September 16, 2015 ‒ Raleigh, NC ‒ Entigral is pleased to announce that its President and CEO, Mark Self, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED). CED provides education, mentoring and capital formation resources to new and existing high-growth companies and entrepreneurs. Entigral has been an active member of CED for several years and is pleased to continue its support through active engagement on the Board.
“As a high-growth early stage company, Entigral has benefited from the many resources and networking opportunities offered by CED. I am excited about the opportunity to give back to CED through counsel for their educational and outreach efforts,” said Mr. Self. CED’s Board helps determine CED’s service and program priorities and ensures resources are in place to allow CED to continue to help entrepreneurs to succeed.
Today, CED concluded its Tech Venture Conference held at the Raleigh Convention Center. North Carolina’s Regional Internet of Things organization, NC RIoT, also participated in this event to showcase local Internet of Things (IoT) products. Entigral’s TraxWare® software platform was highlighted at the NC Riot conference. In addition, at the conference, Booth Kalmbach, Entigral’s CTO, participated in a panel discussion on The Nuts & Bolts of the IoT.
“Participating in local entrepreneurial organizations such as CED and NC RIoT will continue to support Entigral’s growth efforts in this evolving Internet of Things space,” Mr. Self concluded.