Each finalist has submitted compelling information about their businesses, and how they plan to utilize the prize money if they emerge victorious in the Build-Up Berkeley Competition. It’s an incredible opportunity to get a firsthand look at the innovation and passion driving these entrepreneurs. Don’t miss the chance to explore their pages, gain inspiration, and learn more about the bright future of Berkeley County, WV.
I am a Cottage food baker here in Berkeley County WV. My business is Shuggie Macs LLC. I specialize in French macarons and cakes. My heart is in people and food. I love to create and replicate flavors of all desserts into a macaron version.
An event management company focused on unique properties in the Martinsburg/Berkeley County area. The company will manage, plan and execute production of events.
My business is a mobile detailing company that conveniently offers on-site professional detailing at any location. The services we offer are, basic packages interior, exterior, and full detail (both). Also, we offer professional grade exterior ceramic coatings and window tint.
Sustainable Sand Solutions has a goal of offering a FREE way for the community to get rid of unwanted glass. This glass will then be repurposed, through the use of machinery, into sand – a valuable product with developmental and industrial application.
This is a platform based business promoting local service businesses. This web based system utilizes drivers that are working for rideshare companies (Uber, Lyft, Instacart, Etc.) We would use these drivers to use direct sales tactics for property related services. If they saw a fence that needed repair they would take a photo and log it in the platform.
Rock Cliff Productions began to have a business established to complete work for a friend’s wedding.
My goal is to establish a storefront which offers multiple interactive photo displays for still photography and videography. I hope to establish this service and begin to grow my production company into a full-service content creation center.
Goldfinch Teahouse aims to become a unique destination in Berkeley County, offering an unforgettable tea experience in an Instagram-worthy atmosphere. Beyond specialty themed teas, we plan to offer selfie stations, a venue for private events, and etiquette classes designed to empower our community’s youth.
The Dandiest Life LLC is a company that specializes in helping individual persons, an entire family, or a business achieve community integration, navigation, and socialization, most authentically and victoriously. Through identifying the clients core needs and goals, The Dandiest Life LLC produces exceptional work outcomes that fall under the categories of Educational Services and Full-Spectrum Family & Business Solutions.
From the rip, Oakwood BBQ has been consistently selling out of food and producing some of the finest hardwood smoked BBQ on the East Coast. The restaurant is a classic walk-up style food stand with an ample outdoor lawn seating area for customers, friends, and family to enjoy a unique culinary experience.
Indigo Garden School is a community focused food education program. The initial launch curriculum is designed for pre-K and elementary students. Students learn about growing and preparing food from start to finish. Lessons include how to take common homemade items and use them for gardening, arts & crafts, and food related science projects.
I am a fourth generation candy-maker, and I create high-quality confectionery delights using the best ingredients, old-fashioned techniques and family recipes. Brosmer’s Candies was a candy store in Columbus, Ohio from 1910 until the late fifties where my great-grandparents served the local community with their homemade candies, ice cream, light lunch and contemporary sodas from back-in-the-day.
300 Foxcroft Avenue, Suite 201
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Combined with her strong work ethic of integrity and excellence, she is committed to the success of individuals and businesses.
Carol holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor’s in Business Education. She served as the Executive Director of the Region 9 Planning and Development Counsel from 2006-2013. She is currently employed as a full-time professor in the College of Business at Shepherd University and a part-time business coach for the WV Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in the Eastern Panhandle.