The exclusive WRAL TechWire provides Triangle Startup Guide updates for entrepreneurs on the Startup Monday lineup.
Triangle Startup Guide provides actionable information and guides for entrepreneurs. The idea is to provide updates and news for students and entrepreneurs to help them grow in the digital market. The websites edited a few categories. For example, the “Venture Capital & Angel Groups” page included the new name and some new information on its average investment and portfolio statistics.
And the Duke Capital Partners launched student- and faculty-led startups. With an average contribution ranging from $500,000 to $2 million, the group invests in early-stage companies to expand their target.
In short, other Triangle Startup Guide updates for entrepreneurs are:
- The “VC & Angel Groups” section now includes SixThirty Ventures. The company invests in early-stage startups across fintech, insure-tech, privacy, and digital health markets.
- The “Inspiration/Advice/More Resources” section presents the latest feature in TechWire’s “Startup Hubs.”
- An addition to the “Competitions, Grants and Other Funding” section is the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE). The program was launched in 2020, showing its impact in the field over the last few years.
- Finally, the Wright Village is on the” Inspiration, Advice & More Resources” page, among other recent startup hub profiles.
The platform made additional changes in the sections featuring competitions, grants, and other funding sources. These updates for entrepreneurs are a valuable source responding to the rise of digital businesses.