Scot Wingo, a Raleigh Research Triangle entrepreneur himself, has released his fourth annual “Triangle Tweener” list, which again includes MacGregor Partners. So, what is a “tweener” and what is this list?
Scot’s list includes Raleigh, North Carolina based startups that have matured into what he has aptly dubbed “tweener” status. This status is awarded to technology organizations headquartered in the triangle that are above $1mm in sales, yet below a mature level of $80mm in sales. In his words, “Think of Triangle tweeners as the ‘Goldilocks’ companies of Raleigh – Not too small, but not too large. These are our future breakouts, big fundraisers, acquisition targets, and (fingers crossed) IPOs.”
Scot personally curates this list with the intention of putting local technology startups on the map for investors, potential acquisition, and creating a medium for the Raleigh technology start-up community to network and share its collective success and learnings.
The 2019 list contains roughly 150 startups from the Research Triangle region of Raleigh, North Carolina.
MacGregor’s President, Jason Ziegler, has this to say about MacGregor’s continued presence on the list, “We are honored to be recognized as an up and coming technology firm in Raleigh’s Research Triangle and excited to be a part of the ecosystem that Scot and others have established for technology firms in the Raleigh area. Congratulations to all the tweeners and a personal thank you to Scot for curating this list and for the fantastic private event at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.”
Link to Scot’s full tweener list: https://medium.com/@scotwingo/2019-triangle-tweener-list-fea731fc6b5c
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