Cary, NC, August 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Cary Innovation Center (http://caryinnovationcenter.org), a local organization dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs by offering professional mentoring and business education programs, has announced that ten new companies have joined its membership roster. These new members include: InXpress, Dog Park, Atlarge Graphic Signs and Printing, Shelten Media, LLC, Cary Citizen, Daniels Hand Law and Impact Meetings and Events, LLC.
InXpress is an international express shipping firm that caters to small businesses. Led by Joe Bennett, the company has been a member of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce since 2011.
Atlarge Graphic Signs and Printing specializes in printing, signage and promotional materials. Led by Al Calderone, this company serves small-to -medium sized businesses and local colleges. For more information, visit http://atlargegraphics.com/ourcompany.htm.
Shelten Media, LLC is a social media firm headed by Shelli Dallacqua specializing in designing, launching and maintaining companies’ social media presence on the web. For more information, visit http://www.sheltenmedia.com/.
Cary Citizen is an online publication covering Cary news, sports, community, arts, and business run by Hal Goodtree. For more information, visit http://www.carycitizen.com.
Daniels Hand Law, founded by attorney Kara Daniels Hand, is a concierge law firm specializing in areas of residential real estate, simple wills and trusts, contracts, and corporation formation. For more information, visit http://www.danielshandlaw.orbs.com/.
Impact Meetings and Events, LLC is an event planning company directed by Ingrid Jones. Impact Meetings and Events creates and manages Conferences and seminars. For more information, visit http://www.impactmeetingsandevents.com.
“These new companies are run by some of the most promising entrepreneurs in the Triangle,” said Bill Warner, executive director of the Cary Innovation Center. “The Cary Innovation Center is very proud to have them as members, and we cannot wait to see their growth and impact on the community.”
About Cary Innovation Center:
The Cary Innovation Center is dedicated to supporting local entrepreneurs by fostering collaboration and offering business education and mentoring programs. Its “Six Steps to Success” program guides startup companies through ideation, conceptualization, creation, evaluation, preparation and commercialization in order to take their business idea to fruition. This disciplined approach, designed to optimize time while minimizing the potential cost of failure, greatly improves a business’ chance of long-term success. The Cary Innovation Center is led by Bill Warner, Executive Director of EntreDot and Brad Lienhart, Director of Operation of EntreDot, and their team of seasoned professionals with years of experience in business leadership. The Cary Innovation Center is located at 201 W. Chatham St., Suite 204 in Cary, N.C. For more information, visit http://www.caryinnovationcenter.org.
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