Posts tagged “ExitEvent”
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.
Similar to bumping mobile phones to transfer a photo or contact card from person to person, FotoSwipe lets you swipe a photo (or several) from one phone to the next, regardless of model of phone and cellular provider.
Attorney Benji Jones deciphers the fuzzy crowdfunding laws and general solicitation requirements for capital-raising startups in this story as part the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.
Cleantech capital isn't dead - just harder to get. Christa Wagner Vinson is program manager for the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster, which offers up advice and support for startups raising capital.
Joan Siefert Rose has spent six years as president of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development, considered the oldest and largest entrepreneurial support organization in the country. In a blog post for ExitEvent, Rose takes a look at the state of startup financing. She likes what she sees.
River Cities Capital, a Midwest-based fund with Raleigh offices is looking for deals in the Triangle. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details about the firm's new $200 million fund and its efforts to find Triangle deals.
Entrepreneur Matthew Davis, who also works at application developer StepLeader in Raleigh, and others put on the first RIoT - Raleigh Internet of Things - last week. More events are planned. He and others believe the Triangle could be an "IOT" hub.
The Triangle area is a major hub for technology and sustainable businesses. But it used to be the center of a booming textile industry, before globalization sent much of manufacturing overseas. Now, three textile advocates are trying to bring it back - using the technology and eco-consciousness the region is already known for in this story as part the news partnership between WRAL TechWire and ExitEvent.