It’s a wrap on Everywhere Else Tennessee, but you can still read about some of the action.
Wrapping up the EE Tennessee Conference this week was the Startup Ave competition. OverDog was selected as the winner of the competition, gaining funding to further their company.
EE Tennessee hosted eleven startups for the event, but only three companies would be selected by conference-goers to move forward to the pitch competition.
It’s finally here! Join us as we kick off the Everywhere Else TN conference in classic Memphis style.
Everywhere Else Tennessee needs you!
Everywhere Else Tennessee speaker and Techstars graduate Josh Hix and his cofounder Nick Taranto pitch their company Plated to the sharks of Shark Tank.
Starting up outside Silicon Valley has plenty of challenges. Without the density of a startup community, it can be hard to find the education, inspiration, and connections you need to get your idea off the ground. From April 30 – May 2 in Memphis, TN, that starts to change. Everywhere Else Tennessee is coming to
Nothing will stop the Tennessee Startup Bus, not even ice. Or, as our hosts at Start Co say: #neverstop
Startup buses are launching around the country, and as always, Tennessee does it in style.
We’ve listened to your feedback! April 30-May 2, you’ll find all the things you love about the Everywhere Else conferences and some exciting changes.
Three big announcements show Tennessee startups have lots of momentum heading into 2014.
The Tennessee Master Accelerator TheTenn wrapped up a week long demo trip road show this week in Memphis. More here.
Tennessee announces “The TENN” the ten best accelerated startups across the state, participating in a “super accelerator” of sorts.
Launch Tennessee announces the 20 best accelerated startups in the state’s 9 accelerator programs that make up the finalists in the TENN.
Last year August was Demo Day month in Tennessee. During the month of August (on consecutive Thursdays no less), Chattanooga’s GigTank, Memphis’ Zeroto510, and Nashville’s Jumpstart Foundry all held their demo days. The month of August was a true testament to the strong commitment to startups and entrepreneurship that exists across Tennessee. We were fortunate