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Triad Startup Lab

(Greensboro, NC) –

Triad Startup Lab is excited to announce 11 new participants in its Spring 2016 session.

The selections reflect the diversity of our community and include both startups and early stage businesses. Joel Bennett, the Triad Startup Lab Program Director says, “We train entrepreneurs with new tools and techniques they need to take advantage of emerging business opportunities and new trends in product development and marketing. We engage expert service providers who provide hands-on collaborations with our startups and connect them to local resources and mentors. More than 40 startup companies have participated in Triad Startup Lab in the last two years.“

The Spring 2016 class includes:

• Altrergo (Manufacturing), Will Holt
• Arts Carolina (Manufacturing), Karen Niemczyk
Catalant (Internet/Tech), Jonathan Woahn
• Encepheal Therapeutics (Healthcare), Aaron Lazarus
• Downtown Food Market (Food and Beverage), Dan Curry
• fluffmonger (Manufacturing), Jenny Maj
• The Furled Angler (Manufacturing), Paul Phillips
• Hops and Nuts (Food and Beverage), Melissa Wallace
• Home Helpers (Healthcare), Tyler Hmiel
• SUDS Waterless (Service), Larry Long
• Well Groomed Data (Internet/Tech), Paul Blaser

If you would like to get more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with Joel Bennett please call 336-327-1186 or email



About Triad Startup Lab
During the 10-week program, startups, early stage and mid-market companies receive formal training, management assistance, and access to capital sources through networking, workshops, mentorship, coaching, and innovative educational tools. Triad Startup Lab was launched in 2014 by the Greensboro Partnership Entrepreneur Connection and is funded by the City of Greensboro. Interested companies can learn more and submit an application at

About the Greensboro Partnership
The Greensboro Partnership is the principal economic and community development organization in Greensboro, North Carolina. Through the work of its four business units – Action Greensboro, Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development, and Entrepreneur Connection – the Partnership works to develop a vibrant community that creates, expands, and attracts business while advancing the quality of life for all. For more information on the mission of the Greensboro Partnership, visit

Written by Joel Bennett

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