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Innovators Report: Trends in Entrepreneurship

As part of our mission to enable and promote high-growth, high-impact companies, CED is releasing the first of its semi-annual publications tracking the state of entrepreneurship in North Carolina. This report covers statewide activity during Q1 and Q2 of 2013.To view the reports and collaborative partners, click here.

 

Starting Something: The State of the Entrepreneurial Economy of North Carolina, 1992-2011

 This report aggregates data from 1,823 high-growth companies founded in North Carolina since 1992 and shows these companies created 40,560 jobs.  Of these firms, 397 have attracted $7.7 billion in private capital, raised from more than 600 funds, since 1997.

This report is the first to provide a comprehensive look at the role these privately held companies contribute to the overall economy.  The study shows that the North Carolina entrepreneurial sector creates jobs that stay in the state.  The sector attracts large amounts of diversified capital investment and exhibits unusually stable growth patterns, even during major economic swings. 

Presented by CED president Joan Siefert Rose at the CED Annual Meeting on January 25, 2012, the report highlights the Research Triangle as a hotbed of meaningful entrepreneurial activity. 

View the presentation as a PDF. You can also read the narrative of the presentation

Read the official CED Press Release summarizing the findings of the report. 

Member of the media? Contact Miriam Wilson with any inquiries or interview requests.

 

Resources


For CED Members
 
CED Services Directory -- use to locate local services, from Accounting to Printing to Design to Legal.

Startup Resources -- use to learn even more about CED, locate entrepreneurial support organizations and employment resources.

CED Venture Mentoring Service: Matching entrepreneurs with skilled, experienced professionals for ongoing mentoring. Scale your venture and create concrete actions plans - starting today. 

Need feedback on your investor pitch? Consider PitchScrub, a way to help entrepreneurs receive early feedback from actual investors about their pitch.

These are just a few ways to become involved in CED.  Please contact Jane Royall for questions about membership and how to engage in CED.
 
 
For General Public

See the latest CED News and review our press releases.

Want regular updates? Join our newsletter, Entrelinks. We send it on Tuesday mornings, and it's full of programs, the latest news from CED Members, and important announcements from CED. You can join at this webpage.
 
Or, visit the CED Start Something Blog, and subscribe for regular updates. We highlight member news and regional events and updates. Bringing you the best from the Triangle!

Are you a job-seeker interested in working in the Triangle? Here's an at-a-glance guide to your job-search.
 
Want more information about CED? If you're interested in becoming a member, get in touch with Jane Royall.
 
Member of the press seeking more information about CED or our member entrepreneurs? Contact Ann Revell-Pechar.

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