Posts tagged “Venture & Innovation”
Fast-growing AvidXchange, which sells accounts payable and payment automation software, has raised $3.5 million in new financing.
A Wilmington startup with what it calls "environmentally conscious desalination technology that turns wave energy into fresh, clean water" launches a fundraising campaign.
Over the past four years the name Allyson Sutton became synonymous with HQ Raleigh as its spokesperson and very active advocate. She recently left HQ, embarking on a writing career, saying "Words are my passion." Allyson talks at length about her days at HQ, some of her favorite memories as well as regrets and what she wants to do in the future.
The Obama administration's "18F" program to create its own version of a high-tech startup for government digital projects has foundered since its launch in 2014, losing nearly $32 million as its staff spent most of its time on unbillable work, according to a new inspector general report published Monday.
It's no secret that Scott Moody and Jonathan Gould are on a mission with their team at K4Connect. On Monday, the duo made good on their plans to secure institutional capital and strategic partnerships to rapidly scale their connected home venture.
Wednesday night's RIoT XIII Demo Showcase will be the largest RIoT event to date. The premiere open source conference, All Things Open, will be in full swing, and we'll see the largest collection of Internet of Things demos in the country on a single night.
WRAL TechWire traces its 15-year-old heritage to Charlotte where a group of entrepreneurs came together in 2001 to launch in 2002 what was then called Local Tech Wire. Last week, Allan Maurer - one of LTW's founders - returned to the Queen City to report on its booming entrepreneurial community. But as he found out, there are growing pains.
WRALTechWire is continuously expanding its content lineup, and we want you to participate. We are looking for news and analysis about all things tech and life science from people who know their business.
Even though a focus on startups and entrepreneurs is on the rise in Charlotte, the Charlotte Angel Fund has yet to invest in a single Charlotte-based company. But that may soon change, says Fund Administrator Greg Brown.
In today's update of technology news: DDOS attacks such as those affecting sites Friday are "vicious" says Channel Advisor founder Scot Wingo; IBM says Macs are cheaper than PCs; and do drivers really want autonomous cars?
The role of healthcare IT services in IBM's services turnaround is escalating says TBR analyst.
Most people trace the current resurgence of interest in Charlotte's startup community to Dan Roselli and his wife Sara Garces opening Packard Place as a co-working facility Uptown in 2011. Editor's note: third in a four-part series on the QueenCity''sentrepreneurial scene.
Entegrion, a Research Triangle=based life sciences company developing advanced blood products, has raised $4.2 million of a $5 million debt and securities offering from 59 investors, according to a regulatory filing.
- Wegmans announces plans for Raleigh location
- Junior League of Raleigh donates 20 percent of Bargain Box sales to Matthew victims
- AT&T to close flooded Goldsboro call center; workers offered chance to transfer
- Some buyers call classes by 'Flip or Flop' stars misleading
- SAS ranks No. 2 in global Great Place to Work list