Glenn Diersen is the first to admit that his seemingly limitless exuberance for the staffing industry is unusual. “I don’t think many people will tell you they intentionally got into this industry,” said the 30-year-old founder and president of locally based staffing firm Summit Human Capital. “There can be a negative stigma around our industry.”… Read more »
“If there’s a way to hit an easy button for an entrepreneur, then we are going to find that,” said owner Nadia Anderson.
The Short Pump space of Derek Cha’s Hangry Joe’s Hot Chicken will be a few doors down from the original Sweet Frog store he founded.
LipLoveLine, which sells lip gloss and lip balm online, was inspired by founder Briana Williams’ struggles with body image and self-esteem while growing up.
The 1,100-square-foot space at 4915 W. Broad St. near Willow Lawn will cater to anyone who wants to take pictures with different backgrounds and props.
Linebird’s system features the same tools a human lineman would use, but modified to be affixed to a drone.
Retail brand Sassy Jones ranked No. 24 on this year’s list with 12,736 percent growth, topping all local companies.
The startup has several listings in the city, as well as Mechanicsville, Chesterfield, Prince George and Colonial Heights, with hourly rates ranging from $40 to $100.
Brandefy, which offers a mobile app that allows users to compare beauty products, is launching an offshoot called Skincall Co.
Mobiledumps, which rents wheeled, 14-cubic-yard dumpsters to residential and commercial users, moved into 3425-B W. Leigh St. earlier this week.