A local restaurateur and college friends launched a web-based service last month that aggregates products and prices for eateries to make ordering easier.
Chesterfield-based MySpectrum’s client based has doubled since March and its team of therapists has grown from five when it started in 2019 to 19 now.
Siblings create an app to facilitate delivery, takeout and contactless dine-in services for local restaurants and grocery stores.
Hour Cycle Studio features Black instructors and makes hip hop music a regular fixture of workouts.
ELYA to offer a line of refrigerated, quick-serve healthy entrees to offices, hospitals and universities.
Move over, CarMax. Richmond will soon be home to a second publicly traded used car retailer.
DropAlley is developing an online marketplace and conducting pilot runs with different brands and sets of customers.
A walking food tour operation now has the option to be motorized after acquiring a 14-passenger bus as part of the deal.
The rankings of the region’s fastest-growing companies have been released and here’s a look at what’s fueled the growth of the top 5.
Richmond-based Cloth & Paper, which sells day planners and the paper inserts to fill them, has grown to 36 employees, 22 of which have been hired since March.