Rich City Biz – April 24, 2017

Featured Member - YES Nature to Neighborhoods: Support Richmond’s youth on May 4th! YES Nature to Neighborhoods is a Richmond nonprofit that provides low-income youth and families of color with transformational experiences in the outdoors, health and wellness trainings, and year-round leadership training and support so that Richmond residents can...

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Rich City Biz Blog – April 17, 2017

Rich City Biz Blog April 17, 2017 Description of Services Randall Shores is a business consultant with the Richmond Chamber of Commerce.  Randy is available to advise business owners how to increase sales, increase profits, and grow their business.  He brings the knowledge and experience of having started several successful...

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Rich City Biz Blog – April 3, 2017

Featured Member - La Strada Restaurant  Tuscan Style Dining in San Pablo With over twenty years of restaurant experience, Chef Martin of La Strada knows a thing or two about delivering an elegant yet comforting dining experience. Guests are warmly ushered in by friendly staff who do not hesitate to...

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Richmond Museum of History

Rich City Biz Blog-March 27, 2017

Featured Member - Richmond Museum of History The Company Town - Legacy Businesses in Richmond Richmond has one of the last remaining Carnegie Libraries in California. Designed by Canadian-American William H. Weeks in 1910, the library hosts the Richmond Museum of History’s expansive collection of documents, artifacts, and folklore. The...

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Rich City Biz Blog-March 20, 2017

Featured Member - Visionova HR Consulting Bernadette Jones is the co-founder of Visionova HR Consulting, a firm that has served nonprofit and for-profit organizations across the East Bay since 2012. She is recognized as a visionary leader with experience supporting organizations in the areas of small business development, healthcare, community...

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Rich City Biz Blog – March 13, 2017

March is Women’s History Month! In honor of Women’s History Month, the Chamber is contacting women-owned businesses to feature on our blog. Please contact nadine@rcoc.com for details. Highlights from the Richmond City Council Meeting - March 7, 2017 Following contentious debate regarding the Mayor's rent board appointments and the declaration...

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