Tennessee is well stocked with colleges and universities from one end of the state to the other, and all of them are hotbeds of innovation and ideas. However, too often those ideas don’t get the exposure they deserve, because students are busy with the demands of their academic programs to consider bringing their work to […]
For decades, technology has been both the boon and bane of the music industry. Advances in recording mediums, from 8-track to cassette to CD, have kept listeners engaged and buying. But the MP3 and ongoing online evolution have posed challenges to the industry, and at this past June’s 36|86 conference Nashville Music Row vets Joe […]
Nashville, Tenn., May 26, 2016 – Launch Tennessee (LaunchTN) announced today the winners of the Statewide University Venture Challenge. Following a submission process, LaunchTN has selected four winners out of applications submitted by the winners of university partner competitions. The goal of the Statewide University Venture Challenge is to create a more connected entrepreneurial community […]
Dreamers and Doers is a community of over 3,000 high-achieving, entrepreneurial, women which encompasses a diverse mix of female founders of venture-backed companies, women in senior roles at startups, and other female change-makers/influencers. Ashley Doyal is one of those Dreamers and Doers. She’s the co-founder of recruitHER, a women-owned, full-service agency committed to connecting technology […]
The old real estate maxim, “location, location, location” is certainly true for entrepreneurs in Northeast Tennessee. Opportunities abound, and AccelNow works to ensure those investors, educators and others in the ecosystem all have a way to seamlessly connect. “We are the regional accelerator for the area, and our main interest is to create a dynamic […]
If you are an entrepreneur in Tennessee, the most important step you can take is the first one – get started. Here are some frequently asked questions about how – and why – you should get connected to Tennessee’s network of regional accelerators.