Posts tagged “Startups”
Silicon Valley is pressuring banks to change their ways or risk becoming the latest industry overtaken by technology. Hundreds of startups are offering easier and cheaper ways to save, borrow, spend and invest. They are doing it by shifting the battleground to smartphone apps and websites, which function as digital offices that are accessible around the clock with minimal staffing, and by lowering fees.
PRTI, a Franklinton-based environmentally responsive tire-to-energy business, has reached a strategic partnership with Causam Energy, a Raleigh-based leader in the new transactional energy marketplace.
Startups looking for potential investors will have a one-on-one opportunity with Bull City Venture Partners and Cisco at a "pitch" event coming in February.
Reviewing SEC filings for November makes clear how busy the month was for North Carolina technology, life science and other emerging companies were in seeking to raise new capital. From A to Z, here's the list.
An ExitEvent series: What's driving the growing network of hackerspaces in the U.S., starting with Durham-based Splat Space.
Locus Biosciences, a Raleigh-based company wants to raise $7 million in a private offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
G1 Therapeutics, a clinical-stage oncology company based in Research Triangle Park, will team up with biotech pioneer Genentech on a cancer clinical trial in the new year.
Joan Siefert Rose won't have much time off as she steps down from the chief executive officer's position at the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. In fact, she's taking a new job as a consulting effective Jan. 3.
Bob Geolas, the former CEO of the Research Triangle Foundation, has joined HR&A Advisors, a real estate and economic consulting firm.
Creative Allies, a Morrisville-based integrated marketing firm led by serial entrepreneur Donald Thompson has raised $225,000 from two investors, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Steve Malik, the founder then seller then re-acquirer of Cary-based Medfusion, is apparently going to announce on Tuesday his next big venture: Taking the Carolina RailHawks franchise, which he owns, to a new level. He also reportedly wants a new soccer stadium.
Essex Woodlands, a $2.5 billion equity investment firm, is taking another $15 million stake in RTP-based Metabolon, which focuses on the growing field of metabolomics.
Joan Siefert Rose is nearing the end of an eight-year run as CEO of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. What are her fondest memories? Her biggest regrets? What message would she give to her successor? Find out the answers in the first of a two-part exclusive interview.