The standoff between the head of a Goochland nonprofit and the organization’s board has ended. But plans are in the works for a new organization.
Using free-range pigs to make high quality Italian meats, a Mechanicsville start up seeks to take the food world by storm.
A local startup has big plans for the future of corporate events.
Entrepreneurs find a niche with artisanal pork products.
Two VCU graduates were part of a team of students that developed a prototype for a low-cost operating table designed for use in developing countries. Now they have formed a company, Operation Simple LLC, to continue development and testing of the product for future sale.
Richmonder Clay Hilbert’s tabletop parlor game Hookum has taken off since hitting store shelves this year.
A Charlottesville startup wants grocery shopping to be a team sport, and the company has expanded here with a handful of partners already signed up.
There’s a new group of Virginia investors looking to invest as much as $250,000 at a time into growing businesses, and reasons it might succeed where others have failed include a social component and low-pressure requirements for members.
A company founded on the therapeutic qualities of copper has created an affiliate company devoted to using copper in hospitals.
Three former S&K Menswear employees are trying to take the S&K model and run it online. They’ve packed a 3,000-square-foot warehouse with men’s dress clothes and invested $150,000 in the startup.