Posts tagged “NC IDEA”
Deadline for entrepreneurs to submit business concepts is Nov. 12. Winners will receive $30,000 in cash plus other services.
New funds pulled in $4.9B in third quarter compared to $13.4B in previous three months. However, year to date 'has been phenomenal', and 'plenty of money' is available for investment, says PwC's Jeff Barber.
Economic development and venture funding organization to set up a new for-profit fund. It will be managed by existing NC IDEA management.
First SE Venture event is set for Dec. 31-Feb. 1 next year. Some 25 companies will be selected to make presentations.
<b>Tech 2006 Preview:</b> Durham-based startup, which has a CSI episode to its credit, simplifies and cuts costs of 3D content generation. It is one of 27 firms presenting at CED conference.
In December, companies in North Carolina will be awarded $150,000 in grants, with individual awards up to $50,000. Grant applications are sought by Sept. 15.
Second round of grants will go to help information technology, medical devices and material sciences firms to help grow their businesses. Seven firms have received $250,000 grants thus far.
Annual technology conference is being expanded this year to include companies focused on medical devices, new materials, nanotechnology, and more.
N.C. Innovative Development for Economic Advancement launches program to help ventures bridge funding gap, spur commercialization. More grants are planned in future.
Raleigh-based startup receives $26,300 grant from NC IDEA for further advancement of its imaging technology.
NC IDEA provides $44,160 grant to help Raleigh-based firm to further refine tracking technology.
Durham-based company receives $47,000 grant from NC IDEA with funds to help reduze size and cost of its novel 3D camera.
NC IDEA gives funding boost to Durham-based company that uses 3D technology for early detection of breast cancer.
NC IDEA awards Charlotte-based startup funds for further development of its measurement technology.
NC IDEA provides funding for Durham-based startup to advance fight against breast cancer.
NC IDEA provides funding to help startup pursue further development of screening technology to identify individuals at risk for stroke.
N.C. Innovative Development for Economic Advancement launches program to help ventures bridge funding gap, spur commercialization.