Triad Business Journal Headlines for Friday, December 16th.
It takes something bold to try something new and it's what's keeping Libby Hill in business. Justin Conrad, who's the President & CEO is expanding Libby Hill through seafood importing and distribution under Bay Hill. It formed three years ago and continues to grow. Bay Hill imports seafood from South America, Asia and New Zealand for customers across the Southeast. Plans are now underway to double its freezer space at its Greensboro headquarters and warehouse by next year. The could also expand into grocery stores. Sales should top $11 million this year.
Also in the Business Journal, North State Communications is buying DataChambers in Winston-Salem. It's a data center and IT Services Firm. The deal will mean further and faster growth for DataChambers and it'll make North State one of the largest independent telecommunications companies in the country.
When you think gold, you think California Gold Rush, but you might need to think Carolinas. And more specifically, the Davidson and Randolph County areas. The high price of gold is sparking a renewed interest in gold exploration. A Canadian firm called Revolution Resources is doing surface explorations on 7,000 acres between the two counties. Other firms like Romarco, Erin Venture and Strongbow Exploration are doing the same. They are all showing interest in the Carolina Slate Belt which runs from Virginia to South Carolina.
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