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.
Henry Fletcher, who launched 1115 Mobile Kitchen earlier this month, aims to serve meat eaters and their “plant-based friends.”
AvePoint aims to eventually grow its local staff to 200 after it goes public and trades on Nasdaq early next year.
The Heylow e-commerce operation sells attire suited for working from home.
Wife-and-husband duo aim for a bigger slice of the market by featuring knife throwing at their new location.
A local restaurateur and college friends launched a web-based service last month that aggregates products and prices for eateries to make ordering easier.
Chesterfield-based MySpectrum’s client based has doubled since March and its team of therapists has grown from five when it started in 2019 to 19 now.
Siblings create an app to facilitate delivery, takeout and contactless dine-in services for local restaurants and grocery stores.
Hour Cycle Studio features Black instructors and makes hip hop music a regular fixture of workouts.