Nearly 10 months after they arrived on the city streets unexpectedly, rentable electric scooters are officially coming back to Richmond.
The Redbox of electric scooter rental companies sees a pairing with Slurpees as its competitive advantage as it prepares to launch in the city with a model that may help it sidestep some Richmond red tape.
Following Bird, Lime and others, another scooter startup is planning to roll into Richmond and has grabbed some real estate near The Diamond.
Another tech company is plugging into Scott’s Addition.
Eighteen months after going live in Richmond, a Shockoe Bottom-based startup has pulled in seven figures worth of fresh cash.
A local insurance startup aimed at outdoor enthusiasts is gradually making its way east as it plans a launch in its home state.
A national coworking brand with more than a dozen shared office spaces around the country is putting the finishing touches on its first Virginia location, in Scott’s Addition.
On the same day it filed an initial public offering, a Silicon Valley-based ride-share giant also established a brick-and-mortar presence in Richmond.
Kumbaya Space, a new coworking concept, will have the usual coworking amenities as well as help with accounting, HR, marketing and a yoga room.
As it pivots its business model, a well-funded Richmond startup has sold part of itself to another local operator.