Posts tagged “Paradoxos”
For the second year, Paradoxos attracted more than 1,000 people to participate in more than twenty established cultural events in the heart of downtown Durham. Organizers were targeting more than 2,000 people across the twenty events, and seem to have missed that mark by quite a bit. So what happens next?
Tatiana Birgisson, founder of Mati Energy and a speaker at Paradoxos, had a lot to say about the power of grassroots influence. Sarah Bill shares the story as part of the news partnership between WRALTechWire and ExitEvent.
The second Paradoxos festival in the Bull City aims to "take over downtown" in an event that celebrates all things tech and culture. After a jobs fair and the launching of a mural, today's schedule includes a "Build-a-Thon" and a talent show featuring teams from tech companies.
The Startup Blog: Paradoxos Festival in Durham will include a "BIG Ten Talent Show" if the Council for Entrepreneurial Development, NC IDEA and The Startup Factory can find entrepreneurs willing to risk ridicule while generating some laughs. Are you game?
Derek Minor, who works in the economic development officer for the City of Raleigh, has updated his regular Innovation Raleigh calendar. And the event list from now through May 28 is packed. Highlights include Startup and Play in Raleigh and Paradoxos in Durham.
"Jobs Under the Big Top" will take place under a real tent, and the jobs fair at which companies pitch for employees will kick off the second Paradoxos festival in Durham next week.
Formed in New York City, the company's founders came to the Triangle after being selected for The Startup Factory accelerator. While saying North Carolina was "awesome," executives plan no N.C. office. WRALTechWire Insiders get the full story.
Education startup Upswing aims to use technology to customize and personalize a student's tutoring experience. Learn more about the Durham company.
Hehy, this is Durham - not Austin! A two-day mix of tech, arts, food, beer, and everything else Durham has to offer makes Paradoxos unique. And even though this event was solid, I think the next one will be better, so much so that I think they should plan it for the winter instead of next summer. After all, this is Durham, and it's our event.
Dreaming of a counter to South by Southwest: Paradoxos is trying to prove that Durham isn't just a place to start a company, it's a place to live, and a destination spot for after hours.
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