One of Richmond’s finance giants is contributing $100,000 to a local nonprofit program that nurtures a class of entrepreneurs for three months each year.
A local venture capital firm was one of five investors that raised a total of nearly $7 million for a NoVa-based prepared meal delivery company.
A music streaming service that picked up some local recognition after setting up shop in Richmond last year has turned down the volume, at least temporarily.
Following his recovery from cancer, a freshly minted — and bearded — entrepreneur is trying his hand at the manscaping market.
The credit card giant has opened its wallet to buy a downtown building and back the area’s startups, one of which has already signed on as a tenant.
After a hitting a legal speed bump last year that threatened its ability to do business in its home state, a Richmond-based ride-sharing startup has gotten the green light from the General Assembly.
The startup’s most recent funding round comes on the heels of a $150,000 capital raise, as well as financial awards from a local accelerator and a startup competition.
A mother-son duo is flipping the script on traditional tutoring, as it sends millennials to teach older generations how to be tech savvy.
A new mobile marketing startup is targeting a lush market in Richmond: hungry college students.
A local couple’s time on the Outer Banks was the inspiration for the latest iteration of Richmonders turning a personal recipe into a business venture.