Backed/advised by key players, firm hits quick first close, attracts Kleiner Perkins veteran Deshpande
As bill-filing deadlines loom, bills that shape TN economy, startups, entrepreneurial momentum are in prospect.
For private company boards, no substitute for 'people you can trust' who care about your success.
Nov. 9, 2018 event could set fresh precedent for VU-Owen outreach to Greater Nashville community.
Another Ingram wades into entrepreneurial pool, preserving a bit of legacy.
Nashville Entrepreneur Center's third chief seems opportunity to 'leapfrog' some other cities.
[updated] 2016 rocks with appealing events statewide.
No Cohort 2 planned for now, but ICG keeps all innovation options on table.
Racing toward the future, Nashville and TN innovators and businesses must be prepared.
[updated] Former InQuicker CEO sees traditional '100-day' assessment.
Updated / YouScience learned a lot in the early going, now aspires to gain traction in Enterprise.
Global ambitions? Nashville Entrepreneur Center advances Vision 2020 Capital Campaign
[updated] Health:Further, Ingram, Case, McWhorter, DART Music and DATAFlyte raises, SeedHatchlings and more.
Three-year-old company sees mainstream publishing industry with fresh eyes.
President and COO Sam Lingo will also be Acting CEO.
[Updated] Seven cohort companies include 3 U.S.-based, including a Tennessee startup.
The EC team is rewarded with added responsibilities.
With EC as primary Kauffman liaison, EC and others will spur local entrepreneurial innovation.
Experience, expertise and continuity seem reflected in selections.
Three leaders' separate comments illuminate a common thread of concern.
Entrepreneur Center collaborates with publishing group to enter new accelerator vertical
All program offerings are to be subjected to diligence befitting the next EC phase.
Exec sees new digs, job growth, sales - plus cultural + media challenges.
The son of the EC's founding chairman, Clayton McWhorter, takes the helm.
Education content and assessment are hot segments that Ingram seems to eye.
John Ingram asks the founder of AOL about ways to 'disrupt' politics-as-usual.
[updated] Smart money and a long-standing interest in matching natural ability and career paths produce an edventure.
Five local worthies (including Hal Cato at left) will be honored by Chamber and Entrepreneur Center for achievements
More luminaries are getting onboard the Entrepreneur Ecosystem bandwagon, this time rolling-out a proven startup breeding concept
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