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[updated] Entrepreneurial, startup and capital events and activities around Tennessee.
Music innovation push, startup scouts, fintech, Y-Combinator entrant, Angel Tax Credit takers, partnerships, exec moves, resources + more...
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.
A rigorous study of TN lifesciences is afoot and advocates are clearly positioning to push for public and private support.
Launch Tennessee, Electro-Active, Dynamo, CET, EPIcenter, and more updated in today's roundup.
Meetups blend LaunchTN mission, Kauffman funding, Engine advocate, constituents getting to know legislators.
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.
Chair's experience brings continuity, clear sense of value of legislative ties and momentum.
[updated] Some see Tennessee getting a boost from the legislation, others less sanguine.
There are similar models in Georgia and other states, some involving a mix of public and private funds.
Legislator observes the Western Division of the State lagging Eastern and Western regions.
[updated] In-the-works a year or more, the advocacy group is about to stand up to be counted.
LaunchTN CEO agrees it'd be great to have more data and analyses about all this.
[Updated] Founded in 2012, startup said last June it was upgrading site, adding team.
Seeking to anchor Music in the education agenda, the industry has business issues, as well.
Updates on VU venture staff, raises by SmartFurniture and RelevanceCapital and more.
[updated] TN's pro-entrepreneurship legislation, a $4MM JourneyPure raise, and more.
[updated] ECD Commissioner Randy Boyd expresses strong support for bill enrolled this week.
[Updated] Refurbished laws strengthen companies, spur professionals, build State repute.
Next, Gov. Haslam's signature could encourage those considering public good.
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.
The small NTC must weigh carefully its forays into State and Federal policy-shaping.
Updates on Endorsee, Sagents, Tandum, EO Nashville, PBM365, Back Porch Group, Exile.
Tennessee Technology Development Corporation, TTDC, lays-out its priorities.
John Ingram asks the founder of AOL about ways to 'disrupt' politics-as-usual.
It remains to be seen what Tennessee investors, entrepreneurs act upon, if anything
Chief Investment Officer Michael Brakebill reiterates his open-door policy
Key investment and legislative issues could get a new advocate, after simmering years
A pension-fund program underway three years takes another step forward
This Massachusetts fund is partial to Internet plays and other technologies.
Gleanings from Tennessee media touching upon life-sciences issues and opportunities
New VC council forming, less TNInvestco info, Marcums' Tullhoma venture Launch Pad and news here and elsewhere
With Gov. Bill Haslam's jobs- and innovation-producing strategy launching next week, the appointment of a seasoned operative is welcomed
[Updated] Fueled by assets of the pension fund for State employees, the TCRS private-equity program advances
One of Tennessee's pioneering VC's will remain focused on 'realizations' in 2011, while mulling raising another fund
Ligitation to Chancellor in five days..More funds cowboy-up with lobbyists..New TNInvestco funds' Web presences unveiled
The governor's signature will soon be affixed to the State's new venture law, but already there are hundreds of new jobs on the horizon
The state's new private-equity director debuts and a VC panel gets the lowdown on controversial venture-funding proposal
A dust-up avoided, the state's venture-capital firms announce they're no longer concerned about certain changes in taxbreak provisions affecting family-owned entities.
Amid an awful economy and with the dust from their last scrape still in the air, the State and some business interests may be squaring-off, once again