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Posted by Jessaca Giglio on January 23, 2015
The city of Raleigh’s Business Assistance Program will offer free training for disadvantaged minority- and women-owned small firms.
Cherelle James, CEO and co-owner of Triangle-based My Local CFO, will teach owners about controlling business finances, record keeping in Excel and accounting systems, and empowerment and decision-making skills.
Training is 2-4 p.m. Feb. 26 at Wilders Grove Solid Waste Services Operations Center, 630 Beacon Lake Drive.
Posted by Virginia Bridges on January 13, 2015
Morehead City-based Dank Burrito beat out two Raleigh food trucks and seven others across the nation to be named 2014 Mobile Cuisine Rookie Food Truck of the Year.
Posted on January 12, 2015
A new NC State University initiative seeks to establish a new resource and research center for area entrepreneurs. The school's Poole College of Management plans to open the NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic inside HQ Raleigh in downtown in February.
Posted by Virginia Bridges on January 7, 2015
Morehead City-based Dank Burrito and Raleigh-based Bam Pow Chow and STUFT were among the 10 food trucks from across the nation that made it to the final round in Mobile Cuisine’s contest for food trucks or carts that opened in the first 11 months in 2014.
Posted by Virginia Bridges on January 5, 2015
Triangle residents filled a downtown Raleigh bar Monday night to continue the discussion on the benefits and challenges surrounding Airbnb, an Internet service that connects travelers with people willing to rent out rooms in private residences.
Posted on December 16, 2014
Raleigh-based food truck Not Just Icing was named the 2014 Mobile Cuisine Dessert Food Truck of the Year.