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Why Apple, Google, and Amazon Hired Cardiologists

Big Silicon Valley companies have often competed for talent with specialized skills, like expertise in artificial intelligence or trendy new programming languages. Now they’re competing for heart doctors.   Source:… Read more »

3 Ways Health Systems Can Prepare for Natural Disasters

Here are three things to consider to ensure your health system is properly prepared should a natural disaster strike close to home.   Source: 3 Ways Health Systems Can Prepare… Read more »

5 Trends Emerge in the Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2018

Widespread artificial intelligence, biohacking, new platforms and immersive experiences dominate this year’s Gartner Hype Cycle. Source: 5 Trends Emerge in the Gartner Hype Cyble for Emerging Technologies, 2018

Talent will determine the world’s next tech investment hubs

For years, Silicon Valley wasn’t the main place many venture capitalists looked for deals — it was the only place. But the Bay Area is beginning to lose its once… Read more »

Rock Health: Digital health adoption on the rise, but wearables, telemedicine lag behind

Eighty-seven percent of Americans used at least one digital health tool in 2017, up from 80 percent in 2015, according to a new survey out from Rock Health. For the… Read more »

7 Women Leaders At Corporate Venture Capital Funds You Should Know

Your startup may be intent on disrupting their industry, however, in the venture maze of funding options, it would benefit your business to pay much more attention to corporate venture… Read more »

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Why Apple, Google, and Amazon Hired Cardiologists

Big Silicon Valley companies have often competed for talent with specialized skills, like expertise in artificial intelligence or trendy new programming languages. Now they’re competing for heart doctors.   Source:… Read more »

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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 »

Videos, Tweets, Photos & Slides From SalesJam 4.0

A full recap of our fourth half-day sales training event, held last Friday in downtown Durham Check out the media below to get a full picture of SalesJam 4.0, the half-day… Read more »

If You’re Serious About Faster Startup Growth Get Serious About Diversity On Your Team

Turning a startup into a successful high-growth business is a constant race against time. The entrepreneur is driving to achieve the milestones that make the company profitable as investors and… Read more »

What’s next in HR Tech?

HR technology is evolving at a rapid pace, as technology itself advances. HR and business leaders are turning to the latest technologies to make their people processes efficient and effective,… Read more »

How MedTech Is Revolutionising The Healthcare Industry

From Internet of things – IoT and smart homes to driverless cars and wireless charging, 2017 is supposed to be a big year for technology. But we still don’t see cars driving… Read more »

Nearly $12M Goes to MedTech, Sales Tech, Facial Recognition, An Energy Drink & VC Fund This Week

A science technology company based in Wilmington, North Carolina, has raised $3.4 million in a private equity offering, according to a filing Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.   Source: Nearly… Read more »

Amazon’s Secretive Team 1492 May Be Exploring Health Tech

Amazon reportedly has a secretive project lab, which it has dubbed “1492,” with a focal point centered around medical technologies ranging from records-keeping to over-the-air doctors visits and diagnostics. That’s… Read more »

Food-truck park, work-space and apartments: an in-depth timeline of the ‘Cargo District’ – Port City Daily

The Coworx space has already attracted several clients, including SIS Digital. CEO Ty Downing said the company was moving from TekMountain because, “we wanted an exciting change of scenery to… Read more »

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 »

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