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Wed, Sep 25

Sep
25

DUKE DIGITAL HEALTH DAY 2019

The Duke Mobile App Gateway is excited to announce Digital Health Day on September 25, 2019. This year’s theme for the one day conference is ‘Digital Health Across the Lifespan.’ The program will include insights from experts in research, clinical care, and device development and will explore how health tech is used from pediatrics to gerontology.

Lunch will be provided.

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Thu, Sep 26

Sep
26

VELOCITY CREATIVE ACCELERATOR DEMO NIGHT 2019

The Center for Creative Economy’s 2019 Velocity Creative Accelerator cohort includes 10 teams of diverse businesses ranging from 3D printing, augmented reality, creative health tech, photography, gaming, culinary, fitness, and platforms for creatives.

These teams represent a geographic range from Winston-Salem, Raleigh, San Francisco, Columbia (MO), Lovettsville (VA), New Dehli (India), and Mexico City (Mexico).

Join for Demo Night, meet the Velocity cohort, explore the demo tables, and hear them pitch. This year’s Demo Night is in collaboration with Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and Venture Cafe Winston-Salem. This event is free and open to the public.

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Tue, Oct 1

Oct
1

FIDELITY INVESTMENTS SPEAKER SERIES: EVOLUTION OF ORGANIZATIONS IN THE DIGITAL AGE

The Fidelity Investments “Leadership in Technology” Speakers Series Proudly Presents: Oliver Schabenberger – EVP, COO & CTO of SAS

Topic: The Evolution of Organizations in the Digital Age

Digital Transformation is at the forefront of today’s organizations and adapting for the future means making changes today. Hear about forces at work pushing organizations out of their comfort zone into a different future.

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Wed, Oct 2

Oct
2

INNOVATENC SYMPOSIUM: ACCELERATING NC’S INNOVATION ECONOMY

InnovateNC will host its inaugural free, statewide symposium aimed at supporting communities across North Carolina to strengthen inclusive entrepreneurship and workforce ecosystems and create opportunities for shared learning and collaboration. The symposium will be held on October 2, 2019 at the Barber Park Event Center in Greensboro, NC.

This marks an opportunity for economic developers, entrepreneurial support organizations, workforce stakeholders, and other interested partners to share best practices, learn about emerging resources, and strengthen opportunities for collaboration by rural communities, cities, towns, and organizations across the state. It will also build on the momentum and energy from the first cohort of InnovateNC cities (Asheville, Greensboro, Wilson, Pembroke and Wilmington), serve as an opportunity to help accelerate the progress of the recent recipients of the NCWorks Innovation Grants, and provide opportunities for communities to access resources to strengthen their local innovation economies.

The convening will include the following components:

  • Morning plenary discussing emerging trends locally and nationally
  • Interactive breakout sessions along two tracks: entrepreneurship/small business growth and workforce development
  • Lunch keynote address on the state of innovation in North Carolina
  • Opportunities to engage with statewide and national organizations supporting innovative entrepreneurship and workforce development efforts
  • Tour of sites in Greensboro to highlight inclusive entrepreneurship and innovative workforce development strategies
  • Networking reception

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Oct
2

BUNKER BREWS WILMINGTON: REALITIES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Being an entrepreneur isn’t all glitz and glam. It’s a lot of sleepless nights, working 70+ hour work weeks, and sometimes losing your way. At this event, Bunker Labs Wilmington is going to be sitting down with Keith Nelson, former owner of Port City Crossfit, to prepare you for the realities of entrepreneurship.

Join Bunker Labs Wilmington and the Honor Foundation as they share war stories and best practices on how to deal with the highs and lows of entrepreneurship (sometimes hourly).

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Tue, Nov 5

Nov
5

How to Start a Business (Online)

Understand the basics of starting a business in this seminar that takes you from idea to opportunity.  Learn key strategies for start-up, financing and marketing as well as important information about legal issues, licensing, zoning, operations and more.  Realize the importance of a self-assessment and how to evaluate the feasibility of your business idea.  Discover the resources available to help you start and successfully operate your business. 

Speaker(s): Chisa Pennix-Brown, Lady Bizness Inc.

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