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LaunchTN’s 2016-2017 The TENN Cohort

By Jami Creel Published October 19, 2016 (Provided by LaunchTN)

The companies selected for The TENN’s 2016—2017 cohort are:

Avrio Analytics – Knoxville – CodeWorks + Village 36: Avrio is a SaaS company that offers predictive marketing services to mid-market companies currently excluded from the big data market due to high cost and high-risk investments.

Everly – Nashville – Village 36: Everly creates natural drink mixes to help people stay energized and drink more water, and for every box purchased, we provide life-saving rehydration salts to children with waterborne disease.

Grow Bioplastics – Knoxville – University Venture Challenge + CO.STARTERS + What’s the Big Idea: We’re improving food sustainability by offering farmers, greenhouse managers and nursery operators a range of renewable, biodegradable plastic products made from lignin, a paper industry byproduct, eliminating regular plastic disposal costs.

MomSource Network – Knoxville – Knoxville Startup Day: MomSource Network connects educated, professional women to flexible full-time, permanent part-time, job-shared and telecommute opportunities. We also provide professional development and networking for members of our Network.

Rendever – Cambridge, MA – GIGTANK: Rendever is an MIT startup that offers a research-based virtual reality platform to improve the aging process by providing cognitive stimulation and social engagement for the elderly.

RootsRated – Chattanooga – Village 36: RootsRated provides software-driven content marketing solutions for outdoor brands and destination marketers.

SweetBio – Memphis – ZeroTo510: Our vision is to revolutionize healing because the world deserves to smile. Starting in dental, SweetBio specifically designed a dental membrane uniquely utilizing Manuka honey to promote healing.

Utilize Health – Nashville – Jumpstart Foundry + Village 36: Utilize Health is a care coordination solution comprised of digital tools and concierge services provided to health plans and hospital systems to reduce care costs and improve patient health.

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