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How to choose a PR firm that’s right for your startup or scaleup

For any startup, choosing the right service providers can have a strong bearing on the success or failure of your venture. Whether it’s IT maintenance, HR support, accountancy or PR,… Read more »

7 Startups to Watch in the Triad

When Brian Platz co-founded HR tech firm SilkRoad Technology in Winston-Salem 13 years ago, it was hard to find technical talent and even harder to keep it. Fast forward to 2017, and his summer… Read more »

NC has already sweetened the pot for Amazon-size jobs and spending

Amazon’s plan to build a second headquarters somewhere in the United States, setting up a ferocious nationwide competition, is just the kind of project the North Carolina legislature had in… Read more »

Amazon’s Biggest Acquisitions

CB Insights discovered in theiranalysis of Amazon’s M&A strategy, Amazon has traditionally been a conservative buyer of companies. Despite the historic Whole Foods mega-acquisition ($13.7B) as well as a few big-name buys… Read more »

What Apple’s Patents In AR, AI, And Facial Recognition Mean For Future iPhones

With Apple’s release of the iPhone 8 line and the high-end iPhone X (which commemorates the iPhone’s 10th anniversary), we have a new vision of where we are in personal technology today…. Read more »

Wilmington’s Elite Innovations gets products to market

Andrew Williams, founder and CEO of Wilmington-based Elite Innovations, one of the lynch-pins of the evolving startup ecosystem in the Wilmington area, has been inventing things since he was in… Read more »

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How to choose a PR firm that’s right for your startup or scaleup

For any startup, choosing the right service providers can have a strong bearing on the success or failure of your venture. Whether it’s IT maintenance, HR support, accountancy or PR,… Read more »

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Nanotechnology Device Can Heal Damaged Tissues With A Single Touch

The technology Tissue Nanotransfection can repair injured legs with just one touch. Treatment takes less than a second and does not have any known side effects. Here’s how it works…. Read more »

Zombie startups: why are entrepreneurs failing to grow their businesses?

For all the support they promise startups, business accelerators are arguably not delivering. Too many startup founders are not getting to the finishing line of a big pay day on… Read more »

15-Year-Old Teenager Built A Profitable EdTech Business In 1 Year

Ian McCue is a 17-year-old entrepreneur from Las Vegas, Nevada. He is an Economics major at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and plans to graduate in 2019. Although he… Read more »

8 Digital Stats From Last Week That Marketing Players Need to Know

There was a ton of newsworthy stats and research revealed in the last several days around digital advertising, social media marketing and other topics. Check out the eight digital marketing… Read more »

Start-Up Day Across America – Celebrating entrepreneurship across the country.

On August 1st, 2017, we invite all Members of Congress to celebrate the ingenuity and entrepreneurship taking place right in their back-yards. Startup Day Across America connects elected officials with the… Read more »

Tips to Select an HR Tech Vendor

Implementing a new HR or human capital management (HCM) system is often the first step towards enabling HR strategy with technology. The CHRO will often spend months designing the people… Read more »

MedTech Stocks to Top Q2 Estimates

While twists and turns unfold at the Capitol Hill, markets watchers will keep a tab on the influence that each dramatic move will have the spaces closely related. Here, we… Read more »

What it’s Like to be a Startup Outside a Major Tech Hub

While companies can be based anywhere, there’s no denying that a lot of major customers will be based in cities like London. It’s therefore important to find ways to adapt… Read more »

Technology Can Be A Tool, A Teacher, A Trickster

In the early days, the user had to train herself to the system, exaggerating phonemes, speaking in slow staccato bursts. These days, it’s the system that trains itself to the… Read more »

Data Drift Happens: 7 Pesky Problems with People Data – InformationWeek

Matt is a member of the UNCW Marketing Advisory Board, the UNCW Data Science Advisory Board and a mentor at TekMountain, a co-working space and technology incubator. He received his… Read more »

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