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CastleBranch HQ, Tek Mountain think tank debut – Lumina News

Lumina NewsCastleBranch HQ, Tek Mountain think tank debutLumina NewsAlthough it may be a fit for the refined brick office buildings that surround it on Sir Tyler Drive, the interior of the new three-story CastleBranch building was designed to set it and the company apart. On Friday, May 23, CastleBranch CEO Brett …

CastleBranch HQ, Tek Mountain think tank debut – Lumina News

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CastleBranch Showcases TekMountain, Expanded HQ – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

Greater Wilmington Business JournalCastleBranch Showcases TekMountain, Expanded HQGreater Wilmington Business JournalCastleBranch CEO Brett Martin (left), N.C. Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker (middle) and CastleBranch President Joe Finley discuss the future of tekMountain during a Friday tour of its newly expanded headquarters. (Photo by J. Elias O'Neal). Dozens …CastleBranch unveils new building with plenty of surprisesPort City Dailyall 5 news articles »

CastleBranch Showcases TekMountain, Expanded HQ – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

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tekMountain to help tech startups grow

tekMountain. That’s the name of the long discussed business incubator being developed on the top floor of Castle Branch’s new world headquarters off Sir Tyler Drive. “It’s a privately held, community driven incubator-accelerator,” said Joe Finley, president of Castle Branch, an employment screening and background-check company that is dramatically growing its footprint and adding jobs in Wilmington.

 

Ben Brown is a news reporter at Port City Daily. Reach him at ben.b@hometownwilmington.com or (910) 772-6335. On Twitter: @benbrownmedia

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tekMountain to help tech startups grow – Port City Daily

Port City DailytekMountain to help tech startups growPort City DailytekMountain's current online presence consists of a limited website, www.tekmountain.com, and Twitter account, @tekMountain, whose tagline reads: “Accelerating the growth of Wilmington's high-wage knowledge economy by attracting, hosting, and training …and more »

tekMountain to help tech startups grow – Port City Daily

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