May 16 - 30

Startup Virginia awarded $100,000 grant from Luck Companies

UZURV receives $5 million investment

Richmond resident designs app for TV viewing
Richmond resident Nick Molter has developed the Dinggo app that lets users simultaneously search through Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Video for moves by genre.

Startup Spotlight: Founders of Rivvir want to make it faster and easier to buy drinks at events
The two entrepreneurs from Richmond founded Rivvir, a startup business with a smartphone app that enables people to buy drink tickets ahead of time for an event, then get their drinks at the event with a fast and simple swipe of their phone.

Founders of Dominion Payroll invest in local startup venture Tablee
The Richmond-based startup company Tablee has gotten a “significant” investment from two local entrepreneurs who grew their own company from a startup venture to one with more than 100 employees and 2,500 clients.

Startup Spotlight: Neofect offers 'smart glove' device to help recovery from stroke or injury
The idea behind the startup company Neofect goes back to 2010, when Hoyoung Ban and Scott Kim were attending graduate school at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business.

Entrepreneurs give records another spin with plans for new store in Stony Point Fashion Park
The Lamprechts, married for 36 years, are opening a record store in Stony Point Fashion Park in July. It won’t be their first time selling music in various formats including vinyl records, which are making a comeback though still nowhere near digital record sales.