| May 09, 2016
The Chamber is excited to announce that 18 local small businesses have been tapped to participate in the second cohort of ScaleUp Nashville, a competitive, 12-week business accelerator program funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
As part of the training, participants work with a certified public accountant to complete a financial analysis of their businesses, meet with area-specific focus groups, and work with a mentor. Each business owner who completes the program will receive coaching focused on his or her particular area of need, such as developing a strategy for accessing capital or undergoing market research.
Could your business benefit from this intensive training? We're accepting applications for the third cohort of ScaleUp Nashville Friday, May 20, through Friday, June 24. Visit scaleupnashville.com for an application and program details. Your company does not need to be a current Chamber member to apply; outreach will focus on bolstering underserved communities.
Congratulations to the participants in ScaleUp Nashville's second cohort:
Actual Food Nashville is a catering company and an eclectic event space. Owner/chef Daniel Forberg is dedicated to demonstrating freshness, quality of origin, high production standards, sustainability and flavor.
Atlas Motorworks is a custom motorcycle shop and community garage focused ...