January 8, 2013
Business owners, entrepreneurs and those wanting to start their own business met Tuesday for a seminar.
One of the things they talked about creative ideas for funding.
The owner of Quince, Sharon Manering, told participants she was looking for help on her business' upcoming transition.
"Due to accessibility issues with parking et cetera, I made the decision about a year ago to close my showroom," said Manering. "But the business still exists as an entity, and I had been looking very diligently for a new space."
About forty people attended the seminar, which was sponsored by the Central Virginia Small Business Development Center.
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