about Pennsbury

Chadds Ford Business Association members got a brief glimpse into what’s happening in Pennsbury Township during the group’s lunch meeting held in Pennsbury on Nov. 4. Supervisors’ Chairman Aaron McIntyre, who earned re-election Tuesday when he ran uncontested, told the business crowd that one of the township’s priorities is to keep Route 1 clean and safe for ...

 

Business Briefs Oct. 28

• The Chadds Ford Business Association will have its November meeting on Thursday, Nov. 4 at the Pennsbury Township municipal building. Township Supervisors’ Chairman Wendell Fenton will discuss township events and how Pennsbury weathered the pandemic last year. It’s a free lunch meeting from noon to 1 p.m. with food provided by The Meat House, but you must RSVP to ...

 

Boost Your Business: Starting a new business

Starting a new business can be extremely challenging, but if you push through the first few years with passion and dedication, you will succeed. It’s a well-known fact in the entrepreneurial world that 50% of small businesses fail within the first five years. It’s true that this number is intimidating, but there are ways to avoid this fate. You just have to listen to ...

 

Boost Your Business: Entrepreneurship characteristics

What are entrepreneurship characteristics? It’s an important question when you’re considering self-employment. It’s natural to want to know if you have what it takes before you move forward. Ask yourself these important questions: Are You a Visionary? A primary difference between an employee and an entrepreneur is motivation. Some people are perfectly happy doing the ...

 

Business Briefs Sept. 3

• The Chadds Fed Business Association will have its September event on Thursday, Sept. 9, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Brandywine Prime. The cost is $30 for members, $35 for non-members. To pay online, members should click here,  non-members here. • The Business and Professional Association of Western Delaware County will hold its Home Home on the Range event at 6 p.m. on ...

 

Gluten-free bakery in Olde Ridge

For Kimberly Tosten, eating gluten-free "is a matter of life or death." Tosten, along with her two siblings and a niece, have Celiac disease. When her niece was diagnosed in 2002, Tosten decided to take the matter into her own hands — and kitchen. For 19 years, she worked on developing her own flour blend using rice and potatoes. And she baked and baked some more. ...

 

New coffee shop in Unionville

Coffee shops are traditional gathering spots. Oso Sweet Bakery in the Chadds Ford Barn Shops is one, and now a new one, Farmer & Co has opened in the Unionville area. Owned and operated by Jessie Mooberry and her husband Soren Rubin, the shop is in the former location of Foxy Loxy at 5 Cemetery Lane, where Cemetery Lane intersects with W. Doe Run Road across from ...