November 22, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures' next Entrepreneur Series event will feature four tech CEOs who will discuss ways to grow companies without investors.
Updated October 13, 2011
Southern Capitol Venture's Jason Caplain and David Jones were behind-the-scenes players in the sale of fast-growing ShareFile to Centrix - They introduced the firm's leaders to each other. The VCs didn't invest in ShareFile, which its founder bootstrapped with his own financing.
Updated October 13, 2011
The Raleigh-based startup, a provider of web-based secure file transfer software and services, will be made part of a cloud computing service offering from Citrix.
Sharefile's new logo
October 6, 2011
Steve Malik sold Medfusion to Intuit but remains at the helm of Intuit's health division. Why? He loves his job. "If you have an idea, a dream, a notion, a passion, pursue it," he says. "If you love your job, you'll never work a day in your life."
October 5, 2011
A former top executive at Microsoft and several local information technology executives will discuss trends and opportunities in the healthcare IT space.
Updated September 23, 2011
In a gloomy economy, the Council for Entrepreneurial Development's second annual emerging company showcase puts the spotlight on 25 N.C. companies that known how to grow their business and create jobs. Meanwhile, tech startups and emerging growth firms also are looking to hire.
Updated September 21, 2011
At an entrepreneurial event for tech executives, a Wall Street analyst notes that the best CEOs are those who learn how to listen and who hire people as smart if not smarter than themselves. "No matter how brilliant you are," she says, "many brains are better than one."
September 13, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures' latest panel discussion features four Triangle success stories in the SaaS space as well as several national VCs and insight from a top Wall Street analyst.
September 7, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures is taking a look at software as a service (SaaS) as it resumes its Entrepreneur's Series program on Sept. 19.
June 6, 2011
Eighteen teems of entrepreneurs work with mentors and supporting organizations to hatch business plans in Durham. YardSprout matches homeowners with master gardeners to grow their own food.
Updated June 3, 2011
Entrepreneurs will gather in Durham this weekend to pitch, develop and maybe even sell their idea for the next LinkedIn, Groupon or maybe even a Facebook.
Next great idea?
June 2, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures' next startup financing event features four "angels" who are looking for investment opportunities. It's a chance for face time with the money people.
Updated May 9, 2011
While Apple rallies past Google in value, Big Blue climbs a spot, passing McDonald's, report says.
May 9, 2011
Southern Capitol Venture's "Entrepreneur Series" brings some of the top venture capitalists to the region hoping to spark more deals. The next event is coming up.
Updated March 24, 2011
The venture capital backed startup focuses on knowledge management for life science and other enterprise firms. Southern Capitol Ventures and Hatteras Venture Partners were investors.
Updated March 22, 2011
The Startup Stampede, the Underground and other efforts are striving to provide the ingredients these new businesses will need to grow. And if they do so while choosing to stay in Durham, the Bully City wins economically as well as culturally. The tech startups have the potential to produce their own ecosystem of jobs and growth, new companies and spinoffs.
Startup Stampede makes pitch for Durahm
February 18, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures of Raleigh will host the networking event on March 15 at Brier Creek Country Club.
February 10, 2011
At Venture Outlook 2011 event, a panel of investors from across the country say they are looking for opportunities to make angel, "seed" and early-stage investments.
Updated January 11, 2011
Southern Capitol Ventures is bringing in a panel of venture capitalists to share their insight about what's happening in the world of startups.
Updated January 3, 2011
In a Q&A with venture capitalist Jason Caplain, Kevin O'Connor shares his lessons learned and advice for entrepreneurs.