"Bellhops Inc. has raised $13.5 million in Series B funding for its on-demand moving services..."
"This is the promise made by Feetz, a Tennessee-based hi-tech manufacturing start-up, which has created an app and manufacturing concept that will allow shoppers to buy shoes that are unique to them using 3D printing technology."
Mike Bradshaw, CO.LAB’s executive director, says that Chattanooga’s dedication to facilitating creativity and entrepreneurship has led to its renaissance. “I think where this city government has really hit a home run here is that they recognize the importance of what this high-speed network represents for Chattanooga,” he says. “They’ve helped foster an atmosphere where the work that we can do proceeds, but they haven’t attempted to direct or control us in any way at all.”
"Branch Technology, a Chattanooga startup in the 2015 Launch Tennessee master accelerator program, took inspiration from nature to develop 3-D-printed walls for homes and buildings in a process it calls 'cellular fabrication.'"
"Over the course of a few days, entrepreneur Lucy Beard had a trio of experiences that changed the trajectory of her life."
"Bellhops Moving company Year Founded: 2013 CIQ Score: 94.60/100"
"When I attended Gigtank in Chattanooga last year, I was exposed to, not only a beautiful city and beautiful people, but exciting new 3D printing startups. Among the most viable businesses was a company called 3D Operations, Inc."
"Chattanooga, Tennessee-based creative agency Fancy Rhino launched a campaign for Torch, 'a router with simple parental tools that will focus on content filtering, time management, and reporting.'"
"Chattanooga was ground central last week for entrepreneurs when leaders from the entrepreneurial movement gathered in the Tennessee city. National leaders in the entrepreneurial movement including VaynerMedia cofounder Gary Vaynerchuk and Andrew Hyde, founder behind the Startup Week Initiative, travelled to Chattanooga to discuss important issues facing the startup community."
"Chattanooga known as "Gig City" for being the first in the United States to build a community-wide fiber optic network capable of delivering 1 gigabit (1,000 Mbps) Internet speeds, announced today that municipal utility EPB fiber optics is now offering the world's first 10 gigabit (10 Gig) Internet service to be made available across a large community-wide territory."