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The LaunchTN board has approved the search committee's recommendation. Stanton Chase managed recruiting.
[updated] Build Back Better funding via EDA for ventures, biomaking, cyber and more could lift Nashville region's lifesciences ecosystem.
UPDATED A similar previous national CEO search drew nearly 900 applicants. Results may be known by the beginning of CY22.
Nearly 40 items on capraises, exec moves, major techs, PE, VC, CVC, musictech, fintech, healthtech, ag and much more.
If Tennessee enlists for SSBCI funding, TTDC investment committee could get pretty busy.
[Updated] Late-breaking budget amendment proposal may improve odds for funding core SBIR-STTR grant-matching program.
[Updated] Less than three years into their mission, Deerfield, Mountain Group and founders press forward.
[updated] Capital raises, executive moves, venture plays, true startups and more.
Intelligent Mobility, Life Sciences, Energy, and Ag-Food networks bolster startup resources
[Updated] A gamble, sure, but the Pandemic Vintage of startups, capraises + executive moves may rival any we've seen in the past decade.
Colleen Hoke, Don Lazas are fresh off Frist-backed Series A, now at 12 centers and running.
[Updated] Entrepreneurial, startup and capital events and activities around Tennessee.
As bill-filing deadlines loom, bills that shape TN economy, startups, entrepreneurial momentum are in prospect.
LaunchTN matches have now supported 24 fledgling firms, mainly in energy, materials and health/biomedical.
The word is just getting out about new entrant in Tennessee biopharm ecosystem.
Rolfe and Brock doubtless plan a smooth transition to maintain momentum, but there are vagaries to ponder.
[updated] High-energy team builder prepares for his next entrepreneurial or service act.
Chair's experience brings continuity, clear sense of value of legislative ties and momentum.
Startup's expanding universe of advisors, allies and potential funders may be approaching critical mass.
Money, moves and management in 30 telegraphic updates from MidTn and State ecosystems.
State and regional events of interest.
'Free-market' combatant of industry incentives may face new players pursuing legislated benefits.
[updated] IQuity, SafeStamp, Frontier Diagnostics, Neurodyne pitch to local VCs.
Former BioMimetic Therapeutics executives at center of new initiatives.
Entrepreneur who also leads mentor network says his new firm is operational.
Resources that might provide refreshment for those looking to advance Tennessee innovation.
Gov. Bill Haslam delivers his State of the State Address this evening.
Accelerator takeoffs, Marijuana, TechStars visit, capital raises and more.
[updated] 2016 rocks with appealing events statewide.
Journalists to be excluded, Dem's not invited to panel.
Another regional accelerator goes-it alone, capital formation numbers, and more.
[updated] Treading carefully to 'get program right', industry aims for step-by-step progress.
The association's annual convention convenes today.
VTC Seed, Early- and Growth-stage startups may all benefit from USDA RBIC effort.
Entrepreneurship, events and attracting capital may have revved-up. Tech transfer? Not so much.
[Updated] When it's representatives hit the General Assembly, they'll bring a clear agenda.
NTC may get a head of steam following its annual Awards confab.
[updated] Board named. Nashville's role with a transformative Tech-standards player
Since opinions are hard to monetize, leaders statewide seek new sources of momentum
Drug-discovery, partnerships and commercialization among conference highlights
Here's a rundown on this week's venture pitches during LST's annual meeting
Entrepreneur says she's found more than a good lease in Nashville
Joe Cook Jr. seems to be executing with precision a gameplan to establish momentum for a still-small sector
Veteran emissary to institutions' stakeholders and allies is re-potting himself after a 41-year-career
As widely anticipated, the Feds came through with $29.7MM in funding for Gov. Bill Haslam's innovation-breeding program
No one's surprised to see Fetherling back in venture garb; he earlier invested in Jason Moore's startup
Governor addresses fast-growth sector; details of venture funding, entrepreneur award and tech-transfer still unfolding
Law firm broadens its already sizeable footprint, plants flag in dealing with early-stage ventures
New chair at lifesciences association..Parental Health update.. Bredesen aide moves.. Silicon Ranch and Venture Incite add staff.. PE investors disappear after liquidation.. bio-entrepreneurs..more
Technology-enterprise advocate believes life-sciences sector cannot advance without stronger leadership