RALEIGH – JouleBug, founded by Triangle-based serial entrepreneur Grant Williard, was acquired by Carimus, an organization with two headquarters in Raleigh and Boulder, Colorado. Carimus merged with Everest agency in Raleigh three years ago JouleBug has created a mobile application that uses gamification techniques to improve the health and well-being
Almost a year after the first case of COVID-19 was reported, test-and-trace remains the best way to control the pandemic, as vaccine approval and access will take time to reach entire populations. Avani singh who holds a master’s degree in public policy from Stanford University was working remotely as a
Sheamus MacDonald virtually received the Mitacs Global Impact Entrepreneur Award A local entrepreneur received a prestigious award. Sheamus MacDonald received the Mitacs Global Impact Entrepreneur Award. His Dartmouth-based start-up, Sedna Technologies, has launched a high-tech mobile system that aims to reduce seafood waste by tracking catches through all aspects of
Grammy-winning rapper and serial entrepreneur Chamillionaire lent his name and funds to Siena Sauce, the gourmet condiment company founded by 16-year-old Tyla-Simone Crayton. The origins of Crayton’s, which now offers three sauces (Hot, Spicy and Lemon-Peppery) began when she was only 8 years old, creating the Tangy flavor for mimic
Andrew Thompson, or how he is known by his professional name, Andrew Fashion, is nothing special. An entrepreneur since college, Andrew had a knack for the business world. He dropped out of high school before he was 18 and within a year of becoming a multimillionaire. The year is 2005.
Dakota Stormer studied chemical engineering at the University of Texas at Austin and energy and climate policy at Johns Hopkins University. As global warming is a growing concern and many are trying to slow it down, a new app from a Houston entrepreneur aims to help people do just that.
It’s frustrating to wait in a room for hours to get a few reports or make an appointment with a doctor. It can also be difficult to quickly recover specific reports or prescriptions from files that have been hidden. When it comes to the elderly, it can be even more
This tech entrepreneur explains how he kept his business afloat with a little patience and good timing. Grow your business, Not your inbox Stay informed and sign up for our daily newsletter now! June 19, 2019 2 minutes to read Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. In this
When Sr. Judy Zhu arrived at Duke two years ago as a sophomore transfer student, she had no idea she would start a business. Her new startup, a “spontaneous meal” app called Walla, grew out of those early days when she wasn’t so immersed in the campus social scene. “One