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Eli Global Founder Greg Lindberg Supports UNC Research on Vaccine Issues

The UNC School of Medicine announced a $50,000 donation to support research that may help determine the best time to inform parents about the value of vaccinating children. Greg Lindberg, the Chairman and Founder of Eli Global, is providing the necessary resources to advance current knowledge on this critical issue. “Investing in this important research […]

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Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma Receives $50,000 Grant from Eli Global Founder Greg Lindberg

The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma announced today a $50,000 donation from Greg Lindberg, founder and CEO of Eli Global, a privately-owned federation of independent companies operating in 15 different sectors worldwide. The donation will enable the Food Bank to purchase an additional 250,000 pounds of fresh produce. Fresh food is necessary to maintain […]

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Eli Global Founder Greg Lindberg Supports Food Bank’s Summer Nutrition Program

RALEIGH, NC (March 13, 2018 ) $50,000 Donation Will be the First of Many – The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina announced today it has received a donation of $50,000 from Greg Lindberg, founder and CEO of Eli Global, a privately owned federation of independent companies operating in 15 different sectors worldwide. […]

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UDX settles all claims with University Directories

DURHAM, NC (January 30, 2018) – UDX, an entity affiliated with Eli Global, has reach a settlement that resolves all claims with the estates of University Directories and related businesses. The settlement enabled UDX to fully recover the amount invested, as well as expenses and interest. UDX was the senior secured creditor of University Directories […]

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Durham Entrepreneur and Founder of Eli Global Pledges Support for Scholarships at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Greg Lindberg, founder of Eli Global, an investment firm that partners with entrepreneurs to create long-term growth in their companies, will serve as a Signature Sponsor of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation (NCLBCF) for the next five years. In North Carolina, students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are experiencing disproportionate hardship […]

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