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As bill-filing deadlines loom, bills that shape TN economy, startups, entrepreneurial momentum are in prospect.
Education champion + entrepreneur is raising Seed capital, mapping growth
HealthIT startup winds-down, VC tags talent for Nashville, Angels raising, and more.
Helping meet tech-talent demand in Nashville beyond, while extending VU brand are among primary goals.
HealthStream has been minority stakeholder since 2013.
Entrepreneur Jeff Brown works long hours, but loves expanding the Mid-TN ecosystem.
Former BioMimetic Therapeutics executives at center of new initiatives.
Gov. Bill Haslam delivers his State of the State Address this evening.
Startup near-term to add Mandarin, Spanish, Arabic and support for English-speakers abroad.
[updated] 2016 rocks with appealing events statewide.
[updated] Founder John Wark's NSS aims to make juniors who are the future talent Nashville needs.
[updated] Digital Nashville again operationally dormant. Latest chief was selected 11/14.
Within this scientific work are pain-points that could spawn inventions, innovations and startups.
Intern to US Rep. Jim Cooper, Ensworth grad is dedicated to gifting platform for social good and profit.
Pitches with social enterprise at their hearts will be made Thursday at free event.
Seeking to anchor Music in the education agenda, the industry has business issues, as well.
Global ambitions? Nashville Entrepreneur Center advances Vision 2020 Capital Campaign
VTC We've proven we can attract cool companies. How do get them to stay?
VTC Teams arriving for array of Memphis accelerators.
American Sentinel veteran takes the helm in Music City.
Continuing-education content monetization is the mission for this startup.
[Updated] 17 competitions on 10 Tennessee campuses are admitted.
[updated] TN's pro-entrepreneurship legislation, a $4MM JourneyPure raise, and more.
[updated] Entrepreneur says he knows his limits, wants assistive-device mission to succeed.
VTC Raising capital to support deploying TORCH router, as sector entrants multiply.
Nearly 50 Metro students applied for the new program, which is in pilot.
With 3686 ahead, new University and Researcher programs, weaker capital ecosystem and more
Updates on investors, startups and ideas with ties to our region.
[updated] CEO McQuigg has had quite a journey. Now, he sees a global opportunity.
Updated No matter where you are in Tennessee, you'll want to consider many of these.
VTC A Series B raise and full market entry are in prospect in 2016.
[updated] Veteran entrepreneur and exec educator proves his story has wheels.
[Updated] Who knows, such relatively stealthy encounters may be underway, daily.
Kecia Ray says she is the first e.Republic exec dedicated entirely to CDE advancement.
[Updated with IDS sale] California Corrections confirms major edtech contract for early-stage company.
[Update] In 3rd outing, CEO focuses on technology for enterprises that 'don't go out of business'.
Presenting in 36|86 next month, startup targets TN, then TX and beyond.
Initially targeting health systems, startup is advised by Harpeth Capital.
National and State workforce- and innovation-oriented initiatives link TN cities.
The small NTC must weigh carefully its forays into State and Federal policy-shaping.
Student engagement for colleges and universities is the focal-point of this startup.
Education content and assessment are hot segments that Ingram seems to eye.
NTC may get a head of steam following its annual Awards confab.
Serial entrepreneur Joe Maxwell among those enthusiastic about new FinTech focus.
[updated] 20-year-old entrepreneur surrounded by quite a roster of investors, advisors
President and dozens of Griffin employees commit to deep involvement at high school
ISTS is not likely to sell, but CSD is open to entrepreneurial partnership or stake sale
Programming, international outreach, finances are among the metrics CEO watches.
John Ingram asks the founder of AOL about ways to 'disrupt' politics-as-usual.
The calendar's chock-a-block, but there'll be room for this one
Fate of business, education and innovation campus project remains uncertain.
[updated] Smart money and a long-standing interest in matching natural ability and career paths produce an edventure.
Former IBM Canada prez says VU's 'institutional will' gives him confidence
Dean Patrick Raines considers options in wake of popular leader.
Long-rumored 'for sale', ENA and CEO of 10 years open new chapter
A Virginian and a Chicagoan set up shop in Nashville to pursue their ed-tech startup
IDEAS begins with straight talk from the VU campus about Nashville's IT challenges and opportunities
Helping doc's pick the right genetic tests is the mission of this Web-based marketplace
Dortch Oldham Jr. is one of the mainstays of a stealthy coalition that seeks to create a focalpoint for creative entrepreneurism
Music, healthcare, online education and investment banking are the focal-points for these fellows
HealthTeacher suddenly looks pretty 'cool and aspirational' as it drives to improve youth health
[updated] A former Franklin corporate executive hopes to turn her investment-management savvy into a boon for the impoverished
Jacobs' latest, TripRaiser traction, Delegator does it all, Pfeffer's sage advice, touching base with Applied Health and more here.
Lots of stuff bubbling-up from Genera, Skoodat, Satz (at left), plus the Cable and Broadcast folks, and more.
After a Dutch-owned firm snaps-up Knoxville startup's technology, the venture team is reloading
EMMA.. HMS Tech hire.. Lodge helps for-profits ..Noro and Chrysalis announce staffing ..PerfectServe ..IMI Health and more..
None are ready to call 'the turn', but local Tech execs believe they've seen the first signs of spring in the economy
The Great Recession has forced students and Vanderbilt University, alike, to adjust to economic realities and job fears
New 12-story tower will crown Nashville Convention Center. That's Crow Holdings' Bill Winsor at left.
Online startup previously won $1.2MM from friends and family to marry kids, music and education
If advanced degrees and the tenacity of two athletes can make a difference, this could be the year
Nashville Angels and TNInvestco winner among targets of much-touted Nooga startup
While a Cleveland, Ohio, project's been rocked by controversy, 1.5 million sq. ft. facility still seems a "go" for Downtown Nashville
HealthStream seems ready to use its cash to innovate or acquire products, buy companies and sell more aggressively alongside its partners
Entrepreneur says local tech community has 'a lot to prove', before access to venture capital improves
Updates on 20-firm TNInvestco roster, TBA board members, Healthways' strategic hire, Bill Frist, Entrepreneurs deadline, StartupWeekend, Universal Robotics, Barcamp
A long-standing friendship, economic pressure and the vagaries of family business are among factors cited in the sale.
Departing exec says she sought 'sense of urgency', while interim chairman says he hopes TBA will find 'someone like Leslie' to help group become 'more relevant'
The Vanderbilt School of Engineering and VU's Owen GMS' Entrepreneurship Center are spawning a new generation of Nashville-based entrepreneurs
A youthful executive from a business-oriented nonprofit benefits from Owen's partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Management
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...
Local Angel net and Mercury Labs shoulder high-profile assignments for the state's tech-driven economic development leader
Competitive pressures, increased awareness and a sluggish job market for college graduates are among factors driving '5th Year' option
A supposed transformation of education, plus sustained support from key moneymen seem to have given ALS staying-power
The leader of this Franklin firm has made executive changes that could improve the odds of success for this unprecedented mid-TN venture
Even with $600MM, Pharos confronts investors' expectations and portfolio-companies' ripple-down challenges
While critics sound off and Biotech targets General Assembly, an economy-shaping executive keeps pushing education and innovations