It’s no secret that a startup scene is growing in Charlotte.
Helping cultivate that momentum is StartCharlotte, a central connector for the Queen City’s rising tech hub. It provides the utmost advocacy for startups local to the city, telling their stories in a weekly newsletter, hosting monthly and annual community events, and now offering a resource database on its website.
The interactive guide, released this week, lines up all the necessary resources emerging entrepreneurs in the CLT area should consider when building their companies. It includes startup funding avenues ranging from the multi-round, three-month-long Charlotte Venture Challenge to investment groups such as the seasoned Charlotte Angel Fund or Venture South Charlotte.
Other venture development opportunities are also featured, such as the Queen City Fintech accelerator for financial services startups or City Startup Labs, an incubator that supports startups founded by African American millennials.
StartCharlotte also has active Twitter lists rounding up the city’s companies, groups, coworking spaces and people to follow.
Even if you’re not in Charlotte, this is a helpful place to start if you want to get a feel for the growing ecosystem in North Carolina’s largest city.
View the full guide here. (sampling above)