Posts tagged “ExitEvent”

June 22, 2016

Premium Lock Raleigh food startup Nello's has a real secret sauce

Besides spicing up family dinners, this Raleigh food startup is rethinking every aspect of business, from product development to marketing to hiring.

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June 15, 2016

Premium Lock Startup InHerSight explores workplace gender diversity

InHerSight InHerSight recently relocated to Durham with hopes to grow its 45,000-user job search and rating platform for women.

June 14, 2016

Premium Lock NC IDEA to seek more funding for Ecosystem Partner grants

Thom Ruhe With $10 million in requests for its new Ecosystem Partner grants, NC IDEA is delaying the announcement of winners and seeking to raise more funds, says NC IDEA CEO Thom Ruhe.

June 7, 2016

Premium Lock Moogfest LED creation to live on at The Frontier in RTP

A Moogfest installation called "Convergence" will live on at The Frontier, representing the vision for the new Research Triangle Park, reports ExitEvent.

The Moogfest installation called “Convergence” The Moogfest installation called “Convergence”

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June 3, 2016

Premium Lock Duke student's startup refreshes home organizing guru FlyLady

With learnings from Bellhops, this young entrepreneur Alex Elsea adds service, tech and revenue to an early NC Internet business.

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June 1, 2016

Premium Lock Joe Procopio: When great big ideas become great big lies

Joe Procopio Remember the dot com bombs? Veteran Triangle entrepreneur and frequent blogger Joe Procopio warns that we are starting to forget the past - again- when it comes to over-hyped startup ideas.

May 31, 2016

Premium Lock Durham startup aims to improve 'iPhoneography'

Helium, a Durham startup, wraps up a successful Kickstarter campaign for iPhone cage aimed at mobile journalists, photographers and videographers.

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May 26, 2016

Premium Lock Founding the future: Six Triangle startups showcase tech

From growing bricks to 3D printed shoes: An ExitEvent-led lineup of local entrepreneurs demoed technology and talked startup on day two of Moogfest.

Ginger Dosier of BioMason Ginger Dosier of BioMason

May 24, 2016

Premium Lock Afrofuturism emerges as key theme at Moogfest

What is it? Reggie Watts, Janelle Monae and others discuss and debate somewhat nebulous Afrofuturism movement at Moogfest. Jon Mareane of ExitEvent reports.

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May 20, 2016

Premium Lock Shark Tank's Chris Sacca talks HB2, entrepreneurship in Raleigh

The early Twitter, Instagram and Uber investor talks vulnerability, authenticity, diversity at fireside chat in Raleigh with HQ Raleigh's Brooks Bell. ExitEvent reports the story.

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May 13, 2016

Premium Lock Take a look inside Raleigh's Loading Dock coworking space

ExitEvent publishes the first photos of Loading Dock Raleigh, the side project of Murphy's Naturals' founder Philip Freeman, which is now open for business.

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Updated May 11, 2016

Premium Lock UNC researcher aims to crowdsource a cure for HIV

2BeatHIV founder Allison Mathews shares her plan to engage online communities around HIV awareness and research at Durham's Innovate Your Cool conference.

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May 6, 2016

Premium Lock Why all startups should practice their investor pitch

NC IDEA Eight lessons in pitching investors from IDEA Fund Partners' IDEA Pitch bimonthly pitch event are shared by ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

Updated May 5, 2016

Premium Lock Joe Procopio to entrepreneurs: Don't be above the job

Joe Procopio Veteran entrepreneur, author and frequent blogger has some advice for execs at startups: Sometimes, an entrepreneur just has to go to work.

May 3, 2016

Premium Lock New investors betting on big growth from FilterEasy

FilterEasy The Raleigh air filter subscription service startup lands a $3M round led by IDEA Fund Partners to boost B2B sales, marketing, reports ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman.

Updated May 2, 2016

Premium Lock From edtech to food tech: Youth Digital exec launches own startup

Paying customers for Ryan Perlowin's weekly meal plan emails prompted a new Chapel Hill startup and Kickstarter campaign to fund it.

My Happy Plates My Happy Plates

April 27, 2016

Premium Lock Job hunting? 19 startups hiring in the Triangle

Help wanted        We're keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle's startup community, and publishing them every so often on ExitEvent. Here's the latest monthly list of companies that need talent.

Updated April 25, 2016

Premium Lock A faster way to play golf? Kick-starting a new cart

If successful, a Raleigh entrepreneur's Kickstarter campaign will bring to life a new kind of electric golf cart that has benefits to players and courses.

Josh Hein and his cart Josh Hein and his cart

April 22, 2016

Premium Lock Lulu eGames winners: From IoT to advanced materials

Advanced materials, Internet of Things, a cutting edge app and a new sort of dog park are highlights of the annual business plan competition at NC State.

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April 22, 2016

Premium Lock Charlotte Venture Challenge spreads the cash around

Charlotte Venture Challenge Meet the eight startup teams that won cash in the 15th annual UNC-Charlotte sponsored Charlotte Venture Challenge.

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