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UPdated - EDA's Build to Scale is assessing three 2021 entrepreneurship, commercialization proposals from Memphis.
State begins refining strategy, aims to bring 4,100-acre OEM project to fruit, if it can be done.
UPDATED: U.S. Treasury program to move economic-development, equity and entrepreneurship needles, soon to be revived.
Fintech VC in major alliance, plus filings in banking, film industry, med devices and more.
[Updated] Late-breaking budget amendment proposal may improve odds for funding core SBIR-STTR grant-matching program.
Against the backdrop of the pandemic, Launch Tennessee and Life Science Tennessee look to maintain momentum.
Amid pandemic and General Assembly session looming, 'broadest sandbox program in the U.S.' is the goal.
Consequential innovation and entrepreneurship issues are overshadowed, but may get visibility in future.
Proposed federal funding could rekindle TN entrepreneurship and innovation, much as during the earlier Haslam Administration.
[updated] Capital raises, LaunchTN + Jumpstart updates, M&A, Lifesci deals, Schulz on Chamber, 4 Bridges expansion + more.
[updated] Data science, machine learning tech and prediction services startup brings to bear its SDOH learning curve.
[Updated] Due to COVID19-induced recession, recent years' stellar fund performance may be 'ancient history'.
Gov. Bill Lee updates us, plus 17 venture updates and resources on telemed, M&A and more.
Some would like to see a bold, rigorous assessment of TNInvestco that would better assess value and improve the model.
A rigorous study of TN lifesciences is afoot and advocates are clearly positioning to push for public and private support.
Fledgling nonprofit adds staff with politics and projects savvy to support advocacy and outreach.
As bill-filing deadlines loom, bills that shape TN economy, startups, entrepreneurial momentum are in prospect.
Latest roundup of Tennessee startups, capital raises, economic development and more.
LaunchTN matches have now supported 24 fledgling firms, mainly in energy, materials and health/biomedical.
Biannual Science & Technology Index shows some TN gains, but weakspots among growth factors
[Updated] Birmingham among alternatives, as some Women, Blacks and other minorities report struggling for traction.
Bootstrapper likes idea of strategic partner or investor with sector savvy -- maybe KeepTruckin?
Months and years of ecosystem development might help make Chattanooga an 'overnight' entrepreneurial success.
New tech CEO, Ingram M&A, capital raises, data sciences, and more.
VU Law alum, Case ally and tech-policy veteran shares views on startup regulation, capital, talent, diversity and more.
[updated] With capraise underway, Techstars grad says knowledge of painpoints, plus discipline and data are crucial.
Federally legislated OZFund prepares for take-off roll in Tennessee.
18-year-old trade group updates its governing roster.
About two-dozen items ranging from capital raises, bankruptcy to tech transfer.
Exec to ensure alignment of budget priorities with priorities of Nashville residents.
[updated] 2016 rocks with appealing events statewide.
Journalists to be excluded, Dem's not invited to panel.
VTC Long-term capital strategy and exit options await gaining further traction.
Sandbox, Brentwood Capital, Citigroup, NEA, EDG Partners execs share views.
Tech-dev exec, active Angel with Bioenergy interests surveys the region.
Founder presses ahead with no native Tennessee capital, other than her own.
[updated] TN's pro-entrepreneurship legislation, a $4MM JourneyPure raise, and more.
[updated] Treading carefully to 'get program right', industry aims for step-by-step progress.
Updated No matter where you are in Tennessee, you'll want to consider many of these.
Three leaders' separate comments illuminate a common thread of concern.
Kecia Ray says she is the first e.Republic exec dedicated entirely to CDE advancement.
[Update] In 3rd outing, CEO focuses on technology for enterprises that 'don't go out of business'.
CEO sees recruitment of scholars dedicated to citizenship as 'big win'.
VTC Seed, Early- and Growth-stage startups may all benefit from USDA RBIC effort.
[Updated] When it's representatives hit the General Assembly, they'll bring a clear agenda.
National and State workforce- and innovation-oriented initiatives link TN cities.
Dispute settled between LaunchTN and PandoMedia, parties announce.
Other cities may want Ziiio app, and startup's VU license sets stage for entry into healthcare
VTC: Commissioner Julius Johnson and a team including Memphis BioWorks will press forward.
DRS's passage via the New York City Fintech accelerator was apparently right step.
[Updated] Useful tools for those exploring cross-border business-development opportunities.
Fate of business, education and innovation campus project remains uncertain.
Chief Investment Officer Michael Brakebill reiterates his open-door policy
Murfreesboro group seeks to regain traction by serving others
Veteran chief information officer now 'champion' for IT advance
TTDC now seems to be fully staffed to further pro-venture programs
Drug-discovery, partnerships and commercialization among conference highlights
Key investment and legislative issues could get a new advocate, after simmering years
Franklin-based mobile-app leader announces control sale to firm created by Army veteran
Long-rumored 'for sale', ENA and CEO of 10 years open new chapter
Leadership shift was accomplished August 19, with Hagerty now chairman of TTDC
Venture persists within the regulatory system to advance its product
New ECD appointee, TNInvestco clone idea, updates on Silicon Ranch, JumpStart, Bizen, entrepreneurship and much more
One of Tennessee's pioneering VC's will remain focused on 'realizations' in 2011, while mulling raising another fund
In a crowded field, Nashville startup is relying on strategy of providing 'free' content to customers among old media
At the midpoint in Gov. Bredesen's second term, he's not letting-up on the accelerator for New Economy jobs
Tennessee Technology Development Corp. faces the proverbial 'Valley of Death' in its own funding, and looks to the Bredesen Administration for a liferope
A VU MBA alum happens to be on the team out of New York State interviewing would-be fund managers
Nashville's chief investment officer is working to improve further the benefits fund's performance, while mitigating pressure for additional Metro contributions to pay for benefits for retired employees
Given the vagaries of global markets, TCRS pension funds and other assets that are managed in service to employers of government workers and educators enjoy close tending by heavy-hitters