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Amish Shah, a local entrepreneur who founded high-growth tech recruiting firm Millennium Search, wants to give Charlotte tech and media startups an “unfair advantage” – mainly access to top-tier investors who can take them from seed to Series A funding, and beyond.
Navy pilot is planning aviation camps for kids at Monroe Airport and Concord Airport; sad news about a former Matthews baker.
Here’s a look at some happenings in the Charlotte entrepreneurial scene.
Clarence Boston, who previously owned three mortuary companies in North Carolina, including the Cremation Society of Charlotte, has bought the Statesville Road building that once housed the A.L. Jinwright Funeral Service.
Two experts in leadership and company culture share tips on how business owners and CEOs can improve their relationships with customers and employees during the Vistage All City meeting in Charlotte.
Local foods at the new Whole Foods Market in Huntersville: Tavern Cheese Spread by Tega Cay’s Steve Connelly, and Queen of Oats granola and breakfast cookies by Kelli Swick of Cornelius.
Small-business owners have their fair share of issues they need to stay on top of. These days they can add three more to the list.
Set the day after Black Friday, this year’s Small Business Saturday on Nov. 29 will, like always, feature locally owned shops, vendors and restaurants offering special incentives to draw customers.
Amy Stein, owner of x9 Real Time Events in Mooresville, will help two foundations host 16 breast cancer patients at the NASCAR Nationwide Series 300 Miles of Courage race on Friday.
A Charlotte couple opens a gluten-free cafe, the 7th Street Public Market reaches full capacity, and two local companies make the list of finalists in a small-business contest involving Martha Stewart.