Posts tagged “ExitEvent”
Executives at Wilmington-based REEDS Jewelers provide a handful of examples as to why in June it became the first fine jeweler in the country to accept Bitcoin as payment in this story as part of the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.
Triangle Health Startup Weekend is a three-day event that took place at American Underground @Main in Durham. So what makes this most recent Triangle Startup Weekend event different from the plethora of others? ExitEvent's Sarah Headley reports.
ExitEvent's Laura Baverman provides the third in a series of profiles on the first four women to be mentored by SOAR, a new Triangle area organization to help female entrepreneurs raise capital and grow their companies. In this story, as part of the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent, she visits with Melissa DeRosier, a clinical psychologist who moonlights as a gamer, an author and a CEO.
ExitEvent's Amy Huffman highlights five key stats to better understand how VC impacts North Carolina's startups and start-up community in this story as part of the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.
Apple co-founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak confirms speaking gig at the November digital marketing event known as the Internet Summit - and ExitEvent editor Laura Baverman is excited.
Why the timing might just be right for a campus dedicated to beer (and the business of it) is the focus of an in-depth report from ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman, who visited the Rocky Mount Brewmill for a first-hand report.
Eight new fellows join Raleigh's ThinkHouse as of Aug. 1, reports Sarah Headley of ExitEvent. ThinkHouse graduated its first seven "fellows" who built five startups in June.
Karl Rectanus, founder of Lea(R)n, an education technology startup in Raleigh, is off to New York City to participate in the Kaplan EdTech Accelerator. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman reports the details.
The operator of startup campuses in Durham and Raleigh (and owner of ExitEvent) reveals a plan to double the size of its space on Main Street in downtown Durham by January, making room for 50 additional companies and meeting a 2012 goal of housing 200 companies by 2015.
N.C. Governor Pat McCrory and the North Carolina Office of Science & Technology are looking for information to help efforts aimed at university commercialization. Entrepreneurs can help by taking a survey, says ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
This is part one of a three-part series on how to turn ideas into companies. This story features Scot Wingo, co-founder and CEO of ChannelAdvisor, and is part the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.
Nick Bhargava, co-founder of Raleigh-based GroundFloor, wants entrepreneurs to take a stance on net neutrality before the FCC's comment period ends on Friday. Bhargava spells out his argument in a blog written for ExitEvent.