CED


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CED

abbr.
Committee for Economic Development
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Each year, the CED Tech Venture Conference attracts North Carolina's most innovative technology startups from cities across the state.
The following interviewees, four of whom are CED Members, share their insights in the series:
Brooks is an invaluable member of our board," says CED president Joan Siefert Rose.
Allis first visited CED as a part of his campus visit to UNC to ensure his work as a student entrepreneur would be supported in the community.
WHO: Joan Siefert Rose, president, CED Dhruv Patel, program director, CED
The strong showing of entrepreneurial companies is a sign that the economy is trending up," said Joan Siefert Rose, president of CED.
The strength of CED comes from our terrific business Trustees with their varied backgrounds and focus on advocating for policy in the nation's interest.
CED Venture 2011 is April 27-28, 2011, at the Raleigh Convention Center.
We look forward to helping mobilize more business champions across the country in an effort to increase the understanding and awareness of the voluntary, state-led Common Core State Standards and how it will help all students succeed in college or vocational endeavors," said Steve Odland, CEO of CED.
CED is currently accepting applications from early stage technology companies interested in participating in the CED Venture 2011 Demo Room.
CED VMS is scheduled to begin in February and is free of charge to entrepreneurs.
For two decades, CED has honored business leaders and academics who seek to strengthen the fabric into which society and business is interwoven," said Steve Odland, Chief Executive Officer of CED.