Posts tagged “ExitEvent”
The Forge Initiative, formerly Wake Robotics, adds Durham's American Underground to its wish list of family innovation spaces in the Triangle, reports Amy Huffman for ExitEvent. The group is also working toward opening space in Cary.
After years building brands like IKEA, Herman Miller, Everlast and Lord & Taylor, Steen Kanter wants to spend more time mentoring startups in Raleigh. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with Kanter about why he's backing #TheBigIdea.
NC State's Entrepreneurship Clinic is a new way to engage students in real world entrepreneurship. Here's the man behind it - Professor Lewis Sheats. A profile by Charles Etoroma for Exit Event.
Chapel Hill wearable tech startup led by soccer great Cindy Parlow Cone is one of six female-led companies to join the SoarTriangle mentorship program for 2015-2016. Reagan Reynolds reports on the Olympic gold winner's new mission: Fighting concussions.
Chapel Hill and UNC Online recently hosted the first Southeast Patriot Boot Camp from TechStars last month, helping to create more veteran-owned startups and entrepreneurs. And a Marine veteran's Tiger Eye Security Sensor went home the winner.
As co-founders of Smart Metals Recycling just outside Charlotte, former Duke students Shelly Li and Arun Karottu are tackling e-waste head on. Their startup has gone from $0 to $9 million in two years, reports ExitEvent.
Three student-formed ideas for possible new companies with ideas to improve North Carolina's courts, digitize classroom debates and help Realtors sell home are the latest to emerge from the Reese News Lab at UNC-Chapel Hill.
American Underground @Market Street, the startup hub's fourth campus and third in Durham, will house larger offices, retail and an interactive lab for youth. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the details.
Scot Wingo, founder and chair of ChannelAdvisor and a serial entrepreneur, provides an insider's guide to the Triangle startup community at ExitEvent, including a look at funding opportunities from early to late stage, the universities, mentors and angels, and more.
A South Dakota-based startup focused on what is called "Real Food" is in the process of moving to the Triangle. It's backed by two Triangle area investors. The company is called Cultures for Health. Amy Huffman of ExitEvent has the details.
The Trailblazers Startup Weekend drew a diverse crowd to tackle a diversity of issues - just as the organizers had hoped, reports Amy Huffman for ExitEvent.
Raleigh-based drone startup PrecisionHawk and an NC State-FAA partnership are making NC a leader in unmanned aerial vehicle development, reports Jordan Rogers for ExitEvent.