Posts tagged “ExitEvent”

Updated March 28, 2014

Premium Lock Need startup help? City of Raleigh offers new guide to Triangle

ExitEvent The City of Raleigh's new online Small Business Resource Guide is a one-stop document for need-to-know information, It this latest post from the news partnership between ExitEvent and WRALTechWire, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman takes a deep dive into the project.

March 28, 2014

Premium Lock Salute! Startups to be Charlotte's queen for the day on April 4

Don't be surprised if you start hearing more and more about the Charlotte startup scene in the coming months. For one thing, they're going to be celebrating it when a number of local startups and startup-related organizations come together on April 4th for Charlotte's first-ever Startup Community Celebration. And the city has plenty to shout about these days WRALTechWire's Joe Procopio has the exclusive story for our Insiders.

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Updated March 26, 2014

Premium Lock Exit Event news: 'Maker Startup Weekend' coming to Raleigh

ExitEvent Laura Baverman, editor of ExitEvent, takes an in-depth look at a new type of startup event coming to Raleigh. Its focus is on technology-powered prototyping. This is the latest post in the news partnership between WRALTechWire and ExitEvent.

Updated March 25, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: StepLeader bolsters management, targets growth

ExitEvent In the latest post from the ExitEvent-WRALTechWire news partnership, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman talks with StepLeader CEO Brian Handly about where he is taking the company next.

March 24, 2014

Premium Lock Joe Procopio: Why work-life balance is crucial for startups

Startups are looking a lot different than they did just a few years ago. Founders and even employees are getting older on average, more established in their lives, and with more responsibility than the average early-twenties dorm-room founder. Work/life balance is finally starting to become part of the startup equation, and for the right reasons. It's not that you need to do these things because you'll go crazy if you don't, it's because you'll be a better entrepreneur and make a better startup if you do.

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March 24, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Why you should show up at StartupSocial

ExitEvent In the latest post of the ExitEvent-WRALTechWire partnership, Joe Procopio takes a look at the uniqueness of the Startup Social, which he founded. It's unique in the fact that you can strike up a conversation with the person next to you and chances are almost 100% that said person is an entrepreneur or an investor.

Updated March 24, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Don't stereotype startups in Wilmington

ExitEvent After making a visit to Wilmington, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman says she is impressed by the "beach town's business prowess and left me excited for future trips back to tell the stories being created there."

Updated March 21, 2014

Premium Lock As Popcorn Time heads underground, Hollywood's tech evolution moment arrives

WRALTechWire columnist Joe Procopio wonders if Hollywood and the film industry may have missed a moment of truth with this now-infamous app. "For Hollywood and the film industry, the moment of truth has arrived, and they may have missed it," he writes. This is Napster. This is iTunes. "This is Kindle. This should be a wake-up call."

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Updated March 13, 2014

Premium Lock Are Triangle college students ready for today's software development careers?

ExitEvent Blake Callens, an advisor for the Wake Tech Web Technology Department, writes in ExitEvent that an analysis of computer science curricula at regional colleges show little emphasis on technical skills required for 21st century careers.

Updated March 12, 2014

Premium Lock WedPics and SimpleRegistry: A Triangle startup marriage

ExitEvent News from ExitEvent: Laura Baverman, editor of Exit Event, reports on the partnership between two startups has turned into a marriage beneficial to both. This is the latest story in the WRALTechWire-ExitEvent partnership focused on bringing Triangle entrepreneurial news to a wider audience.

Updated March 10, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Why smart watches may not ever escape niche

ExitEvent WRALTechWire and ExitEvent are partnering to provide more technology and startup news. Today, ExitEvent founder and WRALTechWire columnist Joe Procopio dissects the wearables trend.

Updated March 7, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Automated Insights, Windosr Circle take momentum to Google event

ExitEvent Durham startups Automated Insights and Windsor Circle will have fast-growth stories to share at the first "Demo Day" being put on by Google for Entrepreneurs. ExitEvent has the details.

Updated March 6, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Backed by Valley money, Hillsborough firm brings art online

ExitEvent "If the founders of Daylight Books can pull off their latest feat in art industry innovation, then they'll help dozens of emerging contemporary artists and photographers around the world add new fans and revenue streams for their work," reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

Updated March 5, 2014

Premium Lock Two Durham startups land spots in Google Entrepreneurs 'Demo Day'

Automated Insights and Windsor Circle prevail in a 50-team Triangle shootout to win the right to present to potential investors at a Google for Entrepreneurs event in Silicon Valley on April 2.

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Updated March 5, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Sizing up Durham's competition in Google 'Demo Day'

ExitEvent ExitEvent Laura Baverman takes a look at the eight other startups who will be competing with Automated Insights and Windsor Circle next month in Google for Entrepreneurs' first Demo Day.

Updated March 4, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: The ascent of angel investing in the Triangle

ExitEvent WRALTechWire and ExitEvent are partnering to bring more startup news to our readers across both websites. Today, ExitEvent and WRALTechWire contributor Ann Johnston takes an in-depth look at the state of angel capital investing in the Triangle.

Updated March 3, 2014

Premium Lock The Insider interview: Having a beer with Bronto's Joe Colopy

So who is the man running Bronto Software? WRALTechWire publishes today the latest in a new series: In-depth interviews with Triangle entrepreneurs, each of which will include multiple parts. Our package today focuses on Joe Colopy, Bronto's CEO, who lets out a roar or two about his career and Bronto's success. WRALTechWire Insider columnist and entrepreneur Joe Procopio will be having candid conversations over a beer with our profile subjects throughout 2014.

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Updated March 3, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Four life-changing startups to watch

ExitEvent WRALTechWire and ExitEvent are partnering to bring more startup news to our readers across both websites. Today, ExitEvent Editor Laura baverman reports from the CED's Life Science conference where four startups made lasting impressions.

Updated February 28, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: Entrepreneurs' Series event offers capital insights

ExitEvent Editor's note: ExitEvent and WRALTechWire are cooperating in presenting news about the region's entrepreneurial sector. Today, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman recaps Wednesday's "Entrepreneurs' Series" venture capital event.

Updated February 27, 2014

Premium Lock ExitEvent news: From doctor to CEO at CurvyGirlHealth

ExitEvent Editor's note: ExitEvent and WRALTechWire are cooperating in presenting news about the region's entrepreneurial sector. Today, ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman interviews Lisa Jones, the doctor who founded CurvyGirlHealth.

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