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.
A young local startup has dropped some coin to acquire a fellow cryptocurrency firm.
With its path cleared by a recent City Council vote, at least one electric scooter operator is readying for its Richmond debut.
After hashing out the idea aboard one of their boats, a couple of local guitar enthusiasts are looking to make waves of another sort – soundwaves included – with their musician-minded invention.