It’s been a busy spring and summer in Chattanooga’s technology and startup ecosystem. First of all AOL Founder Steve Case rolled into town with his Rise of the Rest bus tour, showering eight startups in publicity and investing in FreightWaves.
An interesting report came out this week from the Center for American Entrepreneurship, detailing the progress that’s been made in American startup communities over the last three years. The report specifically looked at how the number of “first financings” — that is, the number of startups receivi…
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The 2018 roadshow for Wamda’s flagship event, Mix N’ Mentor, is about to kickoff starting with Amman on August 16th. The event, which has been carried out over 30 times across the region since 2012, has a new format that will be centered on roundtable group discussions. Topics of discussion will be selected based on the most relevant and pressing issues within each city’s tech ecosystem. This will allow participants from a wider set of stakeholders in the startup ecosystem to engage than the previous format which was more exclusively focused on early stage startup founders.