Posts tagged “Startups”

Updated May 16

CED to honor Hall-of-Famers Mitch Mumma, John McConnell

CED logo It's "CED Founders Day," which means there's a big party tonight in the Park where the Council for Entrepreneurial Development will be honoring its latest Hall of Fame inductees.

Updated May 16

Premium Lock 'Quietly cool:' Phononic cracks CNBC's Disruptor 50 list again

Phononic, the Durham-based startup that's using cutting-edge technology to reshape the cooling and heating industry, returns to the CNBC Disruptor 50 list for a second straight year. Plus: See who else made the list.

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Updated May 16

Roundtable Analytics helps emergency departments make best use of data

The cloud-based SaaS startup exits stealth mode and lands new partnership with UNC-Chapel Hill and WRAL TechWire award

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May 15

Judge orders Uber not to use technology taken from Waymo

Uber self-driving car in Pittsburgh   A federal judge has ordered Uber not to use technology that a key executive downloaded before he left Waymo, the autonomous car company that was spun off from Google. But he refused to order a halt to Uber's self-driving program, as requested by Waymo.

May 15

CED report: 45 NC entrepreneurial firms raise $347M in Q1

Dollar sign       45 entrepreneurial companies across the state of North Carolina from life science to cleantech raised some $347 million in the first quarter across 48 equity deals, says the latest Council for Entrepreneurial Development's Innovators Report.

May 15

Premium Lock Raleigh-based life science startup Innovate Bio raises $1M

‚ÄčA Raleigh-based biotechnology company has raised $1 million in a private offering that included options and warrants, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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May 15

Kansas startups seize spotlight at NCBiotech Ag Biotech Showcase

Agbio PrairieChar and Integrated Animal Health outshine five North Carolina startups as well as several others in the N.C. Biotechnology Center's Ag Biotech Entrepreneurial Showcase.

May 15

Premium Lock Novan spinoff Know Bio raises $2.6M from 43 investors

Know Bio LLC raised the money from 43 investors, according to a securities filing. The company was created in late 2015 by separating all non-dermatological assets from Novan.

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May 15

WTW's week in review: 62 headlines not to be missed, part three

Triangle headlines Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for this past week, part three.

May 15

WTW's week in review: 62 headlines not to be missed, part two

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire over this past week, part two.

May 15

WTW's week in review: 62 headlines not to be missed, part one

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for this past week, part one.

Updated May 12

Premium Lock Microsoft includes Validic data in HealthVault program

Microsoft is incorporating Validic's mobile health data technology in an update and expansion of the tech giant's HealthVault program. Validic's platform will be used to link HealthVault Insights data into hundreds of clinical and consumer devices, the goal being to give patients personalized, actionable information. Validic CEO Drew Schiller talks about the deal - and its importance to the emerging Durham company.

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May 12

Doug Speight reflects on role as Durham's CODE2040 Entrepreneur-In-Residence (+ video)

As he passes the torch to Durham's next EIR, Doug Speight, the founder of Cathedral Leasing, shares a bit about his experience contributing to the local startup community over the last year.

May 12

How can Wilmington grow more life sciences or hardware or enterprise software companies?

Network for Entrepreneurs in Wilmington Network for Entrepreneurs in Wilmington is hosting an event where the discussion will focus on bringing more technology and innovation, building successful companies, and creating more jobs. What are the steps to success?

May 12

Benson Hill Biosystems raises another $6.5M

Benson Hill Benson Hill Biosystems is a plant genomics company. It uses technologies and biological expertise to help organizations advance products to market faster and to tackle challenges in crop development.

Updated May 12

Exclusive: Crowdfunding 101 part 2 - How do I find investors?

Crowdfunding  This is Part II of our series on using the NC PACES Act investment crowdfunding law.: How do I find investors?

May 12

Ag Biotech Showcase: There's money in manure, pet meds

Agbiotech  A dozen ag biotech startups pitched their wares this week to a receptive crowd at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center's 2017 Ag Biotech Entrepreneurial Showcase at the Cotton Room in iconic downtown Durham.

May 12

Triangle University Angel Networks making first joint investment

Angel Investors Angel investor networks from the Triangle's major research universities will make their first joint investment in a medical products firm this week.

May 12

Raleigh co-working space Loading Dock raises $836,000

Loading Dock Raleigh, which was formed in 2017, has three membership plans ranging in price from $225 a month to $400 a month. Each comes with usage of a conference room and meeting space, printing, WiFi and coffee.

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May 11

'There is a pecking order:' Raleigh tech CEO keeps chickens, pig

Justin Miller is one of the most interesting men in the Triangle. He's 6-foot-4, covered in tattoos, and he makes money as the CEO and co-founder of the insanely poplar app, WedPics, which helps couples aggregate photos taken by their wedding guests. He isn't married, nor does he have children, but the North Carolina State University graduate has 13 dependents - 9 chickens, 3 dogs and a pig.

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