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NCTA's State of Technology Conference brought six emerging companies to the attention of investors at a startup showcase last Friday. Here's a look at Raleigh-based Insight Finder, a potential machine learning star. WTW will be featuring other startups who took the showcase stage in upcoming reports in the "Startups to Watch" series.
NCTA's State of Technology Conference brought six emerging companies to the attention of investors at a startup showcase. Here's a look at the winner: Likeli, a social media app developer from Wilmington. WTW will be featuring other startups who took the showcase stage in upcoming reports in the "Startups to Watch" series.
Power pro-business advocacy groups who also have a focus on or include members of the high tech and life science industries are either analyzing the recently passed Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act or steering clear of any comment.
The North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA), along with community partners, Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) and Work in the Triangle, will host the next COME TECH OUT the Triangle Job Fair on October 8, 2015 from 8:30 am - 1:00pm at NC State's McKimmon Conference & Training Center in Raleigh. Two dozen employers have thousands of positions open. The Job Fair is free to attend for job seekers.
The North Carolina Technology Association has disclosed its list of NC Tech Awards finalists for this year. The NC Tech Awards is the state's largest awards program, recognizing the tech sector's extraordinary achievements. Individual award winners were also announced.
YouTube's 'Newswire;' EMC exec retiring; UP summit still a go; Sony's new game phone; NFL deal boosts Yahoo
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Google launches a new service for eyewitness video; EMC's top exec in RTP is retiring; UP conference still coming to RTP; Sony plans a new phone linked to PlayStation; and Yahoo's CEO says its deal with NFL is a big boost.
The North Carolina Technology Association's annual "State of Technology" conference is today in RTP, and among the highlights will be presentations by eight startups looking for new clients as well as investors. Among them is Tiger Eye Sensor.
The North Carolina Technology Association is hosting its annual State of Technology Conference on May 15, and a highlight is the "Startup Showcase" during which select emerging companies will make their pitch to potential investors. Here's a look at TransCirrus.
Eight startups from Wilmington to the Triangle to the Triad and Charlotte will be showcasing products and potential for investment at the North Carolina Technology Association "State of Technology" conference.
The North Carolina Technology Association released the State of Technology Industry Report online on Friday, containing valuable information to serve as a baseline resource for policy makers, economic developers, media, and of course the tech community. It will be presented to the Triangle community on Feb. 4, but we have your sneak peak.
Gartner analyst Michael Smith is keynoting the North Carolina Technology Association's annual IT outlook program on Friday. And he has some good news to deliver in an exclusive interview with free-lance writer Ann Revell.
Good news for information technology job seekers: The daily average of advertised job listings across North Carolina surged 6 percent in October to 3,780. Leading the way is a big demand for systems and engineering support.
At the North Carolina Technology Association's newly named Beacon Awards, diversity was the word. The diversity of the group was apparent everywhere you looked. With representatives from Asheville and small counties in the Appalachian Mountains, Charlotte, the Triad, the Triangle and Wilmington, the entire state was very well represented.
This is the first of 10 profiles provided by the North Carolina Technology Association highlighting its newest Beacon Award category, Ten Startups to Watch. The companies will be recognized during the organization's NC Technology Awards Gala on Nov. 6. This report is part of a news partnership between WRALTechWire and ExitEvent.