Rural Resources

Creative Communities Partner

Rural Resources, a 20+ year old community-based non-profit organization located on a Greene County farm, will engage 16-20 teenagers–who qualify for free and reduced lunch–in farm and food entrepreneurship.  Our goal is to equip these young people with the tools they need to raise themselves and their families out of poverty through developing and launching a business.

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Atlanta-Based Tech and Startup Publication Hypepotamus Expands to Tennessee

Written by Muriel Vega, Associate Editor at Hypepotamus   Hypepotamus, the leading startup- and technology-focused news publication in the Southeast, started as a community resource. Born in the basement of a historic building in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, next to top university Georgia Tech, Hypepotamus was created to fill … read more

Why Nashville, Why Now

Written by Heath Butler, Managing Partner of Gestalt Growth Advisors   Being an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart. You put your financial future on the line for a venture that – let’s be honest – is more likely to fail than succeed. Overnight, you become the new kid … read more