MomSource Network, which just completed LaunchTN’s “The TENN” master accelerator, joins fellow Knoxville-based Smart RIA and Chattanooga’s Collider as representatives from the east. In addition, one of the North Carolina companies – Cathedral Leasing – was founded in Knoxville by Doug Speight before he relocated to his home state.
We have spotlighted each of the companies in previous articles on teknovation.biz. You can read about Courtney Jones’ MomSource Network here, Smart RIA that was founded by Roger Kiger here, Collider here, and Cathedral Leasing here.
Fourteen of the 36 companies selected call Tennessee home with Nashville have the most – 10. In all, eight states and the District of Columbia are represented.
Click here to see the full list. The conference runs June 4 through 7 in Nashville.