VNC is here highlighting sessions tied to capital and scale-up. 36|86 also has many other valuable elements.
[Updated] The best thinking at EC & JSF led to killing their cohort accelerators. Should we care?
More than 40 speakers, panelists, startup pitchers at several venues.
The 3rd cohort has apparently been finely sifted in an effort to ensure success is baked-in.
No Cohort 2 planned for now, but ICG keeps all innovation options on table.
The year-round program for developing innovative companies could advance, once again.
[Updated] Chad Marcum begins to reveal details of his team, model, strategy and roll-out plans.
[updated] Former InQuicker CEO sees traditional '100-day' assessment.
A cohort of healthcare startups will visit each city and ultimately peer-rate investment winners.
[Updated] The EC also seeks an Entrepreneur in Residence for the PH initiative.
Presentations augur well for latest Project Music cohort.
[Updated] In alliance with Code2040, Kauffman Foundation and others, the EC pushes forward.
[updated] TN's pro-entrepreneurship legislation, a $4MM JourneyPure raise, and more.
Year-round push involves Google for Entrepreneurs and Village Capital.
[Updated] Seven cohort companies include 3 U.S.-based, including a Tennessee startup.
CEO may have wisdom or scars to share with members of PM's 2nd cohort.
The EC team is rewarded with added responsibilities.
[updated 10:21a] Belmont students keeping moving toward launch, with deep advisory bench.
[updated McBee promoted] Perhaps it is Fate that lends a hand in figuratively connecting Pandoland and 36:86
Cobb, Clabaugh brought ideas and energy to the Nashville Entrepreneur Center.
Tremendous energy last night down at the Entrepreneur Center, with more to come.
[Updated] With plans to cue-up Seed money, the Entrepreneur Center heavies-up its Music-industry offerings.
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