From growing bricks to 3D printed shoes: An ExitEvent-led lineup of local entrepreneurs demoed technology and talked startup on day two of Moogfest.
Ginger Dosier of BioMason
What is it? Reggie Watts, Janelle Monae and others discuss and debate somewhat nebulous Afrofuturism movement at Moogfest. Jon Mareane of ExitEvent reports.
Reggie Watts performs at Moogfest
The early Twitter, Instagram and Uber investor talks vulnerability, authenticity, diversity at fireside chat in Raleigh with HQ Raleigh's Brooks Bell. ExitEvent reports the story.
ExitEvent publishes the first photos of Loading Dock Raleigh, the side project of Murphy's Naturals' founder Philip Freeman, which is now open for business.
Inside Loading Dock
Updated May 11
2BeatHIV founder Allison Mathews shares her plan to engage online communities around HIV awareness and research at Durham's Innovate Your Cool conference.
Eight lessons in pitching investors from IDEA Fund Partners' IDEA Pitch bimonthly pitch event are shared by ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
Updated May 5
Veteran entrepreneur, author and frequent blogger has some advice for execs at startups: Sometimes, an entrepreneur just has to go to work.
The Raleigh air filter subscription service startup lands a $3M round led by IDEA Fund Partners to boost B2B sales, marketing, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.
Updated May 2
Paying customers for Ryan Perlowin's weekly meal plan emails prompted a new Chapel Hill startup and Kickstarter campaign to fund it.
My Happy Plates
We're keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle's startup community, and publishing them every so often on ExitEvent. Here's the latest monthly list of companies that need talent.
Updated April 25
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