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Meet the Pitch-Perfect Entrepreneurs of Nashville’s 36 | 86 Conference

By Justin Stokes Every June, Nashville’s 36 | 86 Entrepreneurship and Technology Conference gathers the south’s best innovators to engage in a series of cross-industry problem-solving presentations and discussions at the Schermerhorn Symphony

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Veteran Entrepreneurs Pitch Community Betterment in Nashville

By Justin Stokes As high schoolers and college students are prepping for a summer’s worth of freedom, so too are those enrolled in Bunker Labs cohorts nationwide. A national nonprofit that helps military veterans grow businesses, Bunker Labs

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You Should Turn Off the Internet—Just for a While

By Chris Blondell The internet can be a big, scary place. Of course, the online world is a place of knowledge, communication, collaboration and enlightenment. But it can also be a place of deception, theft, intrusion and so much more. Modern

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Calling All Changemakers: You Might Be a Tech Impact AllStar

By Chris Blondell We’re at a stage in our history where technology has become integral to our lives. Whether we’re developing healthcare, education, environmental issues or the food industry, developments in technology are reshaping our country

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How I Learned to Drink from the Firehose at the Nashville Software School

By Casey Reed Editor’s note: Over a year ago, we published a story about the Nashville Software School (NSS). After reading the piece, Forward Beat writer Casey Reed was inspired to apply and enroll into NSS as a path toward transitioning

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