West Virginia Hive Network helps local businesses go ahead

MT. HOPE, WV (WVVA) Small business owners look like ways to promote their brands. Hive Network West Virginia hosted an event tonight at the J.W. & Hazel Ruby Welcome, so that business owners can communicate their ideas to your panel and audience.

Five entrepreneurs demonstrated their business and their ideas for the "next one" for them. Three of these businesses come from County Mercer. Bucha Brewhouse & Bistro, Blue Ridge Bee Company, and Ellison Tree Tree Nursery built their unique business in anticipation of achieving the $ 1,500 cash prize.

Kayla Alred, owner of Bucha Brewhouse & Bistro, said she wants to notice her brand across the state. During the conveyance, Alred said to the Kombucha hearing house, coming to West Virginia from North Carolina. Kombucha is a probiotic drink that is good for digestion. She wants to change that and the option of getting Kombucha from here in the summer.

"Being able to motivate me to have a nitro … which would allow me to have more variation and that it might be different," said Alred.

William Lambert, who is in the company of Blue Ridge Bee Company, says he wants technological upgrades. This has helped online marketing and expand its online business.

Steven Ellison, Ellison Tree Heritage Nursing owners, wants to use the gap between generations through the internet to teach under the Chinquapin shrubs in Mercer County.

"I would like to be able to create a website so that young people can find out how to plant grass and they will want to be special in making America more rigid," said Ellison.

Judy Moore, Director of Hive Network, West Virginia states that the small business community is often available in rural areas. They served more than 250 businesses and small individuals since 2017.

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