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Updated 10:56 p.m. Monday
If successful, a Raleigh entrepreneur's Kickstarter campaign will bring to life a new kind of electric golf cart that has benefits to players and courses.
Josh Hein and his cart
Advanced materials, Internet of Things, a cutting edge app and a new sort of dog park are highlights of the annual business plan competition at NC State.
The Lulu eGames
Meet the eight startup teams that won cash in the 15th annual UNC-Charlotte sponsored Charlotte Venture Challenge.
Jim Whitehurst, one of the Triangle's best known tech leaders tells lessons learned from getting Delta Airlines out of bankruptcy to hiring the best talent at Red Hat to acquiring Ansible in 2015
Innovation United, an initiative by United Way, invites minority, women entrepreneurs to pitch social impact ideas at new Idea Generation (Next) event.
Veteran Triangle entrepreneur and frequent blogger Joe Procopio talks about investment strategy - and the lessons he began learning in college when putting together a rock band.
Local PBS affiliate UNC asks entrepreneurs, students to help it revaluate business model, programming, distribution to stay relevant, competitive in 2016.
Raleigh-based and Startup Factory graduate Offline Media lands funding from local strategic investors to take its local event discovery app to new cities, advertisers
David Shaner, CEO, of Offline Media
Updated April 12
A new Innovate Raleigh initiative kicks off this week with national speaker Animatou Sow, events at the NC Museum of History and Shaw University.
Updated April 8
Students from Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, NCCU and NC State host conference to increase collaboration in the Triangle startup community, reports ExitEvent.
Let's Innovate North Carolina
The nonprofit Venture for America expands recruitment at North Carolina colleges as its fellows work for and eventually launch their own startups. And an NCSU grad's Venture for America Fellowship leads to a new startup.
Steven Mazur, right, and his friend Eric Huang
Triangle Angel Partners, or TAP, closes $4 million fund two and makes initial investments in Raleigh, RTP-based startups, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
Austin is Raleigh and Durham 10 years from now, says veteran entrepreneur, blogger and author Joe Procopio.
Updated March 24
Timber, edtech, shopping and streaming startups take on The Startup Factory's Durham Bootcamp. The third free bootcamp attracts entrepreneurs from around the globe to learn lean canvas, pitch tactics and how to build customer traction.
A Washington, D.C.-based angel network rallies enough support in the Triangle to host first meeting in Durham, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
Updated March 22
Automated Insights' first marketer talks about the challenges and opportunities in being first to market with a product (Wordsmith) in an interview with ExitEvent blogger Frank Pollock.
In today's wrapup of Triangle tech news from other publications: HQ Raleigh is officially a "B Corp;" what does a B Corp really mean?; and Lord Corporation makes an acquisition.
Durham's new EIR Doug Speight is one of seven entrepreneurs assigned and funded by CODE2040 to serve Google tech hubs over the next year. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with Speight about his return to Durham. his new company, and what he plans to do.
Doug Speight and friends
Raleigh CPA Brooks Malone offers advice for analyzing crowdfunding as a financing option, especially considering new federal rules coming May 1 in a blog written for ExitEvent.