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Posts tagged “ExitEvent”

Updated 1:36 p.m. Thursday

Making Earth Day real: 25 earth-friendly startups, backers in the Triangle

Gooing green Coinciding with the global observances of Earth Day on Wednesday, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman put together an impressive roundup of 25 earth-friendly startups - and investors - in the Triangle.

6:28 a.m. Wednesday

How a class project at NCSU fostered a new innovator in education

Two young entrepreneurs have set off on a journey to change the way information is communicated between teachers and students, starting with the hundreds of classes each day at NC State, and they have tests underway to disrupt other industries that require regular conversation too. Here's the story behind "Bulletin Mobile," as reported by ExitEvent.

Bulletin Mobile Bulletin Mobile

8:44 a.m. Tuesday

Startups Featured at 5th annual UNC Innovation Showcase

ExitEvent A crowd of 400 packed into the Kenan Stadium Blue Zone on the University of North Carolina campus April 9 to hear from leading researchers and rising entrepreneurs at the 2015 Innovation Showcase, Exit Event reports.

April 17

Making NC a center of sport business: A Basketball Analytics Summit preview

UNC's annual event paves the way for a center of sports business and analytics in the Triangle, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

April 10

"Blue-Blood Hustle": Building the most diverse tech hub by 2016

Talib Graves-Manns Amy Huffman reports in detail for ExitEvent: How American Underground is moving past rhetoric and into action with help from CODE2040 and a new Entrepreneur-in-Residence.

April 9

What's happening with gaming startups in the Triangle?

ExitEvent ExitEvent founder and contributing writer Joe Procoopio paid a visit to the seventh annual East Coast Gaming Conference in Raleigh earlier this week to examine the state of the market. "It's solid. And evolving," he writes at ExitEvent.

April 7

Recounting Mati Energy's sweet victory at Google Demo Day

Triangle entrepreneur Tatiana Birgisson pitched her Mati Energy drink to a world of investors at Google for Entrepreneurs Demo Day last week and came home the winner - just as Durham-based Windsor Circle did a year earlier. How did she pull off the victory? ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman, who made the trip to Silicon Valley for the event, has the details.

Mati Energy wins at Demo Day Mati Energy wins at Demo Day

April 2

Peter Thiel's words of wisdom at Duke: 'Be a category of your own'

Zero to One PayPal cofounder Peter Thiel challenges innovation in the U.S. before a crowd at Duke University. He later signed copies of his new book, the best-selling "Zero to One." ExitEvent's Ibanca Anand has the details.

April 1

Prepping for Google Demo Day: Mati Energy's Tatiana Birgisson

Durham entrepreneur Tatiana Birgisson will pitch her energy drink to Silicon Valley investors Thursday at Google HQ. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman offers the backstory about how Birgisson has prepared for her big day.

Updated March 31

Silicon Valley accelerator throws lifeline to Raleigh startup CellBreaker

A snapshot of Cellbreaker's web page A spot in the three-month accelerator 500 Startups, along with the $75,000 investment that came with it, is critical to launching the CellBreaker software that promises to get people out of cell phone contracts initially, and other contracts eventually. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details.

March 30

SMSmart takes top honors in Startup Madness showcase

Startup Madness in Raleigh SMSmart walks away with the top honors at the college business contest "Startup Madness." The team from Duke University defeats 15 others from universities across the Atlantic Coast Conference.

March 27

NC Regional Internet of Things bringing industry, startups together

ExitEvent The Triangle-based Regional Internet of Things, or RIoT, teamed up with the Triangle Cleantech Cluster for an event on IoT trends and opportunities this week. The program demonstrates a growing convergence between industry, corporations and startups, says ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

March 26

Premium Lock Raleigh startup Stealz lands $1M through offering good deals

The Raleigh social media engagement startup lines up national and regional restaurant chains as customers - including McDonald's - and new investors. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details.

The Stealz team The Stealz team

March 25

Premium Lock Help wanted: 13 startups are hiring across the Triangle

Jobs        ExitEvent's latest regular feature on jobs available at startups in the Triangle includes "help wanted" information from 13 startups. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman provides the details.

March 20

Premium Lock Best of SxSW: The views from Triangle, NC startup community members

ExitEvent ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman tracked down nine members of the Triangle and North Carolina startup community who journeyed to Austin for South By Southwest, seeking their insight into what were the best takeaways and experiences.

Updated March 19

Premium Lock A Raleigh startup will help UN stop bombings in Pakistan schools

The startup PredictifyMe wiil provide predictive analytics software to UN and Pakistan education non-government organizations under an agreement announced by the United Nations on Wednesday. ExitEvent's Laura Baverman provides the details.

March 13

Premium Lock Startups hiring in the Triangle

ExitEvent ExitEvent.com is keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle's startup community, and publishing them every so often. Here are 8 hiring now.

March 12

Premium Lock Decoding your genome could extend your life

Human Longevity Inc. Some of the technologies and methods researchers say will allow humans to live far beyond today's life expectancies might seem a bit sci-fi, but last week's CED Life Science Conference presentation by a California scientist behind national headline-grabbing Human Longevity Inc. considers the equally radical inventions of the last 150 years.

March 11

Premium Lock KWIPPED: Uber for welders, 3D printers, more

KWIPPED The online B2B equipment rental marketplace started by Robert Preville and Rob Kaiser, owners of the Wilmington Business Journal, is making waves in the Wilmington startup community in early 2015 with B2B startup KWIPPED.

March 10

Premium Lock Five most interesting startups in the 2015 Lulu eGames

NCSU Around this time every year the NC State Entrepreneurship Initiative, an interdisciplinary club that fosters student innovation and entrepreneurship, begins ramping up for its annual LuLu eGames competition. The eGames is for young, aspiring entrepreneurs to put their innovative ideas or startups to the test. ExitEvent.com analyzes the competition.

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