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Innovation growth draws innovation-centric pro's -- VNC poll provides hint of incubent advisor standings.
Chicago-bred Project Music grad may find Series A dough outside Nashville.
Healthcare IT, solutions and consulting provider has apparently passed a revenue milestone.
18-year-old trade group updates its governing roster.
Incubator management plans to keep potential businesses on-pace for development, commercialization.
CEO Baxter: MEDarchon is tracked by potential suitors outside Nashville.
Entrepreneur and investor seems Nashville momentum growing, despite traffic and other concerns.
Converging activities could raise Nashville profile on global blockchain map.
Persistence drives continued evolution for Seed-oriented group amid Series A crunch.
Expanded quarters and event space could raise nonprofit NTC's community profile.
Expresses confidence stage is set for constructive engagement about insurance exchanges and more.
70 techies have completed coding studies via Nashville's newest training entrant.
[Updated] Blockchain initiatives now said to be expanding in Nashville.
[updated] Digital Nashville again operationally dormant. Latest chief was selected 11/14.
More than a dozen nuggets from around the state.
Healthcare entrepreneur believes status quo may be no more 'impregnable' than storied city's walls.
Sponsored by BTC, publisher of Distributed Magazine, unprecedented event addresses lawyers' needs.
Maxwell, Bailey comment on technologies' interrelationship ahead of Oct. 3 event
Resolute Capital's Fund IV, HCA CEO to speak, new LaunchTN SBIR-STTR writing grants and more.
John Bass, CEO of HCA's InVivoLink, has joined the Blockchain expedition.
[Updated] The EC also seeks an Entrepreneur in Residence for the PH initiative.
[Updated with recruiter] The nonprofit announced Huddleston's September departure this morning.
[updated] Health:Further, Ingram, Case, McWhorter, DART Music and DATAFlyte raises, SeedHatchlings and more.
Stuart McWhorter: Community service a kind of moral obligation
Fresh-faced startups, veterans of industry convene in Music City May 18-19.
American Sentinel veteran takes the helm in Music City.
Chairman/CEO says company can be in Top 10 ranks nationally by EOY16.
Center for Medical Interoperability begins ramping-up its architectural and assessment work.
[Sale updated] Entrepreneur says youth need to develop 'hunger' to accomplish goals.
[updated] TN's pro-entrepreneurship legislation, a $4MM JourneyPure raise, and more.
[updated] Raises by SertintyONE, Lincor, MedPass and others updated here.
The local shortage of computer science, other engineering talent oft-cited, while recruiters swarm.
[updated] Advocates believe Healthcare could be linchpin in new cyberindustrial role for Nashville.
[updated] Prepared for change, EC CEO has already sketched-out 2016 strategy.
CEO McQuigg has had quite a journey. Now, he sees a global opportunity.
[updated] Startup greenlighted with patient capital, golden Roladexes.
[Updated] Refurbished laws strengthen companies, spur professionals, build State repute.
[updated] Even terrorism and immigration issues may affect performance monitoring.
[updated] Fledgling SFO VC and angel ties could be put to work in Tennessee.
Healthcare analytics player follows $5MM raise with a smaller, possible bridge move.
[updated] 12-year-old interactive marketing and software company gets new chief.
Seed to B-round scenario begins to emerge, with pharmacogenetic testing a driver.
Growth prospects are TBD, but there's be an old hand locally at the tiller.
Three leaders' separate comments illuminate a common thread of concern.
[updated Series B] CEO sees 'land-rush' underway in healthcare data for pain-care management.
Techie-oriented nonprofit rolls-out its second mixer in the past ten months.
[updated] Unprecedented C-level Software industry event set for March 16, 2016.
Here's the up-to-date listing of presenting companies.
[updated] Moving cautiously, CEO Bryan Huddleston preps for increased NTC influence.
Kecia Ray says she is the first e.Republic exec dedicated entirely to CDE advancement.
Deadline July 10 - St. Louis accelerator ramps-up for Fall Cohort.
[Update] In 3rd outing, CEO focuses on technology for enterprises that 'don't go out of business'.
[Updated] David Condra and investors bide their time, to catch the wave they see building.
Initially targeting health systems, startup is advised by Harpeth Capital.
Steve Case, Jim Lackey, Sal Novin, Marc Guthrie, PE gig -- and the late Dave Chapman.
We take a pause to contemplate the event-driven fun that lies ahead.
[Updated] Veteran Nashville search entrepreneur said to be among new owners.
Co-founder says Seed money seems more likely to come for the Coast.
Exec sees new digs, job growth, sales - plus cultural + media challenges.
[updated] This immunization data-collection startup is being accelerated via a university alliance.
[updated] Suitors queued, this compliance and insights specialist considers tapping the private market.
National and State workforce- and innovation-oriented initiatives link TN cities.
David Trainer says distortions in financial reporting are often overlooked, to investors' detriment.
[updated] Though relo'd from Nashville to Portland, CEO keeps eye on Nashville.
Round Two pilot of a tech startup competition could be just beginning of League of Cities effort.
[updated] Smithwick says early market penetration signals 'time to step on the gas'.
ADDED Speaker - An unprecedented program designed to illuminate opportunities.
The small NTC must weigh carefully its forays into State and Federal policy-shaping.
[updated] Accelerator grad moving toward an inflection point, and Healthbox tweaks its model.
[updated] Litigation, uncertainty over INCITE funding, turnover and more.
NTC may get a head of steam following its annual Awards confab.
With Blackstone and Goldman Sachs aboard, entrepreneur sees further expansion locally.
The question remains whether the Change Agents' enthusiasm is contagious.
Veteran executive gains helm of company seeking strong growth.
[Updated 5 March] This entrant to the red-hot sector is banking on rapid B2B growth.
Veteran of the Nashville HIT, software and entrepreneurial scenes joins boutique.
Other cities may want Ziiio app, and startup's VU license sets stage for entry into healthcare
[Update recap] This company may be just hitting its stride, and 2015 could see strategic moves.
[Updated] Private equity firm with $200MM capital managed, seeks to increase its opportunities
One of the pioneers in broadband, VOIP and other services changes hands
[updated] Board named. Nashville's role with a transformative Tech-standards player
[updated] Protecting personal health information resident in electronic medical records is startup's timely focus.
Partners plan to invest mainly human capital in promising startups
DRS's passage via the New York City Fintech accelerator was apparently right step.
'Massive' growth opportunities projected in its core business, plus product and concierge-unit gains.
[Yes is answer] Might JSF become a single-vertical startup accelerator? TN HiMSS unveils new program identity.
VTC CCE director brings lessons learned from his own startups, adjusted for the academic setting.
President and dozens of Griffin employees commit to deep involvement at high school
Nonprofit seeks passionate leader for sponsored civic, professional programs
New Jersey-based engagement and loyalty company says Healthcare may become its sole focus.
Entrepreneurial Nashville physician, a strategic advisor and a startup CTO rally Seed investors
Despite deep financial experience, CEO has taken deliberate steps to ensure startup success
[updated] Dan Hogan earned his stripes in healthcare delivery, aims to win stars in predictive analytics
Programming, international outreach, finances are among the metrics CEO watches.
Kemp Dolliver says ties to developing nations' companies are important
Capital raise considered, and a fifth venture may tackle custom IT talent development
[updated] Sal Novin suggests recruiting hyper-talented individuals takes authenticity, not slogans
John Ingram asks the founder of AOL about ways to 'disrupt' politics-as-usual.
Eric Dobson plans to recapitalize, scale-up the Angel network born in Music City
The votes are in for the 2013 NTC Awards!
Vanderbilt University Medical Center teams with West Institute and business-process outsourcer
Former IBM Canada prez says VU's 'institutional will' gives him confidence
[update 15 May 2015] Hal Andrews new CEO. A company drawn here by the healthcare magnet gets a new leader.
A well-connected management team has savvy onboard.
[Updated 24 July 2014] Entrepreneurial venture apparently ceased operations.
The real test may be a $10MM capital round not so far away.
Brentwood sister company is among allies for Oak Ridge-linked startup
Warriors suit-up to place special operations personnel in crucial business roles
Veteran chief information officer now 'champion' for IT advance
A true startup leader, investment pros and others are aboard for the continuing relaunch
Tech-driven civics venture could mean high-growth jobs for Tennessee, or not
[Updated] Agilum, fka Anthem Health Intelligence, updated its $5.5MM capital raise.
[Confirmed] Dalcon now sports a gathering of Tech eagles.
Franklin-based mobile-app leader announces control sale to firm created by Army veteran
There are other shoes to drop at Care Technology, but today's is a good start
Fred Goad, Eric Satz, Beth Seigenthaler: entrepreneurs older and newer are hard at-work
There are some new faces among the 'usual suspects' applying at INCITE Fund
[EMIDS update Dec. 5, 2013] Maybe it's time to focus on something more than our reported shortage of coders
The Cyber-industrial complex creates a foothold in Music City, as cyber risks proliferate
A little realism about the burdens and advantages of IPO go a long way at decision time
Initiative aims to draw Angels, techies and job-openings from across state and region
[updated] Two Vanderbilt grads prepare to raise more capital for their crash-notification system
An alliance with HCA leads to Nashville presence for this ambitious San Antonio company
IDEAS begins with straight talk from the VU campus about Nashville's IT challenges and opportunities
If VC's embrace this startup, there could soon be 100 new tech-centric jobs in Music City
The woman who has seen health IT through several decades of dramatic change is taking retirement
Long-time allies go to the well once more for one of their many healthcare businesses.
Award-winning Blanz brings added depth to Atiba's user-experience portfolio
[Updated] Martin Companies leads round, Boston-based CEO says startup is getting traction
Former NotifyMD joins a major player in the
This Massachusetts fund is partial to Internet plays and other technologies.
A time-tested business model and transplanted tech talent bode well for this startup
An entrepreneur and sometime Angel eases into the Web-media acquisitions mode
UPDATE Andrews move on to revenue-cycle venture, leaving Healthbox behind.
HCA's business-solutions unit is diversifying and names successor to retiring president
There are more Angels among us that most of us realize; one of his holdings is preparing for a C Round
Gleanings from Tennessee media touching upon life-sciences issues and opportunities
Streamweaver 'stealth' no more...Unconference events... ECD budget comments... much more in this regional roundup
Startup Tennessee gets operations staff, a tech exec volunteers in Uganda, $ for GOBA and more
Milestone events, capital raises, a whiskey resurrected, and local venture news recapped.
A well-traveled transplant shares her mission and her views of Nashville potential as crossroads
Alliance push to help protect and commercialize intellectual property could become a global movement
Dortch Oldham Jr. is one of the mainstays of a stealthy coalition that seeks to create a focalpoint for creative entrepreneurism
Executive transitions, capital raises, alliances and innovations.
A veteran healthcare entrepreneur takes another stride toward scaling-up his venture.
McWhorter shepherds EC, JumpStarters wait verdict, a rash of local SEC filings, Collins rides an IPO and more
[CEO departure] Sixth CEO brings national perspective, oversees an NTC on shifting economic, educational and professional terrain.
Strategic allies will include marketing, PR and healthcare strategy firms, among others
HealthTeacher suddenly looks pretty 'cool and aspirational' as it drives to improve youth health
Five ventures are updated, some raising millions, others bootstrapping, none waiting for others to make it real.
No one's surprised to see Fetherling back in venture garb; he earlier invested in Jason Moore's startup
A Brailer exec joins regional VC, Nutraceuticals' Grindstaff, Investor Days ahead for incubators, Amazon thing gets awkward and more
Speaker Harwell's tech agenda.. Schulz on ECD strategy.. new TN tech jobs.. Chattanooga Ventures.. Dream CS, DigiChart and more..
Leveraging personal networks, two entrepreneurs look for things bigger companies should sell.
McWhorter's team will field up to a dozen startups per year, once the season begins
Nashvillian lured by later-stage social-commerce company in the Austin tech hub
Legislators make an energy-tech 'grab', plus venture events and training and more statewide.
In this PDF file, 11-year-old Franklin-based Digital Reasoning Systems
announced a patent award
for natural language processing
Law firm broadens its already sizeable footprint, plants flag in dealing with early-stage ventures
2011 could see profitability for this Nashville telemedicine startup, which gathers luminaries
Nick Holland of CentreSource says approaches by bidders caused him to look at his firm with fresh eyes
TTDC chief to Gov. Haslam, IP, Claritas, incubators, Angels, Louisville innovation, HiMSS-TN descends on Orlando and more
Boston-based Blair Heavey says profits are likely in 2012; meanwhile, he's creating alliances and raising awareness
One of Tennessee's pioneering VC's will remain focused on 'realizations' in 2011, while mulling raising another fund
For Calendar Year 2010, here are VentureNashville's twenty-five most-opened offerings.
A TechCrunch editor says Tennessee entrepreneurs don't need Silicon Valley's 'approval' to launch important companies
Educator, consultant and serial entrepreneur is determined to demonstrate EC value quickly, to win further support
Veteran recruiters in life sciences, engineering and telecom have started their own consultancies in Franklin.
None are ready to call 'the turn', but local Tech execs believe they've seen the first signs of spring in the economy
For more than a decade, this e-signature innovator has found champions amid adversity
[updated] ICA's strategic alliances may have put this VU spin-out in good position in the race for EHR market share
Headhunters dispatched to find executives to breathe further life into Chancellor Zeppos vision of unity
Local executive recruiter gets high-profile challenge to secure leader for major trade association serving half the Fortune 100
From reminding patients of meds and signaling for homehealth help, to recording oral histories and health data, this startup aims to become your parents' next big screen
Energy and ideas abound among a sample of Nashville healthcare, investment and technology executives rounded-up in just the past few days
Nashville-based data, network and services provider names Brugman and England to top posts.
Developers may think they're only toiling in obscurity, but they may well be under the observant eye of local VCs and Angels
Vanderbilt pharma program inches cautiously toward tech transfer, while key faculty member keeps firm hand on the tiller
[updated] HealthStream co-founder's latest technology play aims to awaken sleeping value in medical niche
Hopes fired, worst fears confirmed in latest iteration of the art form known as venture panels
UR has a tight grip on its Vanderbilt technology license, as it prepares to go to market, globally
'Disruptive' is still a magic word, and this innovator aims to give advertising a sharp tweak
Last night's awards bash at the Schermerhorn drew nearly 400, but NTC CEO says it's a launch to build upon
Entrepreneur says local tech community has 'a lot to prove', before access to venture capital improves
PE-backed HMS acquires technology from undisclosed company, aims to leverage Stimulus funding for further momentum
Though their faith in the future may vary, retained executive-search professionals are investing energy in Bio and related fields.
A long-standing friendship, economic pressure and the vagaries of family business are among factors cited in the sale.
This progressive digital-media community aims to do well, by doing good, it seems, and it has a couple thousand members to prove it.
A company with a timely mission gains a veteran of Nashville healthcare ventures, as the nation's focus on cancer intensifies
New leader says NTC will undertake a strategic review of its mission and programs, later this summer
Digital Reasoning, tech transfer, Metro development, Innotec, nTelagent, Memphis venture forum, ICA, M&A, bankruptcies and more...
[updated] Bracing for 'intense shakeout' and scouting for talent, company now counts HCA, Lifepoint among its clients, playing the upside among distressed properties
Hospitals looking for greater revenue as elected procedures drop are helping propell health-portal revenue
Native daughter turns drive and contacts into a series of healthcare-oriented ventures
One local tech CEO eschews outside capital and credit, and takes another step in building his company's talent base
HCA, Waller Lansden execs among the platoon hoping to flush-out prospects with info about Nashville's relo popularity
North Carolina deal-flow prospector says his firm is focusing more attention on Music City
StarVest is looking for local deal flow for its new $250MM fund, while IRON's CEO is campaigning to grow in Nashville
A supposed transformation of education, plus sustained support from key moneymen seem to have given ALS staying-power
No cold feet at Emma, as company embraces higher-touch services and continues growing its workforce in Davidson County
Atlanta interim C-level staffing and consulting firm is entering Nashville and Knoxville, leveraging its Chattanooga presence
Beyond intensive concern about the U.S. economy and healthcare insurance, IT execs seem ready to attempt to manage their ways toward Recovery
Sailing into fierce economic headwinds, this Nashville-based consultant says it's time for denizens of the C-level to give up their secrets
Citing confidence in the face of economy, veteran Nashville technology executive entrusts reins to long-time Nashville executive
Veteran healthcare leader and venture-capitalist joins youthful advocates for a fresh, and aggressive look at health care reform
This private-equity funded Brentwood firm aims to make healthcare organizations transparent for management teams under pressure for quality and performance
With data center threatened by Wolf Creek dam and passage of time, State must make third attempt to clarify requirements for would-be bidders
Former United Airlines technology executive had opted for simpler, but challenging life after 9/11
Farris Warfield Kanaday gave a 27-year-old lawyer some running room in the late Nineties, and he used it to launch NTC
UPDATED Oct. 8, 2008 - TSU Academic chief reassigned
He'll keep his hand in deal flow, but now he's jazzed about finding talent to reinforce venture-backed companies or breathe life into technology players
3401 West End has become something of an enclave of VU innovation. It's home to Informatics Corporation of America (ICA), a spin-out company VU hopes will help revolutionize clinical care.
Based out of Nashville, Frank Grant works overtime to stay on top of the healthcare industry's needs and his own company's initiatives
UPDATED 11:55 AM - Turnover casts in doubt leadership roles in two of the state's most prominent technology organizations.
Digital Nashville initiative believes it can make a difference in breeding community for folks in interactive media, streaming, design, other fields.
This Nashville tech venture finds direct engagement with customers and straight talk are the best ways to address 'Flat World' realities and grow a business.
Now, after selling its first FDA-approved product to a close ally, BioMimetic is flush with cash and experience -- and committed to developing biotechnologies in Middle Tennessee.
For nearly five years, News of Nashville Technology has served the expanding local science and technology community. Publication resumes in April.