There’s another new co-working space opening in West Knoxville, and it is planning an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. December 18. The new facility is named CoWorking Knoxville, and it is located at 342 Troy Circle Southwest. To register, click here.
Bunker Labs Knoxville is hosting a holiday reception from 5:3o to 7:30 p.m. December 19 at K-Town Tavern, 320 North Peters Road. It is the organization’s monthly meet-up for December. To register, click here.
I usually read Axios for political news, but the DC-based electronic media publication also covers business. In this recent post, Axios spotlights Ohio and a strategy to boost venture capital that is probably familiar to many of our readers. What’s different? “In Ohio, venture capital investors in three cities are taking a different
I thought things were supposed to slowdown around the holidays. That’s certainly not the case today. This edition of teknovation.biz has a number of articles that would be features on most days. They are, in order: (1) coverage of the Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council’s annual “Opportunities in Energy” forum; (2)
The latest edition of the Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council’s (TAEBC) annual “Opportunities in Energy” forum covered a range of topics over the course of about three and one-half hours. Held last Thursday afternoon in Knoxville, the Verizon-sponsored event featured presentations on “5G and the Future of Energy,” “Supercomputing Partnerships,”
Less than 13 months before he retires from the U.S. Senate, Tennessee’s Senior Senator was in Oak Ridge Friday singing the praises of the region, noting the significant growth in research funding that benefits the area, and continuing to promote the “Oak Ridge Corridor” brand. The occasion was the annual
It’s been several years since we posted an update on Sing and Spell, the pre-school phonics education offering from Knoxville-based Children’s Media Studio (CMS). That silence changed in a big way with a recent email from CMS President and Content Director Cathy Vangieri who wrote, “Our first TV show episode
Leaders in the city that has become a national model for mid-sized Innovation Districts have just released a new vision and roadmap for health and wellness innovation. In a lengthy article this past weekend in the Chattanooga Times Free Press, some details of the plan to establish a world-class Health
Workforce development efforts in the greater Knoxville region received a big boost Friday. Governor Bill Lee was in Knox and Blount Counties on Friday to celebrate recipients of three of the awards under the “Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education” (GIVE) program that prioritizes learning opportunities in rural counties and enhances
Life Science Tennessee’s Knoxville Holiday Party is set for tomorrow night (December 10) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Alliance Brewing Company, 1130 Sevier Avenue. To register, click here.