In a new multimedia series, WRAL TechWire, in conjunction with Innovate Raleigh, is set to spotlight some of those companies tipped to become tomorrow’s “homegrown” unicorns. Here’s a look at what’s coming.
In order to start a billion dollar company, we’re going to have to be playing with something that’s both crazy and dangerous. And by crazy and dangerous, I mean it has to have at least one element that scares the hell out of investors. Read on …
Companies and investment funds based in North Carolina are attracting capital, with about $1.4 billion in funding disclosed on SEC filings and an additional $170 million announced in the most recent two week period.
WRAL TechWire’s Triangle Startup Guide is continually expanding with new resources. Today, we’ve added a new mentorship program for small businesses in Johnston County. Read more about the latest addition to the growing resource package.
Tech startups have the potential to create an increasing number of jobs and help local professionals upskill in order to meet the increasing demand for specialized jobs. Here’s how tech startups can be a positive force for good in the financial lives of so many residents in the Carolinas.
Twelve teams, including ones from Durham and Charlotte, will participate in the Google for Startups Black Founders Exchange event coming up in the Bull City. Here they are as well as details about the program.