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Posts tagged “ExitEvent”

October 23

Premium Lock Durham-based ELXR Health lands $10K financing

Durham-based ELXR Health, which has a digital platform for managing consent forms between doctors and patients, has raised $10,000 in a small equity round, according to a regulatory filing.

ELXR foudners, Paul Emauel and Clinto Racine ELXR foudners, Paul Emauel and Clinto Racine

October 19

Premium Lock Ansible's sale the 7th tech exit from American Tobacco Campus in two years

Exit Event he IT automation software company Ansible, which sold to Red Hat for more than $100 million, has grown exponentially in Durham in the last year has joined an elite list of technology (or tech affiliated) companies located on the American Tobacco campus that have exited since the beginning of 2014. Exit Event has the story.

October 7

Premium Lock Inside the Startup Factory bootcamp

Startup Factory Exit Event takes you inside the Startup Fatory bootcamp for entrepreneurs, coming to Greensboro next.

September 16

Premium Lock CED Tech Venture: Betaversity launches Dorsal software

Exit Event Betaversity launches Dorsal software to help job seekers find the right cultural fit from the CED Tech Venture stage Tuesday.

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Updated September 11

Premium Lock Innovate Raleigh's focus on diversity: starting points

Nzinga Shaw, Atlanta Hawks chief diversity officer Atlanta Hawks Chief Diversity Officer Nzinga Shaw shares experiences and lessons that led to a career promoting inclusion at Innovate Raleigh Thursday.

September 10

Premium Lock Attending Innovatours in Raleigh? Here's a guide to startups and spaces

Planning to attend the Innovate Raleigh event over the next two days? A Startup Crawl is set for Thursday followed by the conference on Friday. ExitEvent has published a detailed map of venues.

Tracking Innovate Raleigh via ExitEvent map Tracking Innovate Raleigh via ExitEvent map

Updated September 10

Premium Lock 15 students pitch startup ideas at NC State's Entrepalooza

NCSU logo On Wednesday, N.C. State awarded grants worth up to as much as $75,000 to technology ideas that could become commercial companies spun out off the university. Just last week, another group of potential ideas - 15 developed by students - were pitched at the NCSU Entrepalooza. ExitEvent has the details.

September 8

Premium Lock Innovate Raleigh Summit: Why it's different in 2015 and what to expect

How this year's Innovate Raleigh Summit is different, and why we're focusing on inclusivity and diversity, according to Allyson Sutton of HQRaleigh. She wrote this blog for ExitEvent.

How will you help innovate? How will you help innovate?

September 3

Premium Lock North Carolina is a leader in legislating virtual currency, Bitcoin expert says

Bitcoins     NC Triangle Bitcoin Meetup hosted a national digital commerce industry leader for Bitcoin legislative update and discussion. "North Carolina is taking a leadership role in coming up with a way to regulate virtual currency--a different approach than what New York is doing--and many within the industry are very supportive of the efforts here," says Perianne Boring.

September 1

Premium Lock Bridging Tobacco Road: A hand lotion's startup with UNC, Duke co-founders

A pair of UNC and Duke students, and Robertson Scholars, partnered to launch skincare startup Carpe. Their antiperspirant lotion for sweaty hands hit the market in July, reports Amy Huffman for ExitEvent.

Kasper Kubica, left, and David Spratte Kasper Kubica, left, and David Spratte

August 31

Premium Lock Raleigh startup Betaversity plans aggressive expansion for 'BetaBox' mobile labs

Raleigh-based Betaversity will begin national expansion of its EdTech platform with a "BetaBox" coming to St. Louis in 2016, report Laura Baverman and Shannon Cuthrell of ExitEvent.

The "BetaBox" The "BetaBox"

August 25

Premium Lock New name, new home for family-friendly Wake Robotics

The Forge Initiative, formerly Wake Robotics, adds Durham's American Underground to its wish list of family innovation spaces in the Triangle, reports Amy Huffman for ExitEvent. The group is also working toward opening space in Cary.

Pushing the robotics envelope Pushing the robotics envelope

Updated August 24

Premium Lock Steen Kanter, who brought IKEA to North America, talks #TheBigIdea

After years building brands like IKEA, Herman Miller, Everlast and Lord & Taylor, Steen Kanter wants to spend more time mentoring startups in Raleigh. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with Kanter about why he's backing #TheBigIdea.

Steen Kanter backs #TheBigIdea Steen Kanter backs #TheBigIdea

August 20

Premium Lock At NCSU, how a professor turns students into entrepreneurs

NC State's Entrepreneurship Clinic is a new way to engage students in real world entrepreneurship. Here's the man behind it - Professor Lewis Sheats. A profile by Charles Etoroma for Exit Event.

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August 19

Premium Lock Soccer star Cindy Parlow Cone targets concussions at new startup

Chapel Hill wearable tech startup led by soccer great Cindy Parlow Cone is one of six female-led companies to join the SoarTriangle mentorship program for 2015-2016. Reagan Reynolds reports on the Olympic gold winner's new mission: Fighting concussions.

August 17

Premium Lock Veterans flex their startup muscles at Patriot Boot Camp

Chapel Hill and UNC Online recently hosted the first Southeast Patriot Boot Camp from TechStars last month, helping to create more veteran-owned startups and entrepreneurs. And a Marine veteran's Tiger Eye Security Sensor went home the winner.

Vets at first Patriot Boot Camp Vets at first Patriot Boot Camp

August 12

Premium Lock Turning trash into $$$$: Duke grads changing world of e-waste recycling

As co-founders of Smart Metals Recycling just outside Charlotte, former Duke students Shelly Li and Arun Karottu are tackling e-waste head on. Their startup has gone from $0 to $9 million in two years, reports ExitEvent.

Co-founders of Smart Metals Recycling Co-founders of Smart Metals Recycling

August 11

Premium Lock Three student-lab ventures make pitches at UNC's Reese News Lab

Working at Reese News Lab  Three student-formed ideas for possible new companies with ideas to improve North Carolina's courts, digitize classroom debates and help Realtors sell home are the latest to emerge from the Reese News Lab at UNC-Chapel Hill.

August 10

Premium Lock American Underground adding third location in Durham

American Underground @Market Street, the startup hub's fourth campus and third in Durham, will house larger offices, retail and an interactive lab for youth. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details.

American Underground's lates addition (left) American Underground's lates addition (left)

August 6

Premium Lock Is Wilmington becoming NC's newest startup hub?

ExitEvent As two hot startups prepare to move downtown, Wilmington leaders are positioning the center city as a startup hub, Adam Shay reports at ExitEvent.

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