Posts tagged “Venture & Innovation”
WRAL TechWire will announce its annual TechAward winners on April 25, and more than 100 execs as well as companies have already been nominated. Don't see someone on the list whom you think is deserving? Or a company that should be recognized? Then make your nomination soon. Time is running out.
What factors are helping make the First Flight Venture Center become such a success in the Triangle as a hub for entrepreneurship? NC COIN Executive Director Joe Magno takes a look.
Time is running out to make nominations for our fifth WRAL TechWire Awards. Plus, we're making some "early bird" tickets available for reservation. Don't miss your chance to nominate a winner - and to attend our celebration, which will be hosted at Google Fiber's new HQ in Raleigh.
Startup hubs are a booming business across the Triangle, but one of the oldest is flourishing despite the competition. It's the First Flight Venture Center. President Andy Schwab, who also is an active angel investor, explains why in an exclusive Q&A.
Veteran entrepreneur, author and blogger Joe Procopio talks with WedPics founder and CEO Justin Miller about how to build relationships with investors in the latest episode of "The Show."
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Triangle executives and entrepreneurs are heading to Austin for the South by Southwest festival 2017, which formally opens on Friday.
NC PACES (crowdfunding) update: Regulators propose groundbreaking rules for local offerings by NC companies
The Securities Division of the North Carolina Secretary of State (the "Division") announced significant revisions to rules that implement the NC PACES Act. Here's a review from Benji Jones, an attorney at Smith Anderson in Raleigh who is involved closely with crowdfunding issues.
New data show just how big the impact First Flight Venture Center is having on the Triangle's entrepreneurial community: More than $20 million in funding generated in 2016 by 37 companies who employ more than 160 people. And Andy Schwab, the Center's president, is quite proud. He shares his thoughts about First Flight, its mission, and its uniqueness as a startup hub.
Nominations are now open for our fifth WRAL TechWire Awards. Plus, we're making some "early bird" tickets available for reservation. Don't miss your chance to nominate a winner - and to attend our celebration, which will be hosted at Google Fiber's new HQ in Raleigh.
The lists of leagues, teams and organizations continues to grow for Durham collaborative software firm Teamworks. The latest user is the Atlantic Coast Conference, which is using Teammworks to help coordinate the ACC men's basketball tournament underway in New York. Former Duke athlete Zach Maurides, Teamworks founder and president, talks with WRAL TechWire about the firm's blossoming success.
Looking for investors? There's one VC firm in the Triangle that's making deals with startups at a remarkable pace: Cofunders Capital. Here's an inside look at the firm, what it's looking for in startups, and some advice about how to go looking for cash.
When it comes to crowdfunding for startups, turns out the size of the "crowd" - i.e. number of investors - is more important to financial success than the amount of money raised. So says a paper from N.C. State's Poole College of Management. Plus: Read the full paper abstract.
In all the frenzy about Russia, North Korea, Obamacare and border security, you may have missed news from the Trump and Trudeau administrations about diversity and equality. The National Venture Capital Association didn't and is throwing its support behind a new initiative.