A former political insider hopes his new brand’s playful name and bright packaging will bring a younger crowd to the ginger ale market.
Fifteen businesses are finalists for a $10,000 prize and free office space in the Greater Richmond Chamber’s inaugural startup competition.
Richmond-based consignment car dealer CarLotz crossed the river and leased its second location after a year in business.
Richmond Trolley Company, the venture behind the old-fashioned red trolley cars you’ve probably seen cruising Richmond recently, has hosted some big-name riders.
A Richmond-based specialty insurance startup is adding 6,000 square feet to office in Henrico County and going on a hiring spree.
A local software engineer and his college buddy have launched a startup to make business run a little smoother for contractors.
Five teams made their best pitches Monday in the final round of the University of Richmond’s annual business competition.
Annie Ward Love launched her business, Love Lines, with a line of note cards and prints while she was in middle school.
CarLotz, a used car consignment concept that’s almost a year old, closed this week on a $1.5 million round of financing.
A Richmond entrepreneur is going to test the theory that artists do their best work after a few drinks.