Gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory visited the Cary Innovation Center on Wednesday, July 11, 2012 for a roundtable discussion with local business leaders.
Even by Cary standards, the $1.45 billion deal for TowerCo is an eye-popper. And that’s just one several recent news items reinforcing Cary’s place as a center of business, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Ingrid Jones of Impact Meetings and Events has joined Cary Innovation Center as a resident member.
On June 18, the Heart of Cary Association (HoCA) elected a new board and officers.
Last weekend, I traveled up to New York City to speak at WordCampNYC. Besides talking about all things Hyperlocal, I got a chance to check out a few other seminars. Here’s my Top Tip from the world’s biggest WordPress conference.
Cary, NC – Last week, the News & Observer published a story about the surge in organized angel investing in the Triangle. Writer David Ranii interviewed several experienced angels in the Triangle, including CIC Executive Director Bill Warner.
Our friends at CaryCitizen gave us top billing in This Week in Cary Business. Story by Lindsey Chester. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – Business is picking up steam in Cary and the surrounding Triangle. Here are a few news items and business events of interest to both entrepreneurs and titans of industry.
For all futurists and fans of technology, you’ll want to watch this incredible video from Corning about the future of smart, durable glass. It will fundamentally change the way people live.
This past year, we have reported on Downtown development with an eye to what the Town of Cary has purchased and developed. In this article, we take a look at the independent businesses now open in the core area of downtown – chiefly Academy and Chatham Streets.