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Nonprofitxpress changes name; GSK to use SciQuest software; Atlanta-based Coax shows networking product; BellSouth has DSL state wide; Elogex lands big customer; More VC for Georgia firm; other stories.
Bill Pendergast and George Thompson of Fleishman Hillard, will explore how entrepreneurs should talk to the press on April 5.
Entrepreneurial group now has raised $2 million for its 'Innovation to Impact' campaign.
Here's a look at each of the deals made in Georgia and the Carolinas as compiled by LTW. Information includes company name, focus, investors, amount invested, and what round.
Atlanta research firm gets $1.5 million; BellSouth rolls out audio information service; CED offers media forum; Atlanta firm warns of cyber threat; RF Micro gets big order; BuildLinks tops 30 customers; PwC boosts CED fund drive; more ...
Venture Capital 'Tuneup' is designed help potential venture presenters sharpen their skills. Southeast Springboard conference is Sept. 27.
Guest speaker will be Amy Barefoot, public relations director at Jennings PR.
The IndUS Entrepreneurs Network includes many people of different backgrounds. 'We are a melting pot,' says TiE official. 'We like to keep it that way.'
Environmental Modeling Center simplifies emissions modeling process for industry professionals, adds online capabilities and can save clients time, money, says system's inventor. 'It's the first time air modeling data can be compiled via the web.'
Group wants to find out what projects are planned or being implemented. Companies can apply for grants to help underwrite high-speed networking. But information must be submitted by April 15.
State's push and corporate support have made Atlanta a hub for VC and start-ups, while North Carolina was 'resting too much on past laurels,' one observer says. 'They put a target on our backs,' adds another. But some say comparing states is 'bunk'.
Big market, technology advantage, and 'people who have a commitment to change the world' get Wakefield Group's attention. Energy, passion and drive help close a deal.
Secret of success? 'You have to have that fire in your belly. Entrepreneurs need to be the light that shines when nothing else is around.' That's part of the message he preaches through new CED outreach program.
Dr. Thomas Okarma, president and CEO of Geron Corporation, is keynote speaker for Biotech 2002. 'There's not a better person to be at the podium,' says event co-chair.
- Google to buy solar power from Duke Energy for NC data center
- US economy grew at 2.1 percent rate in third quarter
- Local business booted out by second phase of Hillsborough Street project
- US home prices jump in September by most in more than a year
- NC's chief information officer returning to private sector