[Updated] Entrepreneurial, startup and capital events and activities around Tennessee.
Birmingham among alternatives, as some Women, Blacks and other minorities report struggling for traction.
Mayor Briley maker-manufacturer initiatives, capital raises aplenty and more.
CEO sees IPO likely outcome for new platform company, ETA elites to gather in Nashville.
HealthIT startup winds-down, VC tags talent for Nashville, Angels raising, and more.
Teaming with ORNL + Innovation Crossroads, power producer looks tech targets, maybe some surprises.
Those who knew this Nashville new-era software entrepreneur will gather this weekend.
Bootstrapper likes idea of strategic partner or investor with sector savvy -- maybe KeepTruckin?
Franklin entrepreneur says eventual IPO is only exit option he's focused on, given global demand for ID assurance.
Two solid hits reinforce Nashville economic status.
New $20MM Angel fund, Shore Capital hoists flag higher in Nashville, and more.
Startup charts path for Seed, Series A and customer acquisition in healthcare and perhaps beyond.
Founders with Nashville stripes and strategic partners vow to leverage ties for innovation, growth.
Healthcare accelerator pact among Company Lab, Erlanger, Unum
leverages Chattanooga's broad innovation impulse
Months and years of ecosystem development might help make Chattanooga an 'overnight' entrepreneurial success.
Co-founders see sector receptive to Cloud-linked technology and sensitive to search and review costs.
Exits may be ahead for Brentwood-Tullahoma firm seeking stakes in early-stage coastal targets, but at Nashville valuations.
Waller attorney leads prospective not-for-profit advocacy group through private 'summit' at ECD.
Another batch of entrepreneurial and investment movers, shakers and TBDs.
Meharry Medical College Data Science Institute to impact
health policy, talent pipeline, clinical standards
Years of work have prepared Meharry researchers to play influential role by drawing data from Nashville General Hospital.
A sobering report from Brookings Institution researchers inevitably shows there's work yet to be done.