Innovation Lab member holding series of one-day tournaments JOHNSON CITY (May 26, 2020) – Connect Outdoors, an affiliate member of East Tennessee State University’s Innovation Lab, will host the Big Bass Shootout through its Connect Fishing League. A series of four one-day tournaments open to all ages is scheduled for May 30, June 6,… Continue reading Connect Fishing League – Big Bass Shootout
Johnson City’s summer Co-Starters course, a 9-week business accelerator program, concluded at the end of July. Hosted by JRH Brewing, there was a great turnout on hand to watch 5 of the Co-Starters participants give great pitches where you could clearly see the passion in each one of them. This week we’re going to talk… Continue reading Co-Starters Graduates: ShowerCrown
(Pictured above holding the “check”: Beth and Clinton Ross) Johnson City’s summer Co-Starters course, a 9-week business accelerator program, concluded this past Monday. Hosted by JRH Brewing, there was a great turnout on hand to watch 5 of the Co-Starters participants give great pitches where you could clearly see the passion in each one… Continue reading Co-Starters Graduates – The Cellar
Original article by JESSICA FULLER from the Johnson City Press Blue Moon’s building is changing hands, but that doesn’t mean the theatre’s regular programming is slowing down any time soon. In fact, the new owners have plans to bring more events to the building. Blue Moon Theatre Company will be celebrating 10 years of business… Continue reading New owners bring new events to Blue Moon building
The Small Business Festival brings a taste of Austin to the Tri-Cities!
Northeast Tennessee welcomed the IDEAcademy back again this year for a two-day event presented by Eastman and East Tennessee State University’s College of Business and Technology. The event is part of an ongoing leadership development series endowment by Eastman to provide free, world-class leadership training to our communities in our region. Local, regional, and national thought leaders… Continue reading The 2017 IDEAcademy Challenged Us to Think. Again.
AccelNow in partnership with the Holston Business Development Center (HBDC), East Tennessee State University (ETSU) and the Niswonger Foundation, have hosted the second annual round of Computer Aided Design (CAD) camps in June. (HBDC Director, Keith Nakoff, assisting CAD Camp student at the HBDC.) Computer Aided Design spans fields from photoshop all the way to industrial… Continue reading 2nd Annual CAD Camps a Success
On Thursday, June 8, 2017, Sync.Space celebrated their official grand opening with live music, food, tours, and a ribbon cutting ceremony provided by the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce. (Ribbon Cutting: Pictured L-R Steve Lahair, Chair of Kingsport Chamber Foundation; Kingsport City Mayor John Clark; Sullivan County Mayor Richard Venable; Mike McIntire, Kingsport City Vice Mayor;… Continue reading Sync.Space Celebrates Grand Opening
On Thursday, May 4, 2017, seven local entrepreneurs pitched their innovative business ideas to an audience of nearly 100 at the Model City Event Center in Kingsport, Tennessee. Pitches and Pints is an event that was conceptualized by Startup Tri-Cities, a network of entrepreneurs and organizations that support new startups as they take their big ideas from concept to reality. This is… Continue reading Local Entrepreneurs Pitch their Big Ideas at the Second Pitches and Pints Event
On Thursday, April 13, 2017, The College of Business and Technology at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) held their inaugural Innovative Buccaneer Competition (iBUCS) for students. The idea for the contest was developed and brought to life by Bill McTier and Stephen Hendrix, both professors with ETSU’s College of Business and Technology. The competition was open to any undergraduate or… Continue reading ETSU Hosts Inaugural Entrepreneur Competition