A Northern Alabama start-up that has customers in Chattanooga and Knoxville for its kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi and vinegar has secured a $50,000 loan to quadruple the size of its kitchen, The loan will be good for customers in our region, but it also shows the value of a public-private partnership focused on helping non-traditional start-ups. Read about Harvest Roots and the fund here.
East Tennessee Economic Council "After Hours"
- Ts117, 701 Scarboro Road, Oak Ridge
- Apr 24 2019
Webinar of DoD SBIR and STTR Program
- Apr 25 2019
"All American Makers" Knoxville Edition
- Pellissippi State Community College’s Hardin Valley Campus
- May 02 2019
Startup Tri-Cities "Pitches and Pints"
- VENUE at the King’s Centre, Johnson City
- May 09 2019
Tennessee Valley Corridor National Summit
- UT Chattanooga
- May 29 2019