Posts tagged “Venture & Innovation”
In am exclusive Q&A WTW Insider interview, the American Underground's chief strategist says the AU is introducing a "new product offering for a new audience" with its soon-to-open Gridworks in Durham. Plus, Adam Klein discusses why Durham remains a red-hot destination for startups and how the AU continues to drive diversity.
Safe driving tech startup ITFT, which stands for Innovative Technology for Transportation, is the first North Carolina company to launch a crowdfunding campaign since under Title III of the JOBSs Act went into effect last May. Lawyers are Smith Anderson in Raleigh helped guide the Davidson firm to launch.
Data from the final of the "big three" venture capital reports is in - and reality has returned to venture capital deal-making across North Carolina. After a one-year boom, it's back to more typical numbers.
Venture capital deal making in North Carolina declined in 2016 year-over-year even though two major reports offer different details about the scale of the action. And there are two major reports still to come about 2016 deal making.
American Underground will launch additional coworking space in Durham in March, utilizing some 7,000 square feet of space in the historic S.H. Kress & Co. building.
Brian Onorio, who launched the O3 agency in 2007, adds another Triangle marketing firm to his recently rebranded "Walk West" group. The two mergers over the past five months are part of his "digital first" strategy. Backers include serial entrepreneur and investor Donald Thompson.
Big Blue continues to set the pace for winning patents, setting a record for IP in 2016 with more than 8,000 and leading the corporate ranks in awards for the 24th consecutive year. Of those, 960 were awarded to North Carolina-based inventors.
Bringing searchable functionality to the chaos that social media has become is the secret sauce of Durham's ArchiveSocial. And its big coup last week in landing the President Obama social media archive is a reflection of the startup's continuing growth.
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A deal for the "Greatest Office in the Land" (White House) social media archive of President Obama can take Durham startup ArchiveSocial to "the next level," its founder says. And what about Donald Trump's tweets? "We would welcome the opportunity to service the next administration."
KWIPPED, a B2B startup focused on specialized equipment rentals, is ready for more expansion after landing some $700,000 in a projected $1 million round of venture capital. VentureSouth is the lead in the round. Plus: What factors set this B2B marketplace apart?