The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED), the largest and longest-running entrepreneurial network in the nation, has announced its 2017-2018 Board of Directors. Justin Nifong, co-founder of NK Patent Law, is one of the newly appointed directors working to support CED’s mission to propel emerging North Carolina companies into highly successful businesses.
In a previous interview for CED’s Entrelinks newsletter, Nifong said, “Simply put, we’ve been involved with CED long enough to witness first hand that CED is an accelerator and economic engine for the entrepreneurial community. NK Patent Law has been longtime champions of CED’s contributions to the entrepreneurial community, which fosters and develops an innovative atmosphere in the region. By providing support to existing companies and attracting new growth, CED plays a key role in making the Triangle one of the leading innovation centers of the country.”
To read the full announcement on CED’s website click here >> http://cednc.org/about/ced-newsfeed/council-for-entrepreneurial-development-ced-welcomes-21-new-directors-to-ced