Fri, Jun 11 DC | Michaela Althouse
UrbanStems cofounders Ajay Kori and Jeff Sheely started Allay Lamp to bring relief from a green light device into the darkness for people struggling with migraines. DC | Michaela Althouse
The company announced Thursday that it landed a $32 million Series B round, led by Tiger Global Management. "We are chasing our own growth," said CEO Jeremiah Lowin.
Thu, Jun 10 DC | Michaela Althouse
With "Your Next Big Idea," Sanders is providing a guide to innovation. The founder looked to make it actionable for readers. DC | Stephen Babcock
Capital CoLAB is working with educators, local government and employers in D.C., Maryland and Virginia to build skills and align talent for tech and digital careers. With TalentReady and other programs, it is putting a priority on equity.
Wed, Jun 09 DC | Michaela Althouse
The inaugural Startup Boost cohort included five DC companies in the pre-accelerator stage. When selecting applicants, codirectors Steven Rodriguez and Stephen Beauchamp said they looked for startups solving meaningful problems. DC | Michaela Althouse
The data intelligence company reached a $1.01 billion valuation following the completion of a $60 million Series B round led by Advance Venture Partners.
Tue, Jun 08 DC | Michaela Althouse
Plus, D.C. orgs are honoring Juneteenth with a conference by and for Black technologists, and Rosslyn's BID is re-upping its outdoor coworking space in Gateway Park. DC | Michaela Althouse
Less than a month after announcing the first space in Tysons, Virginia, the company has a new location for its Hospitality Living offerings. This time, it's in DC's West End neighborhood. DC | Alan Neuhauser
Debris, jobs and more.
Mon, Jun 07 DC | Michaela Althouse
For some, that all-too-familiar paintbrush tap noise is one that haunts our dreams with workday stress. For many technologists in the DMV area, it offered connection to current events, jobs and each other on a large-scale duri... DC | Michaela Althouse
Following a $250,000 investment from Boeing, the company will be providing additional free credits for its digital postcard program, and offering incarcerated people more access to digital literacy courses with Byte Back.