Articles By: Shannon Cuthrell

Almost four years since founding, Internet of Things startup K4Connect is grabbing the attention of investors and senior living community customers across the East Coast. Its flagship product, K4Community, empowers senior residents

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. When

We’re keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle’s startup community, and publishing them every so often on ExitEvent. To submit an opening, visit our jobs page and

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. 3D

When I started as an editorial intern at ExitEvent two years ago, I was a beginning journalism major with hippie, anti-establishment tendencies who frankly didn’t understand the appeal of business

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

Two years of careful planning, testing and strategizing led Raleigh tech startup Dropsource to find a niche with mobile developers who seek simple, but powerful tools to make their own native apps.

The scene at The Pink Ceiling on Wednesday evening was, appropriately, as women-centric and women-relevant as the products and services presented for the InnovateHER pitch competition. Among the wallpaper, LED-lit

We’re keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle’s startup community, and publishing them every so often on ExitEvent. To submit an opening, visit our jobs page and

Each week, we’ll round up startup news from the UNC journalism students behind North Carolina Business News Wire. To read all of the students’ work covering public and private companies

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