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Fintech entrepreneur Silas Deane relishes momentum in Tyler Technologies
Fintech entrepreneur Silas Deane relishes momentum in Tyler Technologies

Resolute businessman enthusiastic about Mid-TN and others in TN and mid-South advancing entrepreneurship, particularly in fintech.

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Venture Notes - May 14, 2019
Venture Notes - May 14, 2019

News from Frist Cressey, fintechs, Washtopia, Episode Sols, Sphere, Veterans VC, FedEx, Ballast, VendEngine, and many more.

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Fintech: Money Services licensing pact could help TN startups, innovators
Fintech: Money Services licensing pact could help TN startups, innovators

Startups and mature money transmitters alike will want to watch this space.

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Board of directors update for Nashville Technology Council
Board of directors update for Nashville Technology Council

18-year-old trade group updates its governing roster.

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VendEngine passes $20MM revenue, eyes advisory board, capital needs
VendEngine passes $20MM revenue, eyes advisory board, capital needs

[updated] Disciplined cash management gives this bootstrap many options.

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M&A ahead: Fetherling's Perception Health<br> teams with PYA Analytics, XSolis/Advent
M&A ahead: Fetherling's Perception Health
teams with PYA Analytics, XSolis/Advent

Serial entrepreneur doesn't understand why the Tech sector consolidation is so hesitant.

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VenturePeople, Sept. 20, 2011
VenturePeople, Sept. 20, 2011

Luke Simons of Council Capital, Les Wilkinson of The Martin Companies and Si Deane's new sidebiz

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Legal-services entrepreneur Freedman tackles more startups
Legal-services entrepreneur Freedman tackles more startups

A serial entrepreneur continues to embrace Nashville, even tho its investors are 'too damn nice'

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Emma 'always hungry' for talent, sails past $8MM
Emma 'always hungry' for talent, sails past $8MM

No cold feet at Emma, as company embraces higher-touch services and continues growing its workforce in Davidson County

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