Working with startups is unlike anything else. The passion and drive of entrepreneurs is contagious.
Topic: Startup Infrastructure
How to Build a Winning Team
How to Create a Strategy, Vision and Mission
How to Create an Advisory Board
How to Get Funding
How to Improve Your Company
How to Improve Your Pitch
How to Start Your Company
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight
Startup Accelerator Spotlight
Startup Investor Spotlight
Business Startup Spotlight
Entrepreneur Events Spotlight
University Entrepreneurial Program Spotlight
Women Entrepreneurs Spotlight
FounderFuel has accelerated 67 companies since 2011, with 14 acquisitions, 13 shutdowns and the remaining in operation.
Memphis, TN ranks number 4 in the country as one of 2016’s Best Cities for Women-Owned Businesses. It scored high in overall new business friendliness and its business climate for women.
VentureHive is not your typical business accelerator. VentureHive does not take any equity from companies that take part in our programs or charge a fee.
Chattanooga,TN, known as the “Gig City” ranks number 4 in the country as a top city and entrepreneurial ecosystem for startups. (source – wallethub, April 2015)
Our mission at Seed Sumo is “Discover & Ignite”. Our objectives are to find high growth startup founders and to help them build the company they dream about.
There is plenty of data reporting that women do not grow businesses as big, nor have as much access to capital as men. We are working to reverse that trend with an intense focus on the CEO and her company.
Each year, top early stage companies graduating from each of the nine accelerator programs in Tennessee are nominated to participate in The TENN, the state’s Master Accelerator Program. The nominees then enter a multi-tier screening process
XLerateHealth seeks dynamic teams of entrepreneurs who are passionate about what they do and are interested in creating disruptive solutions to tough problems in the healthcare ecosystem.
Launch Tennessee‘s unique master startup accelerator program, THE TENN has announced eight cohorts which had previously graduated from five of the startup accelerators of the state’s entrepreneur centers, have been chosen to participate in this year’s “TENN” program.