Vino Technologies is a young computer software company founded in 2021. CED interviewed Jarrod Overson, President of Vino, to talk about their technology and its value proposition. What interested you in founding a startup, and where did the Vino name originate? Ever since I was a kid, I loved making things work better. I learned […]
CED recently spoke with CEO John Kaiser of Evecxia Therapeutics to learn more about its mission to assist people with mental illness. Read on to learn more about this Research Triangle Park-based company and how their research is aimed at the two-thirds of mental illness patients who do not adequately respond to traditional antidepressants. What […]
Exits and funding events create a contagious buzz among media sources and give a community a great cause for celebration. However, there is often less emphasis on a founder(s) journey to get to that milestone, along with their impact on the entrepreneurial community over time. Shutterfly acquires Durham-based startup, Spoonflower When the announcement of Spoonflower’s […]
CED hosted its first in-person demo day since the start of the global pandemic to showcase four companies who recently completed the organization’s twelve-week GRO incubator program.
CED recently spoke with Charles Tse a Raleigh-based entrepreneur to learn more about how Bay Nano and their smart glass technology will help combat rising energy costs while improving energy efficiency. CED, the startup ecosystem, and Charles have had a successful history together while he previously founded three companies – two with exits. Read on […]
Venture Atlanta Deadline is August 6th! If you are looking to meet investors, now or anytime in the next nine months, Venture Atlanta is a must attend event in the southeast. Venture Atlanta will take place October 20-21 and promises the opportunity to meet/get noticed by 350 investors for both seed and growth stage companies […]