After hashing out the idea aboard one of their boats, a couple of local guitar enthusiasts are looking to make waves of another sort – soundwaves included – with their musician-minded invention.
As regulations to legalize dockless electric scooters and bicycles in Richmond make their way through City Hall, questions remain as to the effectiveness and fate of the city’s own bike share program.
This busy year was one of openings, arrivals, investments and acquisitions for Richmond-area startups, with a popular scooter-share company attempting to launch overnight on Richmond streets.
A new-to-town delivery app is looking to let Richmonders stock the bar without leaving the house.
A yearlong effort to establish a practice space in Richmond for casual musicians has landed a venue.
Scooter startups such as Lime and Bird are one step closer to pushing off legally in Richmond, following a city committee meeting that had a third electric vehicle operator join the conversation.
The Giving Wall, a new local website that connects people living at or below the poverty line with those who are willing to help them fill a need, launches Dec. 3.
Another new on-demand model is making a run here, this time with the goal of peddling goods one would find at convenience stores.
Ginger Juice, which has locations in Richmond’s Village Shopping Center and Henrico’s Greengate, plans to add a third store in Chesterfield – while its owner is also considering franchising.
What began as an idea in Afton, Virginia has evolved into a local startup that’s attracted world-famous musicians as clients and caught the ear of Richmond investors.