Posts tagged “Organizations”
Nicotrax is a year-old startup that's already raised funding and executed a pivot in strategy. Gearing up for a presentation at the CED Tech Venture conference, CEO Kyle Linton talks about what's happening with the new strategy and funding.
The Research Triangle Park Foundation is expanding the availability of office space - from startups to established businesses - at The Frontier building (and soon to be more) in RTP. Plus: Get a breakdown on space availability.
Greensboro industrial Internet of Things startup Scout IoT will make its case to investors at 2016 CED Tech Venture Conference. Here's a profile of the Brendan Younger-led startup, the second in a series to be published as part of a partnership between the Council for Entrepreneurial Development and WRAL TechWire.
Divvy Investments is the first CED Tech Venture 2016 startup to be profiled by WRAL TechWire - and that's no surprise to anyone who knows its founder and CEO Nick Bradfield. He's a USMC vet, a brotherhood/sisterhood known for having a gung-ho attitude.
Some entrepreneurs "get it" when the chance comes for publicity. Within hours of the CED and WRAL TechWire announcing the opportunity for presenting firms selected to present at the CED's Tech Venture conference to be profiled, three startups sent in their responses.
Presenting companies at the 2016 CED Tech Venture Conference have the opportunity to be featured in Q&A profiles to be published at WRAL TechWire through a partnership being announced today.
Financial technology, better known as fintech, startups account for 10 percent of the some 90 companies chosen to present at the upcoming Council for Entrepreneurial Development's annual venture conference. Why so many? A new report cites the plunging costs and advances of artificial intelligence as key drivers.
Anyone reviewing the lineup for the annual venture capital conference put on by the Council for Entrepreneurial Development will discover the growing spread and strength of startups and emerging companies from Manteo to Murphy.
More than 90 entrepreneurial companies, from emerging startups to those who have secured investors, have been selected by the Council for Entrepreneurial Development to present at its annual venture capital conference.
There is life in the Triangle investment scene and much of it goes to the life sciences sector, according to the Council for Entrepreneurial Development's quarterly Innovator's report for the second quarter 2016.
MCNC, the non-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN), says that as it starts a new fiscal year with growing revenue and employee base it is ready to bring broadband connectivity levels in the state to all-time highs.
Recent analysis of investment data from venture capitalist Fred Wilson and PitchBook confirm that the Research Triangle is among the best regions for returns on VC. And the CED is finding new ways to unlock more deals through its Connections to Capital program, writes Joan Siefert Rose.
North Carolina is on a roll when it comes to venture capital funding, having pulled in more than $100 million over each of the past seven quarters. And a year-old program from the Council for Entrepreneurial Development is helping with startups securing some $55 million through the "Connections to Capital" program. Here's an in-depth look at how the program works.