Two local startup accelerators have named the 15 startups that will make up their fall programs.
The neighborhood has two more office tenants, including a new arrival at the HandCraft Cleaners building.
Thirsting for revenue after the coronavirus pandemic dried up business at his local bartending school, Mike Love got creative.
STAC, founded by former UR, VMI and Ferrum football players, is a website for high school athletes to promote themselves and for coaches to more easily find their recruits. It has raised $800,000 from investors to date.
The company has taken over 20,000 square feet in a redeveloped building on Belleville Street. It’s one of the bigger office deals in the neighborhood in recent memory.
“Without the ability to gather ー whether it be for a member meetup or a celebration rental ー the physical space no longer made sense for the business model.”
Taking over part of an e-cigarette manufacturing facility in Chesterfield, a medical supply startup has launched a plan to make a sizable dent in the nation’s supply of medical face masks.
Undeterred by the coronavirus pandemic, a local gelato and snack maker are expanding their offerings and hoping to gain more traction in a competitive, unpredictable time for companies vying for space on grocery shelves.
A local company that aims to be an Airbnb-like service for warehouse space has stockpiled seven figures’ worth of fresh cash.
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.