Posts tagged “CED”
Firms cover an array of life sciences, hardware, software, telecommunications and online services. Investors from across the Southeast are expected to attend. 'We get to see a whole lot of people at once,' executive from presenting company says.
Mix includes 12 life science, three networking, one hardware, eight software, four Internet companies. CED calls selections a "diverse array."
A technology focus has built PricewaterhouseCoopers' Raleigh office into a powerhouse and has made Barber a respected voice among entrepreneurs and VCs.
'The company is large enough with the intellectual horsepower to move the company where it needs to be,' says analyst who follows Triangle closely. But getting Coviracil approved is crucial to company's future.
Annual CED event to include 25 or more companies. Among the speakers is a top technology investor.
Representatives from Intersouth, Eno River, Aurora and others trek to Miami in search of promising deals and new investors. But they also say they aren't abandoning N.C. start-ups.
Alston & Bird kicks in $150,000 for 'Innovation' campaign. With three months still to go, CED has now raised $2.5 million.
Business consultant Ed Weems, who helps direct CED's FastTrac program for entrepreneurs, says the sessions will give executives insight into how their colleagues handle problems.
In speech to CED, Charlotte banker also spells out challenges RTP and state must address if the high-tech economy is to be nurtured and expanded.
Intersouth Partner tells entrepreneurs "to assume this will never change." VCs are "chicken" due to stock market woes and low public company values.
"Entrepreneurs should and will become more knowledgeable about the schools in our community just as they do any other critical resource to their business," says Monica Doss, executive director of CED
More than 500 people are expected at the Money & Markets 2002 Conference to discuss financial issues of importance to early and mid-stage technology firms.
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