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Posts tagged “ExitEvent”

6:05 a.m. today

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.

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6:32 a.m. yesterday

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

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

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

Startups hiring in the Triangle

ExitEvent 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

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

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

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. analyzes the competition.

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Updated March 4

How Frill built a sorority fashion startup worthy of Shark Tank

This Friday night, we'll witness a pair of unassuming young Raleigh fashion entrepreneurs try to convince the world's most famous Sharks that sorority recruitment and bridal fashion is big business. Their company is Frill, a made-to-order dress and skirt making startup that launched three years ago. ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman has the inside story.

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Updated March 4

Funding to NC startups jumps 35% in 2014; tech funding up 138%

Venture Capital The Council for Entrepreneurial Development's year-end Innovators Report shows record IPO activity over two years, and impressive investment growth.

February 26

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

Premium Lock 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

Premium Lock 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

Premium Lock 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

Premium Lock 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

Premium Lock How ReverbNation built a startup within a startup

ExitEvent 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

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

ExitEvent 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 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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