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Nashville entrepreneur Center

The EC is a Nashville based non-profit on a mission to connect entrepreneurs with critical resources to create, launch and grow businesses. Started in 2010 with the tagline "from ideas to reality" and now one of nine Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hubs, the EC provides resources to help any entrepreneur start a new business, scaling a growing venture or expand an existing business.

Kelli Nowers

Social enterprise Alliance

The Nashville Chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance serves as a key catalyst in the rapidly growing world of social enterprise by providing resources and opportunities to our members: a network of nonprofits, social businesses, and educators who champion financially sustainable social innovation.

Local Contact: Hannah Pechan

Nashville chamber of commerce Business studio

Business Studio is designed for small business owners to build your business, connect with peers and customers and discover new ideas and inspiration to grow and thrive. 

Local Contact: Chris Cotton


Nashville Fashion Alliance

The Nashville Fashion Alliance's mission is to incubate and accelerate emerging fashion brands through advocacy, economic development, resource development, and education.

Julia Dyer


Savvy Coders

We're Savvy Coders, and it's our mission to teach the basics of web design and programming to everyone with the desire to learn. Because knowing how to code isn't just a neat thing to know; it's an essential skill for the 21st century.

Refinery Nashville

Nashville's community of small businesses and entrepreneurs. Offering workspace and resources to help your business thrive.

Trevor Burbank


Bunker Labs

Bunker Labs was created to help military veterans start and grow businesses. There will be 200,000 service members coming off of active duty each year over the next five years, and 25% of them want to start a business. They need places inside their community where they can connect with the people, the resources, and the support that they need in order to start and grow their businesses. Bunker Labs network is designed to fill that space. 

The Entrepreneurial Mind

Visit the growing community of business owners at The Entrepreneurial Mind
for access to the latest insights from Belmont's Jack C. Massey Chair in Entrepreneurship, Dr. Cornwall as well as searchable resources on topics ranging from bootstrapping a startup to exiting an established enterprise.