September headliners, part II: What's happening across NC – WRAL TechWire

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by Shannon Cuthrell — September 5, 2022
Here’s our exclusive wrapup of upcoming events happening across North Carolina through the end of September. Included are the latest meetups, conferences, workshops, application deadlines and networking events happening in Asheville, Charlotte, the Triad, Wilmington and other parts of the state.
Many events will be held in person, as some organizers are returning to live events. Others will be held virtually and are noted as such.
If you’d like to submit an event for WRAL TechWire’s statewide events calendar, feel free to reach out here.
Hosted by the North Carolina Military Business Center, this training event will focus on identifying federal websites used by government agencies to advertise opportunities for goods/services and procurement forecasts.
Every Wednesday morning, entrepreneurs in the Lake Norman area join to present their companies to mentors, advisers, and other startups. Join to meet new people and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs.
Held every week, 1 Million Cups Charlotte features a presentation from a local startup followed by a Q&A from the community.
Hosted by Business High Point – Chamber of Commerce, the inaugural Thrive High Point Summit will convene local entrepreneurs and business leaders for a day of innovation sessions, an award luncheon and a networking event.
Asheville’s startup community meets weekly to hear pitches from local founders and network with peers, investors and business leaders.
This weekly event brings together entrepreneurs in the Wilmington and Cape Fear community to gather for coffee, casual startup pitches and conversation.
NC TECH will host a summer networking event for the business community in Charlotte. Registration is free for both NC TECH members and non-members.
NC A&T University’s Department of Agribusiness, Applied Economics and Agriscience Education will host a three-day conference exploring emerging soil, air and water technologies for small-scale farms.
Join this virtual session to learn more about the SBIR/STTR R&D funding programs and intellectual property resources from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
This two-day conference in Winston-Salem will include educational breakout sessions, an expo featuring 75 startups and investment firms, a pitch event and plenty of networking.
This free monthly interactive webinar provides participants with an overview of NC TECH’s activities, resources and member offerings.
Asheville Entrepreneurship Week is back for the first time since 2019. The week-long event will showcase Western North Carolina’s startup ecosystem, accomplishments and more.
Davidson College’s Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will host a week-long series of pop-up booths, sessions, networking and other programming centered around entrepreneurship.
Venture Asheville’s Corporate Entrepreneurship Series will feature executives from major corporations discussing models, tools and frameworks for innovation and sustainable growth.
Every Wednesday morning, entrepreneurs in the Lake Norman area join to present their companies to mentors, advisers, and other startups. Join to meet new people and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs.
Held every week, 1 Million Cups Charlotte features a presentation from a local startup followed by a Q&A from the community.
In this monthly event, entrepreneurs local to Robeson County will present their products/services to peers and network with the startup community.
Every month, a handful of Charlotte-area companies headline PitchBreakfast, pitching their products and services for five minutes, after which they will answer questions from the audience and a panel of entrepreneurs and experts. This month’s event will feature four companies from the RevTech Labs Accelerator.
Asheville’s startup community meets weekly to hear pitches from local founders and network with peers, investors and business leaders.
This weekly event brings together entrepreneurs in the Wilmington and Cape Fear community to gather for coffee, casual startup pitches and conversation.
NC Biotech’s Flash Grant program provides up to $20,000 for short, tightly-focused research projects into high-potential technologies. Cycle 1 is open to sustainability-focused projects in life sciences sectors.
Every Wednesday morning, entrepreneurs in the Lake Norman area join to present their companies to mentors, advisers, and other startups. Join to meet new people and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs.
Held every week, 1 Million Cups Charlotte features a presentation from a local startup followed by a Q&A from the community.
Asheville’s startup community meets weekly to hear pitches from local founders and network with peers, investors and business leaders.
This weekly event brings together entrepreneurs in the Wilmington and Cape Fear community to gather for coffee, casual startup pitches and conversation.
Ahead of the Fall Virtual Tech Job Expo on Oct. 5., NC TECH will host an online tour of the Premier Virtual platform so employers and job seekers can organize their profiles and prepare to make new connections at the event.
Held in New Bern this year, NC TECH’s Summit for Women in Tech will bring together women tech and business leaders from across the state to celebrate the year’s accomplishments and work towards future goals.
This full-day event will convene stakeholders in Charlotte’s startup ecosystem to come up with solutions around four challenges: access to early-stage capital, racial equity in innovation, enterprise participation and the talent pipeline.
The Winston-Salem Minority Business Enterprise Grant provides up to $25,000 to support Black and Latinx-owned small businesses in Forsyth County. Businesses with up to 25 full-time employees and under $1 million in gross annual sales are eligible.
In this virtual event, E4 Carolinas will host a discussion with experts on the long-term impacts of the Ukraine war on the energy industry.
At this free event, entrepreneurs in the Hendersonville area will present their ideas and get guidance, feedback and support from the audience.
RevTech Labs’ Health Innovation Summit is back this year, bringing together industry leaders, entrepreneurs and health systems to discuss the latest trends in the future of health.
Every Wednesday morning, entrepreneurs in the Lake Norman area join to present their companies to mentors, advisers, and other startups. Join to meet new people and collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs.
Held every week, 1 Million Cups Charlotte features a presentation from a local startup followed by a Q&A from the community.
synerG’s annual Lead Your City summit returns this fall, bringing together young professionals in the Piedmont Triad area to grow their leadership skills and build their networks.
Asheville’s startup community meets weekly to hear pitches from local founders and network with peers, investors and business leaders.
This weekly event brings together entrepreneurs in the Wilmington and Cape Fear community to gather for coffee, casual startup pitches and conversation.
The Network for Entrepreneurs in Wilmington’s next event will feature a discussion with Stanfield Gray of DIG SOUTH and Dave Mendez of Good Growth Capital on Charleston’s startup ecosystem and economy.
NC IDEA’s ECOSYSTEM grant program provides up to $100,000 for nonprofit and for-profit organizations that are using innovative methods to boost North Carolina’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, particularly for under-served founders.
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