EPIcenter

Memphis, TN

EPIcenter
Address
20 S. Dudley St. Memphis, TN 38103

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Contact

Leslie Smith
Director
901-866-1400
leslie@epimemphis.com

Eric Mathews
901-213-7795
eric@neverstop.co

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Target Industries

  • Healthcare/Healthcare IT
  • Information Technology
  • Logistics
  • Medical Devices
  • B2B

Programs Offered

  • Mentorship
  • Access to Capital
  • Office Space
  • Networking
  • Workshops
  • Entrepreneurship events
  • Cohort based acceleration
  • Rolling acceleration

The Entrepreneurship-Powered Innovation Center (EPIcenter) is a collaborative and community-wide strategic initiative helping entrepreneurs conceive, launch and scale businesses in the Memphis region.

EPIcenter coordinates resources from various organizations such as accelerators, incubators, mentors, investors, networking programs and technical assistance programs for entrepreneurs. EPIcenter represents the complete picture of the region’s entrepreneurial activity and resources in high-growth, scalable startups and businesses. EPIcenter’s goal is to create 500 companies and 1,000 entrepreneurs by 2024, through four areas of support: Idea Creation, Development, Funding and Growth.

Accelerator Areas:

By The Numbers

74

Jobs Created (in 2013)

$2.8 million

Capital Raised (in 2013)

Blog

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