The electric scooter giant, whose unannounced launch in Richmond last year prompted the creation of regulations for the dockless, on-demand vehicles, is giving it another go in the city.
Seven figures’ worth of fresh capital has rolled in for one of the region’s insurance technology startups.
A newcomer to the VA Bio+Tech Park downtown is looking to get going with seven figures of startup funding.
A local health food startup is looking to haul in another eight-figure investment.
A local coworking brand is branching out for the first time into Chesterfield County, helping to anchor a sizable mixed-use development taking shape in Midlothian.
Left for dead by their California-based owner, hundreds of electric scooters that were impounded by the city last year are now up for grabs.
Two area startups are on a roll with raising money in order to expand their services, with one closing out an $850,000 haul and another that’s just begun to go up to $750,000.
Coworking concepts have been catching on in Richmond in a big way, but so far they’ve been mostly concentrated in the downtown area.
A flock of scooters has descended upon Richmond once again – but this time the city is happy about it.
A local startup is returning home from a trip to Silicon Valley with seven figures’ worth of extra baggage.