Access to Capital

Access to Capital

Whether you are looking for start-up funding, a business loan to grow, or an investor that can help your company get to IPO, offers the best information on how to get funding. Read about market trends, practicing your pitch, meeting the right investors, and stay connected to local financial resources.

NC State Treasurer Janet Cowell to Kick Off Capital Connects Nov. 13th


November 3rd, 2013


NC  State Treasurer Janet Cowell will kick off the 2013 Capital Connects event at 5:30 p.m. on November 13, 2013 at Gateway University Research Park. Cowell will discuss the recent activities of the North Carolina Innovation Fund, which was established with funding from the …

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Pitch Your Business Idea to Investors at 2013 Capital Connects!


October 1st, 2013


Capital Connects!, an initiative of the Greensboro Partnership, links  entrepreneurs to the resources necessary to prepare for, find, and secure business capital. Join us for Capital Connects! and meet with accredited investors, angel groups, venture capitalists, and commercial lenders …

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Law Opens Financing of Start-Ups to Crowds


September 23rd, 2013

September 22, 2013

Entrepreneurs looking to the crowd to finance their big ideas just got a little extra help from the government.

On Monday, federal legislation goes into effect to allow “emerging growth” companies — essentially, small start-ups —

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Innovation Fund Applications Open Sept 20


September 11th, 2013

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Innovation Fund North Carolina plans to award up to $1.2 million to start-up technology companies in the first year

Innovation Fund North Carolina (IFNC) has been created to help foster economic growth and education through innovation by our state’s entrepreneurs …

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Angel Resource Institute’s Halo Report Infographics for Q1 2013


August 19th, 2013

Over the past few years, angel investors in the Southeast United States have made great
strides to pick-up the pace of investment. Some people credit stronger and new
tax incentives in certain states, other people credit better ideas, and other …

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