After stints working events for nonprofits such as Ronald McDonald House and Bon Secours, Tunstall Willis decided to go out on her own.
Charlotte Rene Woods
A local branding studio has nestled further into the neighborhood and shacked up with a wedding planning company.
The Giving Wall, a new local website that connects people living at or below the poverty line with those who are willing to help them fill a need, launches Dec. 3.
Fresh off a move into new Henrico headquarters, a local tech firm announced plans to double its employee headcount in the next several years – and it could earn state incentives for doing so.
A former CPA has found a new fit as an entrepreneur.
Four years after bringing its Baja-style fish tacos and salsa to Richmond, a small Hampton Roads-based restaurant chain is heading back toward the ocean.
Two Richmond women specializing in furniture restoration are planning to convert their new sprinter van into a mobile workshop and use it to broaden their delivery schedule.
Ginger Juice, which has locations in Richmond’s Village Shopping Center and Henrico’s Greengate, plans to add a third store in Chesterfield – while its owner is also considering franchising.
A career change for a local transportation company manager has brought a national brand to Richmond.
What began as an idea in Afton, Virginia has evolved into a local startup that’s attracted world-famous musicians as clients and caught the ear of Richmond investors.