Cecilia Gomez sells fresh cotton candy at only a buck a pop, right from the back of a vintage jeep.
Toys ‘R’ Us just opened 80 temporary stores across the country in an aggressive play for the holiday toy shopper.
Didn’t he know that New York, Boston, and the Valley were the places to be?
The logic goes like this: Having startups to invest in nearby makes it easier for both parties to interact, get guidance, brainstorm, etc.
This may come as a surprise to folks in Raleigh, Durham and especially for companies in Research Triangle Park, but Chapel Hill has eclipsed its larger rivals by becoming one of the best startup cities in the nation.
This summer, KiosKiosk will be offering a small kiosk space to start ups selling ceramics, art, fashion and other creative products.
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