Nominations for Richmond’s Inno Madness bracket challenge are open

Richmond Inno is looking for nominations for its fourth-annual startup bracket challenge.

Inno Madness, formerly Tech Madness, is designed to generate awareness and excitement for Richmond’s ecosystem — and those that are driving it forward.

So, how does Inno Madness work? It’s easy. Nominate a local startup. We’re looking for private, tech-enabled businesses or companies that support innovation. The Inno team will then assemble brackets based on your nominations.

We’ll reveal the bracket in March, and companies will go head-to-head with you, our readers, voting to determine who moves on from every matchup. Every week, we’ll post the updated bracket and voting will begin again. We’ll announce our annual Inno Madness winner at the end.

Here’s what to consider:

Has the company raised any funding?
In one sentence, why would you invest in this company (i.e., an interesting concept or product, social impact, long-term potential, etc.)?
What else do you want to share about the…

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