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State and regional events of interest.
An action plan for leadership may soon come off the drawing-board.
[updated] 2016 rocks with appealing events statewide.
NCN is most concerned about the Series A hurdle for startups in the Nashville area.
Boyd & Brock of LaunchTN respond on sustainability, Healthcare, Rural Metrics and more.
Response to Brookings Institution researchers will require deep knowledge.
Time is money, not every meeting's worthwhile, but these warrant your scrutiny.
[Updated] Brookings' findings are now available for review here.
New NTC CEO and Health IT strategy coming, VC motives, Noro-Moseley exec, Women Angels coalesce and more.
[Updated] The EC also seeks an Entrepreneur in Residence for the PH initiative.
Sandbox, Brentwood Capital, Citigroup, NEA, EDG Partners execs share views.
VNC Discount: Healthcare consolidation is robust and the landscape rapidly shifting.
Year-round push involves Google for Entrepreneurs and Village Capital.
Updated No matter where you are in Tennessee, you'll want to consider many of these.
[Update] A panel focuses on the need for value-adding innovation and public-policy advocacy.
Experience, expertise and continuity seem reflected in selections.
We take a pause to contemplate the event-driven fun that lies ahead.
[updated name change] With sector veterans on its board and access to capital, this startup girds for raise.
[updated] Board named. Nashville's role with a transformative Tech-standards player
Kemp Dolliver says ties to developing nations' companies are important
There are other shoes to drop at Care Technology, but today's is a good start
Sparkling report illustrates startup boom, healthcare appetite
Life sciences, healthcare services and technology and more could cluster in a redeveloping area of Metro Nashville
MC2 is moving forward aggressively with planning and action to recruit jobs, spawn startups, build visitors and educate generations
The Row's Galante eyes startups and Crom's at it again, as well as Ganier, Van Hoesen and others.
12-year-old NTC's next CEO will face dozens of board members, including some new faces
Financing the deal conferees make a point about telling Nashville's story, again.
Those who want to broaden entrepreneurship and those who control capital want entrepreneurs to view their businesses realistically
Law firm broadens its already sizeable footprint, plants flag in dealing with early-stage ventures
Another 'complaining' serial entrepreneur is having trouble retiring, as one venture happily leads to another
Herewith, items of interest from around the state.
New healthcare technology push rumored, start-up said relocating to Nashville, as activity heats up
Energy and ideas abound among a sample of Nashville healthcare, investment and technology executives rounded-up in just the past few days
Chamber staff press on, despite Recession setbacks, and take a fresh look at priorities
[Updated] At the end of an intensive week of meetings here, the CEO of the proposed trade center says a competing NYC group offered has made overtures
One of the nation's top Angel-investing advocates will make the case for more collaboration among investors of every type, to provide early-stage capital to ventures
Legendary physician-entrepreneur-scientist's departure from VU leadership ranks leaves venture community asking whether he'll remain involved
Native daughter turns drive and contacts into a series of healthcare-oriented ventures
Briton observes Nashville healthcare execs as they contemplate their fates, amid an uncertain economy
The much-anticipated annual family tree of Nashville-based healthcare ventures has been released by Nashville Health Care Council, and affiliate of the Greater Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
At deal-making summit, investment bankers and others say focus on regulatory pressure for cost-reductions, rather than on next President
There are no 'weathervanes' among these folks. Defining 'institutional', a caution about egos, and a reminder that sounds a lot like 'Dance with the one that brung ya'
Former U.S. Sen. Bill Frist (left) predicted 'we're going to spend more on healthcare', but four VCs told local execs that few investors know much about Nashville's healthcare track record -- unwelcome news for Kin Clinton's Woolsthorpe Technologies.