Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum discusses the role of government and institutions in supporting startups on the Startup Capital podcast.
Catch music, tech and film all in one weekend for this SXSW-inspired festival in Mississippi.
Base Camp Coding Academy is doing incredible thing for high schoolers in a North Mississippi town.
Scott Barstow describes the pros and cons of hiring individuals vs. groups of people for your distributed teams.
Hannah Moyer encourages us all to embrace the fear. The vulnerability will make us move forward.
Photographs from Day 3 of the inaugural Nashville Startup Week, powered by Techstars.
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Photographs from Day 1 sessions of the inaugural Nashville Startup Week, powered by Techstars.
Clark Buckner talks to the cofounders of Mixtroz after their Nashville Startup Week presentation.
Kiki Roeder sees firsthand how Startup Sisters is helping to elevate conversations about women in entrepreneurship.
Southern startups, take note! Deadline to apply to be part of 36|86's Village 36 is March 15.
Rachel Cypher finishes the dictionary of entreprelingo.
An ER doctor turned entrepreneur explains why he launched his health technology company.
Scott Barstow identifies the key characteristics of the most effective remote workers.
Covalence, a coding bootcamp built in Birmingham, is ready to scale its model to new places in the region.
Matt Bennett brings to our attention the ramifications of the recent Cloudbleed security breach. Your data could be affected.
Jim Roberts recaps day 1 of the CED Life Science Conference in Raleigh.
Tim Mask talks startups and innovation in Mississippi.
Kiki Roeder recaps last night's TechCrunch Pitch-Off in Miami.
Scott Barstow explains why distributed technology product teams are great for startups.
How a couple phone calls to Techstars led to a team that's bringing the event to Nashville in March.
Discover how Startup Southerners are taking care of themselves so they can take care of business.
Raven Delk pays a visit to Durham's American Underground.
Nashville, Tennessee-based Apto helps internationals adapt like pros.
"Ideas are worthless, execution is everything." Learn why that's a mantra for this Tennessee entrepreneur.
Rachel Cypher gives definition to some of the most commonly used—and weirdest—startup terms.
Tennessee entrepreneurs show that growth can be found in all areas of industry.
We're filing this one under good problems to have. Frank Williamson walks us through talent management during M&A.
Jim Roberts attends the Emerging Issues Forum in Raleigh.
Hannah Moyer explains why growth isn't one-size-fits-all.
Brendan Carroll learned about drones in grad school. Now it's the basis for his agritech startup, Skycision.
VentureSouth is expanding, and that's a great thing for startups in the South.