Updated 1:35 p.m. Tuesday
Ten startups offering "cool career opportunities" are listed in the latest roundup of job openings as compiled by ExitEvent. So who is hiring and for what?
Idea Fund Partners, Henry Kaestner's Sovereign's Capital and angels provide funding for American Underground-based predictive analytics startup "First," which targets real estate professionals.
The Trailblazers Startup Weekend drew a diverse crowd to tackle a diversity of issues - just as the organizers had hoped, reports Amy Huffman for ExitEvent.
A diverse crowd tackles a diversity of issues
Cary angel investor David Gardner executes on plans to launch a new early stage venture fund in the Triangle raising $10 million. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the story.
Updated June 16
Raleigh-based drone startup PrecisionHawk and an NC State-FAA partnership are making NC a leader in unmanned aerial vehicle development, reports Jordan Rogers for ExitEvent.
A Precision Hawk drone
Raleigh startup PredictifyMe raises venture capital from high-profile investors and readies launch with customers, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
A new UNC mentoring program pairs student and alumni entrepreneurs for career-long relationships, reports Aaron Scarboro for ExitEvent.
AgileRealm, AnyCloud, BoomboxFM and ELXR Health leave The Startup Factory with beta tests and fundraising underway, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
For new Startup Lab, Duke's Center for Advanced Hindsight and its founder Dan Ariely seek entrepreneurs who want insight from social scientists to build businesses.
Repelling mosquitoes, attracting makers: Those are among the goals for Philip Freeman and "Murphy's Naturals." Freeman plans to offer co-working space soon in Raleigh as his business grows, says ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
The Bay Area entrepreneur returns to his native North Carolina to share how he became Silicon Valley's conversation-starter around diversity in tech. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the story.
Wayne Sutton inspiries diversity
The Lulu eGames has quickly become a hallmark for the young and vibrant NC State entrepreneurship community. Backed by the Entrepreneurship Initiative, which has grown to nearly 700 student members that span across colleges, the university has inspired students to believe, now more than ever, that they can be entrepreneurs and make a difference. Charles Etoroma reports from Tuesday's event for ExitEvent.
Updated April 29
ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman takes a look at the eight startups who hope to land $100,000 from AOL founder Steve Case when he visits the Triangle on May 5 for the "Rise of the Rest" tour.
After feedback from the women's mentoring organization Soar and customers, a promising Cary startup gets a new CEO and name. Amy Huffman reports the details for ExitEvent.
Updated April 23
Coinciding with the global observances of Earth Day on Wednesday, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman put together an impressive roundup of 25 earth-friendly startups - and investors - in the Triangle.
Two young entrepreneurs have set off on a journey to change the way information is communicated between teachers and students, starting with the hundreds of classes each day at NC State, and they have tests underway to disrupt other industries that require regular conversation too. Here's the story behind "Bulletin Mobile," as reported by ExitEvent.
A crowd of 400 packed into the Kenan Stadium Blue Zone on the University of North Carolina campus April 9 to hear from leading researchers and rising entrepreneurs at the 2015 Innovation Showcase, Exit Event reports.
UNC's annual event paves the way for a center of sports business and analytics in the Triangle, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
Amy Huffman reports in detail for ExitEvent: How American Underground is moving past rhetoric and into action with help from CODE2040 and a new Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
ExitEvent founder and contributing writer Joe Procoopio paid a visit to the seventh annual East Coast Gaming Conference in Raleigh earlier this week to examine the state of the market. "It's solid. And evolving," he writes at ExitEvent.