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First-Year Seminar Students Gain an Edge with Experiential Learning Opportunities – UNCW News

First-Year Seminar Students Gain an Edge with Experiential Learning OpportunitiesUNCW NewsDuring the fall, five area businesses – Live Oak Bank, Tek Mountain/Castlebranch, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, NC Coastal Federation… Read more »

Talking tech and Wilmington's employment 'gap' – Port City Daily

Port City DailyTalking tech and Wilmington's employment 'gap'Port City DailyWILMINGTON — The tech business continues to grow in Wilmington, filling a conspicuous gap in the area's employment opportunities. The industry… Read more »

Hey entrepreneurs, investor Paul Singh is coming to Wilmington – Port City Daily

Hey entrepreneurs, investor Paul Singh is coming to WilmingtonPort City DailyLocal companies such as Live Oak Bank, nCino and tekMountain are involved with the events, among others. Several decision-making executives… Read more »

Signs of opposition: Local businesses take stand against HB2 – Port City Daily

Port City DailySigns of opposition: Local businesses take stand against HB2Port City DailyLast week, the Wilmington innovators behind technology business incubator tekMountain posted a petition on their website, encouraging others… Read more »

Statewide business development programs highlights Wilmington's innovative climate – Lumina News

Lumina NewsStatewide business development programs highlights Wilmington's innovative climateLumina NewsBusiness leaders from around the state toured sites in Wilmington on Monday, including technology-incubator TekMountain, Cape Fear Community College and MARBIONIC,… Read more »

TekMountain Plans Community Forum On HB2 – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

TekMountain Plans Community Forum On HB2Greater Wilmington Business Journal“The recent signing of HB2 by North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has attacked the civil liberties of LGBT individuals, endangered employee/employer relations… Read more »

April's Take 5 – Wilma Magazine

Wilma MagazineApril's Take 5Wilma MagazineAUDREY SPEICHER is director of CastleBranch Corp.'s business incubator and accelerator tekMountain. Her current role has her working closely with tech startups, but she began at… Read more »

tekMountain to help tech startups grow

Castle Branch’s new office building off Sir Tyler Drive. Its top floor will be the home of a new business incubator. Photo by Ben Brown. tekMountain. That’s the name of… Read more »

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