Two local entrepreneurs just launched Azzida, which is designed with a twist to compete with on-demand jobs sites like TaskRabbit and Handy.
Vint has SEC approvals for its first offering — a $46,000 collection of 24 bottles primarily from California’s Screaming Eagle Winery.
The owner is an interior designer who moved here from Cleveland with a passion for dinner parties.
ELYA, which relies on refrigeration and credit cards to sell quick-serve healthy entrees and snacks, chose a spot outside menswear brand Alton Lane’s corporate office.
Naborforce is a Lyft-like service that facilitates companionship and other errands for elderly people by matching them with contractors.
“It’s really a niche product, but then along comes COVID, and everybody’s in masks,” said Donna Spurrier, who developed the glasses after a shower mishap.
“We’re trying to bring science and analytics to economic development,” said the founder of Richmond-based EDai, which considers a lot more than incentives.
Atlanta-based PadSplit will provide an online marketplace of housing options in the Petersburg area initially, with more Richmond properties to be added later.
Kamana is merging with Omaha-based Triage in a deal announced last week. Terms were not disclosed.
Siren Vibes Records is tapping into talent in Virginia, Maryland and D.C., and plans to be a pipeline to larger markets like Los Angeles.