Fringe closed on a $4 million seed round in February and AnswersNow took in $1.8 million from investors.
The Richmond tech company is growing and moving from 1717 Summit Ave. to a bigger space at 3005 W. Marshall St.
The Richmond software firm took in $500,000 recently and the indoor farming equipment maker has gathered $2.7 million.
The company was awarded a one-year permit to operate 500 rentable electric scooters on the city’s streets and they can already be seen parked in Carytown.
Richmond’s EDA is awarding $120,000 to Chop Chop RVA to help restaurants survive the pandemic by making to-go orders more profitable.
The co-founders of Social Auto Transport previously worked together at CarMax, which they now count as a client.
The co-founders of RichWine grew up together in Hanover and were living in New York City when they decided to turn their love of wine into a business.
Civica, which is partnering with Phlow, VCU’s Medicines For All Institute and AMPAC, plans to manufacture generic drugs and create 200 jobs.
RVA Iron Gym, which is launching at 3910 Adams Road in the spring, will cater to competitive powerlifters.
“We’re kind of in the bull’s eye of COVID across our business sectors. People aren’t in offices and we can’t do catering,” said co-owner Scott Halloran.