For three first-time entrepreneurs, a conversation over drinks at Quirk Hotel led to a new local startup built around precisely what they were sipping on.
As it expands its services and footprint, a Richmond-based party-planning company is beefing up its coffers for the third time in two years.
With $450,000 in the bag, a 4-year-old Richmond startup has hit a milestone in its second swipe at raising capital.
A batch of fledgling companies soon will be rooming with a more seasoned startup in the neighborhood’s remodeled HandCraft building.
A local firm connecting private landowners with outdoors enthusiasts is hunting for more capital as it expands in the Mid-Atlantic.
After sifting through nearly 300 applicants, a Richmond-based startup incubator has named its fifth class of entrepreneurial endeavors.
After finding success piggybacking on popular ridesharing apps, a local service has won the business of Richmond’s public transit provider.
After a fiery launch late last year, a local food startup is turning up the heat as it rebrands and expands its products and distribution. Ames’ Hot Southern Honey, now AR’s Hot Southern Honey, recently signed a deal to be in all 12 Publix grocery stores in the Richmond area, with more products on the… Read more »
While his previous business made him a reality TV star by helping hoarders dig out of their junk, the quick growth of Matt Paxton’s latest Richmond startup has forced him to make sure the company doesn’t get buried in other people’s stuff.
A Henrico-based financial firm has completed its second multimillion-dollar capital raise in a year, with plans to use this latest haul to continue its national expansion.