While two electric scooter rental companies are up and running in Richmond, two other competitors have slowed their roll, citing city regulations.
The electric scooter giant, whose unannounced launch in Richmond last year prompted the creation of regulations for the dockless, on-demand vehicles, is giving it another go in the city.
Seven figures’ worth of fresh capital has rolled in for one of the region’s insurance technology startups.
A newcomer to the VA Bio+Tech Park downtown is looking to get going with seven figures of startup funding.
A local health food startup is looking to haul in another eight-figure investment.
A local coworking brand is branching out for the first time into Chesterfield County, helping to anchor a sizable mixed-use development taking shape in Midlothian.
Left for dead by their California-based owner, hundreds of electric scooters that were impounded by the city last year are now up for grabs.
Two area startups are on a roll with raising money in order to expand their services, with one closing out an $850,000 haul and another that’s just begun to go up to $750,000.
Coworking concepts have been catching on in Richmond in a big way, but so far they’ve been mostly concentrated in the downtown area.
A flock of scooters has descended upon Richmond once again – but this time the city is happy about it.