Move Toward Technology and Team Building You walk in, grab a boxed lunch, take a seat next to someone you recognize from your department, perhaps making a little small talk as you settle in. The speaker fires up a PowerPoint, and you try to be attentive as you sit through yet another presentation on quarterly […]
Issue: August 2016 by Lynchburg Business.
If you work a desk job, at some point you’ve probably heard that sitting at your computer for long hours poses some kind of danger to your health. But what are the real risks, and is there any inherent danger in working at a computer? Dr. Hugh Hagan, III, Section Chief for Orthopaedic Hand Surgery […]
How the Local Market “Behaves” May Be Different than you Expect Lots of folks move to Lynchburg from outside the area, many even from outside the state. They arrive in our fair city with their experiences and expectations in tow—both of which are often misaligned with how Lynchburg real estate “works.” I hesitate to use […]
Think about the place you work right now. Maybe it’s a small business, a large company—maybe it’s yours and you own it. Now, think about your same establishment and the product or service you sell…and what it could look like in 100 years. Kind of mind boggling isn’t it? Hopefully, by the year 2116, the […]
Cover Story Feature
A Century of Success: Businesses Over 100 Years Old photographs have a singular ability to evoke nostalgia, to cause one to think “those were the good old days.” For four local businesses, however, the good old days have persisted for over 100 years, and the good days keep on coming. To these businesses, old photographs […]