Brody-Waite plans to leave the decade-old entrepreneurship center.
Particularly if you're trying to grow a business that's not in Healthcare or Music, you may need to hear this -- again.
27 short takes on Venture developments statewide, from robots and healthcare, to hair dye and video security.
With access to funds that have total $50MM AUM, XMi believes it can complete 1-2 deals per year.
[updated] Former XMi executive holds minority stake, in wake of entrepreneur Shmerling's peel-off.
A healthcare disrupter's latest move, Accelerators updates and much more.
Response to Brookings Institution researchers will require deep knowledge.
CEO has fresh powder for growing leasing biz, while still helping fund or drive startups.
As INCITE comes to halt, we take at look at the ground that's been covered.
Vic Gatto and Marcus Whitney are creating an important fund, and exit accelerator universe.
State-backed programs like TNInvestco 'have a place', but capital complaints seem exaggerated.
Experience, expertise and continuity seem reflected in selections.
XMi unit is sector agnostic, but expects to see plenty of healthcare.
[Updated 15 June 2015] With nearly 40 investors aboard, Shmerling's Angel network gains traction.
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
[UPDATED] A newly created healthcare fund gives the nod to a Nashville startup, plus updates from XMi, Shareable Ink and more
Another 'complaining' serial entrepreneur is having trouble retiring, as one venture happily leads to another
Four business leaders formed the core of group that picked the NEC's inaugural board
A serial entrepreneur continues to embrace Nashville, even tho its investors are 'too damn nice'
[Updated] With the VC filing deadline just 13 days away, one administrator of the state's new capital-formation program is impressed with the calibre of prospective fund managers
The annual Accelerator endurance and innovation test produces much food for thought.
With an eye toward the long haul, and against a backdrop of economic crisis, Co-Chairs Frist and Shmerling (L-R) release Entrepreneur Project recommendations
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