Launch Memphis, one of the key ecosystem drivers for startups in Tennessee, has launched a new initiative aimed at women entrepreneurs and startups. Getting more women engaged in startup communities is a goal that most cities are working on. Driving entrepreneurial growth among women is also a key factor in the overall health and success
Memphis entrepreneur, Danielle Inez takes her startup, Pink Robin Avenue, from Upstart 48 Hour Launch to Black Enterprise Magazine’s Elevator Pitch Finals.
On Tuesday at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013, Alexia Tstotsis got some of the more influential names in the tech/vc community to talk about women entrepreneurs and venture capital. David Tisch offered this tidbit in regards to what really pisses him off when VCs are talking to women. Aaref Hilaly (Sequoia) offered this opinion on why
Tennessee is a great state for startups. There are 9 accelerator regions across the state, that draw resources from Launch Tennessee, and one of the most active Startup America Regions. Startup Tennessee was the second Startup America region launched two years ago. The major accelerator hubs across the state; Memphis,Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga work very
Memphis’ Launch Memphis, is holding a 48 Hour Launch made up entirely of startups founded by women. This is part of Launch Memphis’ new Upstart Memphis initiative focused on enriching women entrepreneurs and startups across the midsouth. In addition to events like this, Upstart Memphis holds a regular women’s entrepreneur meetup and provides access to
Three big announcements show Tennessee startups have lots of momentum heading into 2014.
Memphis entrepreneur Audrey Jones caught the entrepreneurial bug at Everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference in February, now she’s in an accelerator and preparing to exhibit a Everywhere Else Cincinnati.
Memphis woman Brittany Fitzpatrick won herself a place in the invite only NewMe Accelerator starting next week in Silicon Valley.
We’ve got an employee number one and she’s a bad ass startup chick, like a boss.
What cities in the United States rank best for women entrepreneurs? Find out in this beautiful infographic.
The umbrella organization that oversees Launch Memphis, Wolf River Angels, Seed Hatchery, UpStart and Memphis Venture Mentors, Launch Your City, has graduated out of the Emerge Memphis accelerator. Launch Your City was situated in Emerge Memphis where they grew the Launch Pad co-working space and successfully put on the first two sessions of Seed Hatchery.
Memphis’ tech startup accelerator program, now in it’s third year, Seed Hatchery, has unveiled the six startup teams participating in it’s 2013 cohort. The cohort will begin next week on February 8th and end with a Demo Day during the legendary Memphis in May Barbecue Festival. The applications were plentiful and this years class features
Girls Rock, Right? If you’re a regular reader of nibletz.com, the voice of startups everywhere else, then you know here we celebrate startups across the country and around the world outside the valley. We call this “everywhere else”. Startups from “everywhere else” are typically “grittier”, and work harder. After all, startups that raise money outside
AFocusED Path was one of the four startups built during Memphis’ recent 48 Hour Launch for women as part of their new UpStart program. AFocused Path is essentially a social network surrounding a students academic life, and their support infrastructure. It’s also a great way to keep a child’s support network, no matter how close