WRAL TechWire’s Triangle Startup Guide’s expanding lineup includes more resources, a new Clubhouse series

WRAL TechWire Triangle Startup Guide

WRAL TechWire’s exclusive Triangle Startup Guide is a free, comprehensive resource package for local entrepreneurs.

WRAL TechWire’s exclusive Triangle Startup Guide is continually growing with new resources for local startups. Whether you’re looking for VC or angel funding, local coworking spaces or free networking events, the Triangle Startup Guide has all the resources you need to take your venture to the next level.

Every week, we add new resources to keep content fresh and relevant. Today’s update features new additions to the COVID-19 Resources section and Free Events and Meetups section of the guide:


  • We added a line for this resource page from the City of Raleigh’s Office of Economic Development and Innovation, which covers small business safety guidelines, updates on eased restrictions, funding, webinars on COVID-19 topics, and more information.
  • We added an update to include last week’s executive order by NC Gov. Roy Cooper to lift some occupancy restrictions and gathering limits.


We added a listing for the new Raleigh-Durham Startups Clubhouse, a twice-monthly series featuring the stories of local entrepreneurs. Jessica Mitsch of Momentum Learning and Adam Klein of American Underground decided to launch a regular Clubhouse series after seeing high levels of interest at last month’s Steve Case/Revolution Clubhouse.

Raleigh-Durham Startups Clubhouse

Sessions, held on Fridays at 12 p.m., will feature a Triangle-area entrepreneur sharing how they launched and scaled their startup, as well as a featured resource and two pitches from local startups.

The first event is set for April 16 from 12-1 p.m. It will include a discussion with Pendo Co-Founder Eric Boduch and pitches from Tiny Earth Toys Founder Rachael Classi and YAP! Founder Zainab Baloch.

Thanks to WRAL TechWire’s Shannon Cuthrell for this Capcom story & graphic.

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