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Posts tagged “ExitEvent”

6:06 a.m. Thursday

Royalty Exchange raises $550,000, moves into new fields

Will a crowdfunded $550,000 round get Royalty Exchange to hockey stick growth? The startup announces new funding, new software for music industry and growth in alternative energy royalty auctions, reports ExitEvent editor Laura Baverman.

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Updated February 19

After $2M fund-raiser, Sqord to move HQ from Durham

West Coast traction prompts Durham wearable tech startup Sqord to move executives to Seattle - and to hire in the Bull City, reports ExitEvent editor Laura Baverman.

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February 18

Durham startup Mati Energy heading to Google Demo Day

 Tatiana Birgisson Mati Energy, an energy drink startup led by Tatiana Birgisson, is among the emerging companies selected to participate in Google Demo Day. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman reports the details.

February 16

Heartbreak Internet: Why I broke up with my Invisible Boyfriend

A Durham bachelorette's first digital relationship - through Invisible Boyfriend - ends creepily. Ellie Gamache, who is director of communications for the American Underground, recounts her fascinating, ultimately sad, online Valentine experience.

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February 10

HQ Raleigh to expand, buys another building

HQ's logo  The Raleigh startup campus announces a major redevelopment project of a downtown furniture warehouse to grow its footprint, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

February 6

How ReverbNation built a startup within a startup

ExitEvent's new logo Durham's fast-growing software firm for the music industry innovates in real estate, and ends up with its own startup called AdWerx, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

February 4

Bad $$$ news for startups: Lookout Capital refocuses on later stage

ExitEvent's new logo Four-year-old Raleigh-based venture capital firm Lookout Capital moves to a private equity model for healthcare and information technology investments, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman,

January 26

Premium Lock Use Internet of Things for tipping? Yes, say Triangle entrepreneurs

ExitEvent's new logo Payments startup MiPayWay unveils tech, sets launch. The Wake Forest venture has developed a patent-pending beacon technology and app, says ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

January 23

Premium Lock Moogfest coming to Durham? That's what rumor mill is saying

Moog Fest  If the Moogfest does come to Durham and it's anything like Asheville's version, it would include presentations by brainiacs from the likes of MIT and IBM, talks by futurists from the world's top institutes, live demonstrations of electronic musical instruments, virtual reality devices and other next-generation technologies. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman reports.

January 9

Premium Lock Avelist, a list-making startup, closes $450K round, tackles the Big Apple

Founded by former SAS employee Jody Porowski, Raleigh list-making startup readies new plan for revenue and user growth in 2015. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details.

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Updated December 24, 2014

Premium Lock RTP the new 'Valley?' New Year, nine new measures for Triangle startups

ExitEvent's new logo Going inside the numbers and the trends, here's why the Triangle is NOT the next Silicon Valley, and other thoughts from ExitEvent's resident data geek Amy Huffman.

December 23, 2014

Premium Lock NCSU-born Malartu Funds snags lead investor, preps for launch

Crowdfunding Recent N.C. State University graduates Sean Steigerwald and Jon Spinney have spent the last year preparing to launch an equity crowdfunding site that rallies investors around these young businesses, making it easy and less risky to fund startups' seed rounds. And they have secured a backer. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details.

Updated December 16, 2014

Premium Lock UNC struggles to meet unprecedented computer science demand

ExitEvent's new logo After experiencing unprecedented enrollment over the past several years, the computer science department at the University of North Carolina has been stretched to the limit, reports Aaron Scarboro for ExitEvent.

December 15, 2014

Premium Lock NC IDEA winner: EMPLOYUS, a crowdsourced talent recruiting app

ExitEvent's new logo In the latest profile of winners in NC IDEA's latest grant awards program, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with Ryan O'Donnell, co-founder of EMPLOYUS, a crowdsourced talent recruiting app.

December 11, 2014

Premium Lock NC IDEA winner: RevBoss, startup's lead generator secret weapon

ExitEvent's new logo In the latest of a series profiling the winners of NC IDEA grants awarded earlier this week, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman takes a look at Durham-based RevBoss.

Updated December 10, 2014

Premium Lock Future stars? Meet the Citrix Accelerator's first seven startups

ExitEvent's new logo 20 entrepreneurs took the stage Monday to pitch their seven startups to a room packed with investors, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. The Demo Day wrapped up the first cohort of the inaugural Citrix Accelerator Innovators Program in Raleigh. Who are the companies? ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details. The seven (including two internal Citrix teams) were chosen from a pool of 64 teams from around the nation to receive $25K grants, office space and mentorship from Citrix workers and investors and entrepreneurs in the local startup community.

Updated December 9, 2014

Premium Lock Citrix Accelerator, its graduates must prove staying power

The Citrix Startup Accelerator's first Demo Day in Raleigh presents seven young companies. Like the startups, the Citrix effort itself must meet three criteria: Desirability, feasibility and viability, writes ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

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December 9, 2014

Premium Lock NC IDEA winner: Upswing, the tutoring app for at-risk college students

In the third of a series profiling the five latest NC IDEA grant winners, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with Melvin Hines, founder of Upswing.

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December 9, 2014

Premium Lock NC IDEA winner: Freebooksy, go-to service for free and discount e-book discovery

In the second of five profiles featuring the newest recipients of NC IDEA grants, Amy Huffman of ExitEvent features Carrboro-based Freebooksy.

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December 8, 2014

Premium Lock NC IDEA winnter: Mati Energy, its tea-energy drink flying off Whole Foods shelves

ExitEvent's new logo In the first of a series profiling the latest winners of NC IDEA grants, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman reports about energy drink startup Mati Energy, which is based in Durham.

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