There’s a new startup accelerator in town, one hoping to carve out its niche in the energy sectors and on the hunt for its inaugural class of participants.
An electric scooter rental company that pulled out of Richmond due to the coronavirus pandemic is migrating back to the city’s streets.
Just as to-go has become the go-to for getting restaurant food, a Richmond startup has launched an app intended to make takeout easier.
A new marketing firm has launched to provide services to other up-and-comers.
After finding a niche in cafés and gourmet markets locally, Sara McGlothlin is expanding the reach of her snack bar startup.
What do you do when the main premise of your business model – gathering clusters of people in communal space – is antithetical to the current state of the world?
As one electric scooter rental company hits pause on its Richmond operations, another operator continues service in the city as the coronavirus pandemic rages.
A Richmond-based company known for its barefoot-mimicking athletic footwear is dipping its toes outside the gym.
A local tech company that matches seniors with companions has made the jump outside the Richmond market after a recent investment round.
As it looks to go into capital-raising mode, a local homebrew equipment startup has struck a deal with an industry giant.