Posts tagged “ExitEvent”
An ExitEvent series: What's driving the growing network of hackerspaces in the U.S., starting with Durham-based Splat Space.
Annual business conference focuses on the next phase in North Carolina innovation with thought leaders.
"We look forward to continuing to help businesses grow and promote positive change in Chapel Hill, Orange County and the Triangle," says Dina Rousset, Associate Director at Kenan-Flagler's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Launch's Director.
Best known for her former role at The Startup Factory, Lizzy Hazeltine has a new job - at least temporarily. She's interim editor at ExitEvent, filling in for Laura Baverman who has taken maternity leave. Here's our Q&A with Lizzy, someone WRAL TechWire admires for her feisty attitude.
It's no secret that Scott Moody and Jonathan Gould are on a mission with their team at K4Connect. On Monday, the duo made good on their plans to secure institutional capital and strategic partnerships to rapidly scale their connected home venture.
The first full day of Black Wall Street Homecoming in Durham culminated in what has become the norm for startup events--a pitch competition. Yet, the Black Wall Street Homecoming angle was clear: connect companies with a wider network.
A group of young entrepreneurs created an app that offers a forum for debate that they hope will be more constructive than Facebook and Twitter.
Alex Osadzinski is a Sun Microsystems vet, a serial entrepreneur and Silicon Valley venture capitalist who moved to Cary in 2011 to invest in some companies and then "slowly fade away." Now he's a top exec at Relias Learning, which announced a huge expansion and 450 new jobs earlier this week. Why did he join the company? ExitEvent has the story. Plus: Read his bio.
The city of Raleigh expands interactive map, financial assistance programs for entrepreneurs with the help of its innovation manager.
Charity app GoodBookey, a Raleigh startup, is chosen from 3,500 globally for award and help from the world's fourth largest ad agency. Plus: Watch an introductory video.
A team of Ravenscroft High School graduates have launched a new way to hang out online called HangBee. All Raleigh natives, they plan to build the next social media network so long as they meet their Kickstarter campaign goal.
Besides spicing up family dinners, this Raleigh food startup is rethinking every aspect of business, from product development to marketing to hiring.