Two Tennessee start-ups selected for next month’s Venture Atlanta conference
Two Tennessee start-ups are among 85 southeastern-based companies selected for next month’s “Venture Atlanta” conference that is expected to draw at least 1,200 entrepreneurs, investors and students.
The two are:
- Preteckt, a Memphis-based software company that offers cloud-based vehicle prognostics powered by artificial intelligence to support all fleet vehicle types; and
- Rootnote, a Nashville-based technology start-up founded by brothers Jason and Jeremy Burchard that is empowering the creator economy with smarter, more actionable data.
While the event runs over parts of four days, the main program for the public is October 19 and 20. The full schedule can be found here.