In May, the Internet erupted after millionaire Tim Gurner made the following comment on millennials’ spending habits. “When I was trying to buy my first home, I wasn’t buying smashed
NC IDEA announces six North Carolina startups as spring grant winners and recipients of a collective $300,000. This story is part of a series of profiles on the winners. The wedding
Standing desks have gained popularity over the past few years as desk-workers try to live more active and less sedentary lifestyles. But most desks can cost hundreds of dollars and
Local universities continue to be one of our startup community’s greatest assets—not only do they educate and produce talent that feeds into the startup community but they train students to
“Any free food today?” “Nope, not today. You missed the brownies yesterday!” I hear some variation of this conversation every week at the coworking space I work for in Charlotte
The complaint is well noted—Charlotte lacks substantial capital to invest in startups. Greg Brown, Charlotte Angel Fund’s administrator, has heard it a lot. But he wants to have data-driven discussions not
Last weekend Disney Channel aired a four-day original movie marathon—my inner pre-teen freaked out. One of my favorites was the 1999 classic, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century. For those unfamiliar,
Passport’s office looks and feels like the quintessential, successful startup office—it has the open floor plan, red solo cups, young employees and a gong rung every time a sale is made.
Charlotte Venture Challenge was birthed 15 years ago to promote early-stage businesses out of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. During its early days, the competition was only open to
The job hunt doesn’t have to be depressing, especially when there are so many great options in the area. Get excited and check out what the Triangle has to offer.
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