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This week (May 15-18) is Nashville Entrepreneur Week! From Tuesday-Friday, Nashville's entrepreneurial community will come together to learn from each other through an amazing lineup of speakers. Topics range from validating your business idea to healthcare, raising capital, leadership, and more. 

One of the final events on Friday is the Catfish Tank (a Nashville Predators-themed name playing off of Shark Tank), a pitch competition between 10 teams with the opportunity to win $10,000. We are so excited that 8 out of the 10 teams chosen to pitch are part of the EC community! Learn more about them below, and RSVP here.

SafeStamp  Matt McGuire: 2017 PreFlight Alumni and Diversity Scholar Recipient

SafeStamp is a nanotech seal for pharmaceutical packaging that indicates drug authenticity. Based on complex quantum technology, it is too advanced to be replicated by counterfeiters.

Affirm Health Mitch Evans: Project Healthcare Pilot Team 

AffirmHealth is a workflow integration and automation software designed to prevent prescription drug abuse. 

Rootnote Jason and Jeremy Burchard: Project Music Portfolio Team 

RootNote builds, supports, and invests into musician-owned companies. They are creating a scalable system to help educate, incubate, and accelerate the current and next generations of entrepreneurial musicians. 

Please Assist Me Stephanie Cummings: EC Member

Please Assist Me is an all-in-one personal home assistant mobile app and service.

 

Milk Coko Eason: former EC Entrepreneur-in-Residence

MILK is a mobile app that rewards you whenever you refrain from using your phone in places or situations where you could be more considerate, intimate, safe or attentive.

Gigamunch Enis Cirak: EC Member

For those who want to discover the world, Gigamunch delivers ready-to-eat meals from a different country each week so you can explore the world from your own dinner table. 

Patch Health Rachel Saunders: EC Member

Patch Health is a mobile app that helps users reduce pain through concierge physical therapy and recovery progress tracking.

Crowd Crunch Grayson Adkins: EC Member

CrowdCrunch is an edge computing platform that allows developers to deploy and manage massively distributed apps on peer-to-peer networks.

Looking to get involved at the EC? Head to our main website for more information, or you can register for our next info session on May 23rd!
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Photo Credit: William DeShazer Photography

On the evening of May 1, Nashville's business community gathered at the EC for PreFlight Pitch Night, a celebration of the entrepreneurs graduating from Session 1 2018 of our PreFlight program. 14 weeks ago, a group of 20+ entrepreneurs came to the EC with just an idea. They spent every Monday night learning and working on a business plan, meeting with advisors, and slowly forming that idea into a viable, tangible business. At PreFlight Pitch Night, 6 of those entrepreneurs gathered to pitch their ideas to the public and a panel of judges for the first time. We could not be more proud of them and so thankful all of you came out to support them! Learn more about the teams that pitched below.

Natural Products Resource Center, Hillary and Chad Blackburn

The broad legalization of medical cannabis in the United States has caught the medical community by surprise. Patients routinely seek advice from traditional pharmacists about drug interactions with cannabis. Pharmacists are not trained to deliver this advice which creates liability. Natural Products Resource Center’s online, self-paced, compliance-driven training provides pharmacists with 2 products: a board certification (large one time fee) and CE that’s required to maintain their board certification (small recurring fee).

Do., Dustin Lippert

Choosing a career direction while still a student in high school is an increasingly complex task. The best way to know assuredly that you are going down the right path is to experience as many things as possible and talk to as many people as possible during the decision making process. Do. will be a career exploration platform for juniors and seniors that provides access to local professionals willing to give advice, discuss their roles, and even job shadowing as well as curated first-hand experiences based around industries of interest.

Bar Tools, Marcus Baney

Bar Tools is a content platform that enables bartenders to find quality information quickly and effortlessly. By cutting through the online clutter, we give bartenders the resources to be better, smarter, and more efficient, and ultimately make more money.

Nurturers, Natasha Marshall

Nurturers offers childcare at the convenience of your home, hotel or Airbnb, as well as event childcare such as weddings. Nurturers is designed to temporarily relieve parents of their parental duties through quality childcare.

Bluma, Chris Sanders

Bluma is a web-based platform serving the end-of-life space. The Bluma platform will be the all-in-one place for customers who are planning, researching and coordinating funerals and burials. A single place to push information, align calendars, view to-do's, FAQs, crowdfund, gifts and find content. 

With the Band, Sarah Beth Perry

With the Band is a mobile app that is bringing the fan experience to a whole new level. With the Band fosters relationships among the fans while giving them access to exclusive content from their favorite artists. With the Band is helping fans find their significance and purpose in their fan communities by helping them participate and coordinate fan projects and fan meet-ups.

PreFlight is the EC's premier program for idea stage entrepreneurs. The 14-week program equips you with the tools to turn your idea into reality. You'll get unlimited access to EC advisors, business curriculum, and dedicated workspace. Interested in learning more? Check out our PreFlight page!

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Thirteen music-focused entrepreneurs from around the world descended on Nashville Thursday night to pitch their startup ideas as they were introduced to the community as the newest members of Project Music Portfolio.

Project Music Portfolio is a year-round, industry-leading entrepreneurship program designed to accelerate the success of growth-oriented, music-minded startups. It connects startups to advisors, music industry partners, and other resources to take their startup to the next level without wasted time or effort.

The startups were in town for two days for Project Music Portfolio’s First Look event. For most teams, it was their first time in Music City. They spent their time immersing themselves in the Nashville’s music industry with advisor meetings, visits to partners including Warner Music Nashville and CMA, and more. Their time was highlighted by the First Look pitch event with a crowd of Project Music and EC advisors, members, and others from the Nashville community.

We took a few minutes to talk to each startup about their companies and their time in Nashville. Take a listen.

Austin, Texas-based startup Only in VR, is building the world's largest library of 360-degree music-oriented content. CEO Michael Hodson spoke about the geographic challenges posed by live shows, and how technology can provide new revenue streams for artists, labels and venues.

“Really excited to be part of Project Music with those introductions and leads and mentors that can help us expand into the area,” Hodson said.
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Cori Banyon, CEO and founder of AndMe.TV, is creating a virtual meet-and-greet platform that gives artists flexible space to engage with fans. Currently based in Charleston, South Carolina, the company wants to foster authentic "off the stage" interactions between artists and their public.

“I was the disappointed fan at a meet-and-greet experience that fell short. And I went home that day and I wanted to use my skills in tech and marketing to build a virtual space for these artists to interact with their fans that’s authentic, it’s secure, easy, simple,” Banyon said.
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Cameron Gibson, CEO of JamFeed, is developing a music news feed that keeps fans up-to-date in real time without the hassle of scouring blogs, news and social media. The Austin, Texas-based entrepreneur is marrying the music tech culture of his home city and the industry infrastructure of Nashville.

“People really need to know what’s going on with their artists across all areas, from news to social media to new music, etc. We saw an opportunity - we noticed that most people are in the streaming business, they’re in the concert business, but we live in a world where content is king,” Gibson said.
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Jonathan Spangler, CEO of Ciari Guitars, has invented "the first symmetrically-folding guitar in the universe" – the Ascender premium travel guitar. Based in San Diego, California, Spangler hopes to ease the anxiety of millions of guitarists flying with instruments by teaming up with Project Music.

“I ditched my corporate legal job to do this full time. So, I’m all in,” Spangler said.
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Cheryl Potts, founder of CEO of Cleerkut Royalty, is establishing a cloud-based music business platform for self-released artists, independent music creators and music professionals that automates administrative tasks in the industry and helps creators own their music. Based in Washington, D.C., Potts is joining Project Music, which she says will "assist in industry immersion" by allowing her to meet and network with major players in the music industry while her app continues changing lives.

“Copyright and royalties can be confusing and complex. A lot of artists who are putting out their own music may collaborate with others and do not know that the producer may own that sound recording. Or they may think they own that sounds recording, but they don’t know that they need to put it in writing and decide who owns it,” Potts said.
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Naveen Sridhar, CEO of Soulsence, is sharing the stories of how fans and artists connect to music with weekly events and social networking. The San Francisco, California-based company gives people a dedicated social network where anyone can capture life's soundtrack and talk about how they connect to each song.

“I wouldn’t always share my stories out loud, verbally, but I would share a song on Facebook to try to convey what I was feeling with that song, and a lyric that went with it. And I found that Facebook isn’t really the place to share that. It’s about everything - it’s food, it’s travel, etc. So there needed to be a dedicated place for music,” Sridhar said.
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Sam Tharp, CEO of Fretish, is connecting guitar players, instrument collectors and artisan guitar builders to eliminate the stress behind the retail process. The Boston, Massachusetts-based sharing platform allows people to list guitars for short-term rent in local areas.

“Whether it’s your heart or your home or your automobile, people are becoming much more inclined to share things that they had otherwise never considered sharing,” Tharp said.
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Dr. Jenna Paley, CEO of Project Decibel, is saving ears with her startup – a concierge audiology practice and one-stop shop for custom ear gear. Based in Chicago, Illinois, the Project Music-partnered company is based around hearing loss prevention, and has teamed up with construction companies, athletes, bartenders, and others to provide hearing protection for at-risk populations.

“We’re really passionate about the music industry because it’s a really high-risk population of people that are unregulated. There’s no government saying that, ‘oh, if you’re employed by a venue, as a front-of-house engineer, we don’t actually, by law, have to provide you with ear protection.’ Those people are really at a high risk for hearing injury,” Paley said.
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Seth Hillinger, CEO and CTO of AudioDrops, is creating a location-based music discovery platform that allows people to leave music "drops" at real-life locations. Headquartered in New York City, AudioDrops is teaming up with Project Music to enable artists to engage their fans in new and interesting ways.

“Artists don’t make as much money selling music anymore and we saw this as a really interesting economic model for them to partner with brands. We want to be at the center of the band, brand and fan triangle,” Hillinger said.
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Jason Burchard, CEO and Founder at Rootnote, is building a platform for supporting and investing in musician-owned companies in partnership with Project Music. The Nashville-based entrepreneur aims to help artists who want to build not just a successful music career but also a company around themselves by bridging a gap for investors interested in the music industry and creating a financing and equity-based investment model.

“We noticed that there’s a massive need from an artist’s perspective, for support and help for those entrepreneurially-minded artists who want to build not just a successful music career but also a company around themselves,” Burchard said.
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Meredith Collins, CEO of Hookist, is building a collaborative writing platform where well-known artists write original songs with fans. The New York City-based startup creates new revenue streams for artists and brings communities together by creating authentic and meaningful ways for musicians to engage with fans at scale.

“In a way, we’re crowdsourcing a song with a well-known artist judging and refining it,” Collins said.
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Robb Dillon, CEO of Smashmouse, is revolutionizing hands-free control of digital devices with his universal pedal. The Atlanta, Georgia-based entrepreneur has partnered with Project Music to reduce musicians' irritation when dealing with tech and their instruments. Using technology as a driver for growth in the music industry, he aims to create a solid base of users, explore how apps can further improve the music experience and bring his project to new industries, including the healthcare space.

“I started playing guitar and encountered a universal problem that all musicians have: If we’re using technology more than ever to learn, record, play and perform music, but we have two hands on our instruments, how do we do both?” Dillon said.
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NFCSound is an ultrasound barcode that can be encoded into a unique audio stream. Any device with a speaker can transmit it and most devices with a microphone can decode them. It can complement existing networking technologies or to work in offline environments. NFCSound does not require you to go through any server and the encoding takes place in the device itself.

"This is totally an offline process. We can engage you even if you don’t have a sim card or even if you are in a place that doesn’t have connectivity. As an example, imagine that you are in an airline. Airlines have 0% engagement. We can turn it into 100%.", said CEO Daniel Waiss.
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Throughout the month of March, we have been celebrating Women’s History Month by shining a spotlight on the women entrepreneurs and leaders in our community. What has been your greatest reward in being an entrepreneur? What advice would you give to young women who want to succeed in the workplace? We’ve shared their answers to a few of these questions on our social media pages, and below, you’ll find a compilation of our favorite answers. Scroll all the way to the bottom to see the list of the 9 featured women and their companies.

What quote or song lyric has guided you on this journey?






What has been your greatest reward in being an entrepreneur?





Who is your role-model (or more specifically your entrepreneur role-model) and why?






What’s one thing you believe the startup ecosystem has yet to learn regarding diversity and how it’s accomplished?




What advice would you give to young women who want to succeed in the workplace?






Ashlee Ammons: COO/Co-Founder of Mixtroz. Mixtroz is a technology that drives live event attendees from the digital space (mobile phone) to physical space in real time while collecting data. They are like LinkedIn but live.

Beth Chase: CEO of c3/consulting and EC Board Chair. c3 accelerates change and value creation for Fortune 500 and private equity-backed growth businesses.

Channing Moreland: CEO & Co-Founder of EVAmore. EVAmore streamlines the relationship of live events with genius talent by automating the process of booking entertainment.

Jessica Harthcock: Founder of Utilize Health. Utilize Health is a neurological care management program that helps patients see improved outcomes and health plans see a reduction in overall care costs.

Lauren Egge: Founder of Noka Supply Co. Noka Supply Co. is creating daily health accessories that don't sacrifice style for utility.

Sarah Beth Perry: CEO & Founder of With The Band. With the Band is a mobile app that is creating a whole new experience for dedicated music fans.

Shani Dowell: Founder of Possip. Possip helps schools get weekly parent feedback through quick surveys and an engagement platform - turning parent gossip into constructive information for schools.

Sherry Stewart Deutschmann: CEO of Sunset Ventures. Sunset Ventures invests in women-owned businesses which employ an employee-first business model.

Stephanie Cummings: CEO and Founder of Please Assist Me. Please Assist Me is an all-in-one personal home assistant mobile app and service.

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Brittany Chase is currently Adjunct Assistant Professor of Musicology and Ethnomusicology at Vanderbilt University and Belmont University. She specializes in American Popular Music and also teaches courses in World Music and the intersections of Music, Identity and Diversity.



What is your personal motto?
Live a life of integrity, in which your behavior matches your beliefs!

What characteristic do you admire most in successful entrepreneurs?
Humility! Cue Kendrick Lamar's "Humble"

What tool, object or ritual could you not live without in your workday?
My playlists. My day-to-day life is set to a soundtrack that keeps me going!

What advice would you give someone seeking to create, launch or grow a business?
Invest in relationships and take a genuine interest in people as people first, rather than as business connections. Kindness and compassion go such a long way in forming relationships and creating supportive networks!

What does the world need more of?
Hearts that are open to vulnerability, connection, and empathy. Everyone has a story that should be heard and understood.

Why the EC?The people that come here are truly genuine and kind humans. I'm not the typical entrepreneur, but the co-working space has given me more than just a place to work each day. I've met the most amazing people here who genuinely take interest in others and want each other to succeed. I love this place so much!

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Matt is the Founder & CEO at Evolve Health Services, a medical management organization offering a suite of unparalleled, customized solutions designed to assist physicians in maximizing patient care and profitability. 



What is your personal motto?
Don't ever settle!

What characteristic do you admire most in successful entrepreneurs?
Gumption - the character to Commit AND Complete. Lots of entrepreneurs can commit but only successful ones can complete what they've committed to.

What tool, object or ritual could you not live without in your workday?
My 4AM morning routine - Quiet Time, Coffee, Daily Devotion, Bible Lesson, Pray, Thinking, Ideation, Strategy, and Healthy Breakfast. I have to remind myself of my blessings, where they come from, and who I am working for.

What advice would you give someone seeking to create, launch or grow a business?
Show up. Be consistent. Have a positive outlook. Be committed for the long haul. Cultivate a burning desire backed by faith. Be willing to pay the price. Practice slight edge integrity (what you do when no one is watching).

What does the world need more of?
Dreamers, big thinkers, and those with a burning desire to make a difference.

Why the EC?
To be around the people that share the same vision and will one day change the world.

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Danielle, one of our awesome EC Advisors, is highly energized by investing in people, goal setting and achievement, brand strategy, online marketing initiatives, creative collaborations and teamwork. My favorite things in this world are people and pizza. She currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Experience Global.
 




How have you balanced utilizing both creativity & business savvy in your career?
Growing up, I thought of creativity and business as two completely different spheres. I was so wrong. Once I began to utilize my creative side in business I started to see opportunity in every department of my company! These days, I take time to dream and ideate before making any big business decisions. Total game changer.

What elements of Nashville set it apart in the music industry from other entertainment hubs, like Los Angeles or New York?
Nashville is so different from other entertainment hubs because we help each other get to the top. There is a healthier form of competition here. When people are trying to succeed, we make introductions for them, we share their music or other art forms, we make a real effort to support local creativity. Once people "make it" in music, we tend to celebrate them and feel a collective sense of pride. I have not found that in other entertainment-focused cities.

How has the EC Advisor program helped you to grow, & why is it such an important element of helping entrepreneurs grow?
The EC advisor program has stretched me as both an entrepreneur and an advisor. As an entrepreneur, I have had the benefit of other advisors sharing their wealth of industry knowledge and connections with me. As an advisor, I have the honor of helping up and coming entrepreneurs discover the insight and competitive advantages they need in order to achieve success.

What is unique about the EC Advisor program?
The EC Advisor program is one-of-a-kind because of the access it gives to entrepreneurs. You can just be starting out in your field and gain education, wisdom and advice from people that have found success at the top of your field! You can literally leapfrog over your disadvantages as a novice and learn from other people's failures and successes. That's pretty cool.

 

What is one thing on your bucket list?
Sometime in the future, I want to travel to the rural southern areas of Democratic Republic of Congo and develop a coffee export company that will provide jobs, education and financial sustainability for countless villages in that region.
 

What book or movie has had a significant impact on your life?
I've been greatly effected by a simple book called "Practicing Greatness" by Reggie McNeal. It's a book about spiritual leadership but I feel like it taught me the disciplines and gave me the permission I needed in order to lead well in every area.

 

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Renee Bobb is the founder of Music City Icons. Philanthropist, Author, Empowerment Trainer, Publisher and Radio & TV Show Host: Renee’s passion for playing basketball started in Staten Island, NYwhere she played in Middle School and High School. Upon graduation from High School, Renee went on the play Division 1 basketball at Cheyney State University. The highlight of Renee’s career was playing NATO Basketball for the United States Navy. Because of the love Renee has for game, it was easy for her to make the transition in to Owner of the Music City Icons Semi Professional Women’s Basketball Team.

What is your personal motto?

No simply means Next. Gotta keep it moving.

What characteristic do you admire most in successful entrepreneurs?

Their ability to stay focus even in the face of challenges. Their ability to recognize a set back is a set up for greatness.

What tool, object or ritual could you not live without in your workday?

Starting my day studying the Bible. Reading my daily positive affirmations that keep me focused on my goals and dreams.

What advice would you give someone seeking to create, launch or grow a business?

Learn everything you can about your industry before you launch. Find mentors that are successful in your industry and do what they do. Be true to yourself. Know your strengths and weaknesses. Don't be to prideful that you don't ask for help. Tap into all of the resources that are available to help you be a better entrepreneur. Network, network, network. That is the key to building a successful business.

What does the world need more of?

Love and forgiveness. People tend to hold on to things that block their blessings which tends to stop their ability to go to the next level. Let it go so you can grow.

Why the EC?

It's important for me to surround myself with people who share the same passion I have for entrepreneurship. I have always felt welcomed and appreciated at the EC. The mentorship and guidance from the advisors has helped me to build my business. Accountability is my secret to success. Having someone that holds me accountable makes all the difference in my business.

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Elizabeth is passionate about entrepreneurship and the power of business as a force for good. Born in Kuwait, she migrated to the US in 2002 from India and holds a Masters in Computer Applications. Elizabeth is a business consultant continuously seeking opportunities to grow and share her knowledge with fellow entrepreneurs!

From your background leading projects in business, e-commerce, and social media marketing and technology, how do startup teams find focus and reach results fastest?

By understanding the flow of their business process from start to finish, particularly what happens the second a customer comes into their business all the way to checkout and delivery.

With world experiences from starting in Kuwait, completing college in India, and migrating to the US in 2002 -- what life skills have you found are best when running a Lean Startup?

Good decision-making is the premier life skill an entrepreneur must cultivate. The more an entrepreneur learns the more he will understand and the better decisions he can make.

What do you view as the single most important factor of the EC having the advisor program?

It is service and a priceless tool that, for those who will use it well, can help individuals avoid pitfalls and unnecessary misery while starting a business. Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey and in today's highly competitive world it is good for burgeoning entrepreneurs to have a "safe place" to engage with trusted advisors. It is priceless.

Did you have an advisor when you were starting your business venture, and, if so, what did it do for the growth of your company?

I was a solopreneur by choice and did not want to "grow" my business in the traditional sense of the word. However, the challenges of acquiring clients, doing the work, and making sales were the same as any other business. My advisors came in the form of books, my favorite being "The E-Myth Revisited" by Michael Gerber. That book taught me what a business really is and it gave me the confidence to hang up a shingle and give it a go. I am very proud and happy that I did.

What is your personal motto?

"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood." ~Marie Curie

Name the biggest overall lesson you’ve learned in running a business?

Work takes time to do. There are no two ways about it. What you do is a reflection of the quality you offer, who you are and why you do it. So, do it well or do it less, either way, it will take time and effort to do.

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Cody Hutchins always knew that normal wouldn't cut it. He had to accomplish something more. While traveling abroad, Cody realized the power that a simple bracelet had to spark conversation & ignite connection. He refused to let these experiences sit idle. Bohnd Bracelets was born. Garnering attention through competitions while still in undergrad at WKU, Bohnd Bracelets quickly grew. Today, Cody's dreams of accomplishing something more have come to life as Bohnd Bracelets continues to expand & impact individuals across the globe.

What is your personal motto?

"Go big or go home."

What characteristic do you admire most in successful entrepreneurs?

When they’re super humble and constantly trying to give back to others.

What tool, object or ritual could you not live without in your workday?

My five minute morning journal. I have to remind myself every day of my goals, my purpose to love like Christ, and that there are no shortcuts so I must do the hard work.

What advice would you give someone seeking to create, launch or grow a business?

It’s probably going to be way harder than you ever expected, so really define your “why” and try to remember that progress happens day by day. Don’t look to the right or left, you’re on your own path.

What does the world need more of?

Social impact companies that are trying to solve the world’s worst problems.

Why the EC?

If Silicon Valley, NYC, and Austin, TX had a baby with southern hospitality, it would be named the Nashville EC.

 

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