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CED Highlighted in Recent Publications
As the nation’s largest and longest-running network for entrepreneurs, Council for Entrepreneurial Development (“CED”) continues to experience success around the Research Triangle region and throughout North Carolina. The organization was recently featured in the following news articles:
- In her debut as a Forbes contributing writer, CED President Joan Siefert Rose published “What You Can Learn From Entrepreneurs”. The article discusses the successes and failures of entrepreneurs in Raleigh-Durham, as well as Joan’s experience since joining CED.
- In The News & Observer’s October 24th article, “Triangle Companies Increasingly Seek Out-of-State Investors”, writer David Ranii highlights CED’s attempts to help local companies find funding from investors. Rose is quoted as saying, “I think it really does speak to the depth of the local community, the companies, the local companies, the support network.”
Cherry Bekaert is a proud strategic partner and member of CED and has been an active participant on the organization’s Board for many years.