Posts tagged “Startups”
Envested, a Durham-based startup, has raised $200,000 in a private stock offering, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Robbie Allen, founder and CEO of Durham's Automated Insights, is going back to school - again. And he just may hatch another startup idea as he pursues a Ph.D at UNC's Kenan-Flagler.
Former Duke quarterback Thad Lewis joins Triangle entrepreneur, blogger and video host Joe Procopio for a series of interviews in his Teaching Startup series. Here's the first episode.
A new report from International Data Corporation shows that Lenovo's troubled server group is showing signs of recovery - at least in terms of sales targeting cloud information technology spending. Meanwhile, Cisco sales surge, cutting into market share held by leaders HP and Dell.
MediaPost's Gavin O'Malley published this commentary: "In some respects, the mobile boom is officially over in the States. Indeed, Adobe's latest global mobile report found double-digit declines in both app installs (38%) and launches (28%) over the past two years." So what can companies and app developers do to counter the trend?
Six emerging companies from across North Carolina - Charlotte, Wilmington, Cary, Kernersville, Raleigh - have been selected for the Startup Showcase at NCTA's upcoming technology conference.
LoLo, a mobile rewards program, partners with small businesses to encourage people to shop local, reports ExitEvent.
Editor's note: ExitEvent Editor Laura Baverman takes a detailed, inside look at serial entrepreneur Jud Bowman's third startup, Sift Media.
Neuromarketing startup NeuroSpire of Durham has raised $618,000 from nine investors in a private stock offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission dated April 4. Plus: What is neuromarketing?
Silicon Valley app startup moves to RTP, plans hiring binge after landing Cofounders Capital deal (+ video)
Serial investor David Gardner's latest deal is bringing Map My Customers, a fast-growing Silicon Valley app startup to the Triangle along with as many as 50 jobs. Some 20,000 users have already signed on, including one who says the app "is a must have for me."
Ravila Gupta, the newly named chief executive officer at the Council for Entrepreneurial Development, says she is "humbled" to accept the new job and is bringing a "passion for entrepreneurship" to the position. She talks about her career and the CED in an exclusive Q&A.