Palmyra, Va.-based Intelligent Service Panel won the first Tech Challenge Hanover, a contest designed to reward promising technology startups.
A teacup poodle’s unusual choice for a chew toy provides the inspiration for a Midlothian-based company.
A startup that moved to Richmond from Atlanta has found a profitable niche in custom shades.
Find out why Eric Spivack quit his job at Altria to peddle coffee from a 4-by-8-foot trailer — and why you won’t see a pumpkin spice drink on his menu.
The second round of SEED grants from Bon Secours to promote entrepreneurship in the East End saw some repeat winners.
The Richmond Venture Forum honored 13 local businesses at its annual RVA Companies to Watch event on Wednesday.
A salon started in a one-room office in Carytown has expanded to a 2,100-square-foot space in Short Pump, and the owners have their sights set on more locations.
Shockoe Denim, a custom jeans company, plans to open this week in Shockoe Slip with three design students on staff.
An online business focused on minimalist footwear is up and running in its new Richmond headquarters.
A new website is putting Virginia startups on the map — literally.