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Big Idea 2018

Applications now being accepted for “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch”

Details for the 2018 edition of Knoxville’s “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch” have been announced. The weekend-long business start-up event is being held a little later this year. In the past several years, it was held in late January or early to mid-February. The 2018 edition will be April 13-15. “What’s the Big Idea” is a long-time activity sponsored

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Big Idea 2018

Applications now being accepted for “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch”

Details for the 2018 edition of Knoxville’s “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch” have been announced. The weekend-long business start-up event is being held a little later this year. In the past several years, it was held in late January or early to mid-February. The 2018 edition will be April 13-15. “What’s the Big Idea” is a long-time activity sponsored

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Big Idea 2018

Applications now being accepted for “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch”

Details for the 2018 edition of Knoxville’s “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch” have been announced. The weekend-long business start-up event is being held a little later this year. In the past several years, it was held in late January or early to mid-February. The 2018 edition will be April 13-15. “What’s the Big Idea” is a long-time activity sponsored

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Big Idea 2018

Applications now being accepted for “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch”

Details for the 2018 edition of Knoxville’s “What’s the Big Idea 48-Hour Launch” have been announced. The weekend-long business start-up READ »

Startup Accelerator

More start-up accelerators announced

Several announcements of new start-ups accelerators over the last several weeks. Wisconsin-based Gener8tor is expanding its free program for early stage READ »

Forbes-tekno

This fun and short quiz helps determine if you have what it takes

Do you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Read this article, then take the quiz that it READ »

Startup Blink

Startup Blink ranks 938 cities around the globe on their ecosystems

An organization named Startup Blink ranks the strength of start-up ecosystems in 938 cities around the globe. We were curious READ »

Ira Weiss

Ira Weiss serves as a member of two statewide mentor programs

By Tom Ballard, Chief Alliance Officer, PYA What goes around comes around, at least in the case of one of READ »

FitSmallBusiness

Study ranks Georgia tops for female entrepreneurs

What’s the state that is viewed as most receptive to female entrepreneurs? According to Fit Small Business, it’s Georgia followed READ »

Forbes-tekno

Here are five types of people whose opinions you should seek

Wonder what types of individuals you might contact to get their thoughts on an idea you have or a solution READ »

Innovation that Matters

“Innovation that Matters” report examines three nearby cities

Three nearby cities were among 25 that were examined in the 2017 edition of the “Innovation that Matters” report. They READ »

IACMI 2

PART 2: John Hopkins discusses IACMI’s “good progress” at halfway point

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the final article in a two-part series that is the result of a recent interview with READ »

Mixtroz

Mixtroz featured tonight on “Rooster & Butch” cable show

Tonight’s the night. At 10 p.m. EST/9 p.m. CST, Nashville area start-up Mixtroz will be featutred on an episode of “Rooster READ »

Innov865 Investror Series

Inaugural “Innov865 Investor Series” forum next Tuesday

It’s less than a week until the inaugural event in the “Innov865 Investor Series” in Knoxville. The discussion is set READ »

CB Insights

Top 20 reasons for start-up failure haven’t changed since 2014 posting

Why do start-ups fail? It’s a question about which many people have answers. Entrepreneur recently published this article, based on a study READ »

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