All hail the startup hustle at NOEW 2016, which starts today in New Orleans.
Tips for Twitter from Startup Southerner's social media maestro
The new-and-improved NC Life Sciences Forum was abuzz with discussions about venture philanthropy.
A FinTech accelerator launches in Little Rock, but its tradition of disrupting the financial tech sector goes back to the 1960s.
Yay for Memphis Meats, but this Startup Southerner wants to know why they took their biotech innovation to Silicon Valley.
Launchpeer CEO Jake Hare shares nine of his favorite absolutely free tools that will change the way your startup does business.
From Africa to Louisville, Kentucky, this entrepreneur sought to find a better, faster, more sustainable way to deliver food.
Year-long initiative focuses on solving Louisiana's water problems through entrepreneurship.
Jim Roberts recaps the who and why of the 2016 CED Life Sciences Conference.
A candid conversation about diversity in the region's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Check out Startup Southerner's guide to coding bootcamps in the South.
New Memphis accelerator program supports startups in distribution and logistics.
Fifth-generation peanut farmer Pat Rogers saw a need for sharing information in his profession.
The Maker Movement continues to grow, both nationally and in Nashville. A handy guide to the maker spaces.
As Make Nashville plans its new makerspace, they hope to awaken the maker spirit in all of us.
Shipt's Bill Smith first created a retail delivery service. Then, he listened to his customers.
Big Data comes to Indianapolis for the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine.
Using what he learned the hard way, Quinton Crawford helps startups avoid financial failure.
Funding to North Carolina entrepreneurs increased 122 percent in 2015.
For you, your company and your team, ask yourself these questions.
What Ayumi Fukuda Bennett learned in coding bootcamp that has nothing to do with code.
Trust is the key to startup success, according to Front Door's Samantha Fong
Ayumi Fukuda Bennett takes Startup Southerner through the EC's idea accelerator.
Accepting applications for next cohort until Feb. 26
What do young girls and entrepreneurs have in common? A lot, according to the Girls to the Moon Valentine's Day workshop we attended.
Hear about Ahima's experience at Nashville Software School's evening coding class.
Why a basic understanding of coding can benefit any startup founder.
Offerings for entrepreneurs at the University of Florida.
Courtney Newman of SPARC discusses the role these benefits play in recruiting and retaining team members.
Social media basics for startups.
Robots are stealing our jobs! Or are they? A look at automation's effect on NC economy, including startups.
Brand ambassadors paid on commission help this Mississippi startup stage a nationwide launch.