USA Today article spotlights start-up efforts in Tennessee and the South

USA Today-teknoUSA Today misspelled the name of the company that won this year’s “Village 36 Pitch Competition,” but there was a great article in Tuesday’s edition under the headline “For businesses, life is rosier in the South.” It even quotes Launch Tennessee’s Charlie Brock and Platt Boys of Chattanooga’s Branch Technology. Click here to read it.

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