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The Tennessee Small Business Development Center and The Company Lab in Chattanooga are joining together to launch an eight-session series designed to expose new, high-growth start-ups and existing small business owners to successful local and regional entrepreneurs.
April 27 is the deadline to apply for a new University of Tennessee at Chattanooga free program that aims to teach military veterans how to start a successful business.
J. Wayne Cropp has devoted the past almost six years to heading The Enterprise Center (EC), an organization responsible for leading the City of Chattanooga’s and Hamilton County’s technology-based economic development initiatives. In a recent interview with teknovation.biz, the President and Chief Executive Officer reviewed EC’s evolution in a community
Chattanooga’s Company Lab is hosting a pitch night at 6 p.m. March 19 in preparation for a “48-hour Launch” scheduled for the end of the month.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: John Wilson of “Gig City” is encouraging entrepreneurs and students from the Innovation Valley to consider applying for this summer’s programs.) Imagine living in a city with the nation’s fastest city-wide Internet – one gigabit per second to anywhere in the city, whether the location is a business
David Croslin, CEO of Innovate the Future, has been selected to be the keynote speaker at the fifth annual Technology Transfer Conference on April 19 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Holder of 25 patents, Croslin was Chief Technologist at Hewlett-Packard and Chief Product Architect at Verizon/MCI. He has reviewed thousands
Tennessee will host the Southern Growth Policies Board’s (SGPB) “Chairman’s Conference” for the first time in years when the two-day event begins June 25 in Chattanooga. This year’s event, hosted by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, marks 40 years since SGPB was launched by the region’s governors. “This spring, by way
The Chattanooga Times Free Press has an article on Mandi Merciers, the new communications director of the Chattanooga Technology Council.
Six local innovators have been selected to pitch their ideas at this Thursday’s Will This Float? event, a celebration of the creative and entrepreneurial spirit of Chattanooga hosted by The Company Lab.
Chattanooga’s emerging “Gig City” initiative is designed to bring three big elements together: the Internet, investors and ideas.