Posts tagged “ExitEvent”
ExitEvent and WRALTechWire are cooperating in presenting news about the region's entrepreneurial sector. Today, founder Joe Procopio talks about the transition of ExitEvent and its Startup Socail to new ownership.
ExitEvent and WRALTechWire will be cooperating in presenting news about the region's entrepreneurial sector. Today, Trinket founder Elliott Hauser explains why he believes startups with families are better equipped to accomplish missions that matter. He likes teams with kids, and here's why.
ExitEvent and WRALTechWire will be cooperating in presenting news about the region's entrepreneurial sector. Today, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with Jon Leonardo about the transformation of Triangle Entrepreneurship Week into Forward City.
Raleigh mobile app startup Yillio, which made a splash with its Super Bowl launch last month, announced today its second major event partnership, this time targeting the 400,000 visitors expected to visit Pinehurst and Southern Pines for the PGA Tour's U.S. Open Championship in June.
It's a cliche but true: Entrepreneurs are always looking for money. There's a second cliche that's just as true: Entrepreneurs are always looking for publicity. Well, the positive kind, anyway. So how does your company generate some press? Two upcoming events could help.
Laura Baverman, editor of the ExitEvent blog, offers an exclusive story: "Meet the Man Bringing Valley-like Design Thinking to Triangle Startups." The interview tells "he back story behind DXLab Design's new partnership with HQ Raleigh."
Even though some companies have been moving into space "before Christmas," the new launch pad for startups in Raleigh will formally celebrate its opening next week. @Raleigh Raleigh is one of several co-location efforts being made to give new companies a boost.
The American Underground, which is owned by Capitol Broadcasting, is expanding into the social events and news business with the acquisition of ExitEvent. The Underground, which is opening a Raleigh outpost this month, plans to expand "Startup Socials" and hires an editor who has aggressive plans to offer news coverage of startups.
Adam Klein, who runs The American Underground for Capitol Broadcasting, talks about why ExitEvent's website and "Startup Socials" event program was acquired.