Entrepreneurs find mentorship, education in Launch Chapel Hill accelerator program
By Natalie Yerger, freelance reporter
Over the last decade, the Triangle has become a bustling epicenter for startups.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University and Duke University each have well-respected entrepreneurship programs, and areas of Durham and Raleigh that were once blighted are now home to co-working spaces such as HQ Raleigh, WeWork and American Underground.
While many graduates only return for homecoming or a brief stroll down Franklin Street, there are plenty of people who call Chapel Hill their permanent home and the town continues to paint a robust picture for its guests and citizens alike. It’s not just a backdrop to the university; Chapel Hill is “open for business” and has become a breeding ground for companies in a variety of sectors.Read More