Money the federal government invests in the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) program is generating a substantial economic and financial return, according to a new study by the W. E. Upjohn Institute. The study of FY2017 data showed a 14.5 to 1 financial return for the $128 million invested by the federal government. The Tennessee MEP is part of the University of Tennessee’s Center for Industrial Services.
"A Conversation with Knoxville's Inc. 5000 Companies"
- The Square Room, 4 Market Square, Knoxville
- Jan 28 2020
KTech Design Thinking "Lunch and Learn"
- JIAMS, UT Research Park @ Cherokee Farm
- Jan 29 2020
Startup TriCities "BIG Announcement"
- Spark Plaza, 404 South Roan Street, Johnson City
- Jan 30 2020
“SBIR/STTR Technology & Commercialization Forum”
- ORAU Pollard Technology Conference Center, 210 Badger Avenue, Oak Ridge
- Feb 18 2020
Bunker Brews Knoxville Monthly Meet-up
- Barley’s Taproom, 200 East Jackson Avenue, Knoxville
- Feb 20 2020