“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.
A local hip-hop artist, a bowling alley owner and a hotel veteran teamed up to launch the business this month.
The owners are aiming for zero waste by having a sister company build tree swings and ziplines out of the timber it collects when it removes trees.
The owners of Three Leg Run hope to have a leg up on their competition by making and selling three types of alcohol.
The company is taking 4,500 square feet at 1406 Belleville St., which is a door down from its 20,000-square-foot office at 1504 Belleville St.
The COVID-19 outbreak provided plenty of opportunity for entrepreneurs to address the range of problems that came with it.
Lokii, which launched in March, has rolled out a delivery service for select stores on its app and website.
The three-floor office features flexible floor plans that can be carved up into custom suites for company groups of up to 50 people.
AnswersNow, which offers app-based, virtual therapy for autistic adults and children, plans to serve patients in five to seven more states by next summer.
Harbert Growth Partners benefited from stellar timing and Blue Heron Capital anticipated the rise of telehealth.