Supporting East End Entrepreneurship Development awarded grants to three Manchester businesses as well as six Church Hill businesses in its latest round.
Scott’s Addition startup Mobiledumps sold two of its corporate-owned locations earlier this month.
“We have this diverse, multifaceted initiative to look across the entire pipeline and understand where the gaps and needs are,” said CEO Chandra Briggman.
ELYA was forced to reconsider the use of its signature fridges to sell its prepared meals and it launched home delivery service for them instead.
The expansion boosted the Dominion Energy Innovation Center’s total size to 5,500 square feet and added a kitchen and new conference room.
Absurd Snacks, the product of a course called Bench Top Innovations, launched its line of roasted bean trail mixes through its online store this week.
Henrico County-based TemperPack Technologies plans to open two more manufacturing plants and launch new products.
No Limbits was founded in Iowa but was part of Lighthouse Labs’ fall 2021 accelerator class. It will be featured in an April episode of “Shark Tank.”
Two friends noticed the Short Pump kids train stopped running during the pandemic, so they launched PlayRVA to reopen it and give rides at other malls.
It took two and a half years, but Richmond now has a citywide technology zone. The specific benefits of that zone, however, still remain in the works. The Richmond City Council this week finally approved an amendment to the city code establishing a technology zone across the city. First proposed by Councilmember Andreas Addison in… Read more »