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.
The hospital chain and 13 others in the U.S. created Truveta, a company that will sell anonymous data in the name of improved medical care and research.
Fringe closed on a $4 million seed round in February and AnswersNow took in $1.8 million from investors.
The Richmond tech company is growing and moving from 1717 Summit Ave. to a bigger space at 3005 W. Marshall St.
The Richmond software firm took in $500,000 recently and the indoor farming equipment maker has gathered $2.7 million.
The company was awarded a one-year permit to operate 500 rentable electric scooters on the city’s streets and they can already be seen parked in Carytown.
Richmond’s EDA is awarding $120,000 to Chop Chop RVA to help restaurants survive the pandemic by making to-go orders more profitable.
The co-founders of Social Auto Transport previously worked together at CarMax, which they now count as a client.
The co-founders of RichWine grew up together in Hanover and were living in New York City when they decided to turn their love of wine into a business.
Civica, which is partnering with Phlow, VCU’s Medicines For All Institute and AMPAC, plans to manufacture generic drugs and create 200 jobs.