A kava kerfuffle between the state government and a new specialty bar in the Fan is taking a litigious turn.
The company, which offers a Uber-like service connecting elderly people with contractors who can provide household assistance and companionship, is tripling the size of its headquarters.
It was a $500,000 problem that inspired Margaret Upshur to launch Mobius Materials, which she recently moved to Richmond from Silicon Valley.
It took a couple years, but a local tortilla chip maker has finally scooped up a bigger space where it has also opened a retail store.
With a fresh round of funding in hand, Greenswell Growers is a step closer to sprouting additional production capabilities to fuel its expanding grocery store presence. The Goochland-based indoor farming company reported last week it has raised $6.9 million in a capital round from investors. A portion of the funding is earmarked for expansion of… Read more »
After expanding its lab footprint in Richmond, the company also has expanded its war chest with an eight-figure capital raise.
Scott’s Addition-based Babylon Micro-Farms has new funding to continue the growth of its hydroponic vertical farming systems to other businesses.
The new venture from Michael Bor and Chris Bossola, the former heads of their respective once-fast-growing Richmond companies CarLotz and Need Supply, is off and running with its first sizable cash haul. Their startup, The Endowment Project, last week completed a raise of $4.5 million from investors, Bor said Wednesday. The funds will help spring-load… Read more »
A University of Richmond entrepreneurship course taught by the founder of Richmond startup success story Health Warrior has led to the launch of yet another new student-led company.
“We’re ready to hit the gas,” the COO said of the company, which started last year in a UR course that helped students develop a packaged food concept.