This month, WRAL TechWire has been making weekly updates to our Triangle Startup Guide based on feedback and suggestions from our readers.
To reflect our appreciation for your engagement, we’re publishing summaries of the changes we make each week.
Here’s the latest round of updates:
We updated the Inspiration, Advice & More Resources section with more resources from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center:
- NCBiotech’s core labs directory, which includes university-based laboratory facilities, most of which are available for use by outside companies.
- NC Biotech’s market research collection, complete with more than 400 life science research reports.
In addition, we listed another firm on our VC & Angel Groups section: Solidarity Capital Group, a Cary-based investment firm that funds seed, early-stage or growth-stage social impact startups. The firm typically invests around $50,000 to $250,000 initially, with the possibility to lead or participate in larger rounds up to $1 million.
We also made sure to include Innovate Raleigh on our list of Communities, Networks & Memberships. The not-for-profit organization supports local entrepreneurs with access to events, ecosystem resources and a wide network of stakeholders.
Stay tuned for the next round of additions to our Incubators and Coworking Spaces Map:
- The North Carolina Biotechnology Center’s free coworking space in RTP.
- Arise, a coworking space that opened recently in Rolesville.
- WeWork’s new One Glenwood space in Raleigh.
- WeWork Durham.ID, which opened this month in Downtown Durham.
- HQ Centennial, which will officially open in August. A grand opening event is planned for August 29.