Well, we decided to post some additional news that we hope will be of use to our self-isolating readers on a Saturday morning. It’s the second Saturday in a row for this special edition. Hope you are safe and healthy.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: We contacted several of the angel and venture investors in the region to get their thoughts on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting their activities and their portfolio companies. The first article in the series reflected the thoughts of Ken Woody, President and Partner at Innova Memphis (click here). Today,
Ackermann Marketing & PR hosted a webinar on Thursday that featured a panel of Knoxville business executives discussing how they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists included Mike Turner, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), and President of Turner Homes; George Ewart, Principal of George Ewart Architect;
The team at The LITE House in Athens sent this opportunity to those who are on its distribution list. The “Hello Alice” organization, established by some major corporations and foundations, is offering $10,000 grants immediately available to small business owners impacted by coronavirus.
Nashville’s iFundWomen and LaunchTN Chief Operating Officer Van Tucker will host an interactive workshop to learn how to pivot a business, spot unique opportunities, and think creatively about the future of a business model during the COVID-19 crisis. The event – registration link here – is set for 11 a.m.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: We contacted several of the angel and venture investors in the region to get their thoughts on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting their activities and their portfolio companies. We start the series with the first response which was provided by Ken Woody, President and Partner at Innova
The virtual meeting technology developed by Lunchpool, the start-up that we have previously spotlighted on teknovation.biz, was on display yesterday at a fundraising “luncheon” to benefit The Muse Knoxville. Originally scheduled as a traditional luncheon, the format had to be changed. More than 80 individuals participated in the virtually-delivered event
Is your exit strategy from your start-up by way of being acquired? If so, the author of this article has some useful advice. “In the early stages of your start-up, your potential acquirers should be treated like your potential customers. You want to know their needs, expectations, challenges, plans, options
Looking for ways to stay busy and use your time for the greatest long-term benefit? Entrepreneur magazine has a list of 10 skills you can consider mastering while isolated. Click here for the list.
As we approach the end of close to three weeks of “safe distancing” and working remotely, we have found that our favorite resource for teknovation.biz is Zoom. Like others no doubt, we wondered about its heritage, so here’s the answer if you are interested.