Transaction Readiness: Preparing Today to be Your Best Tomorrow

Sometimes we don’t know when a good thing is right around the corner. When you are not expecting that good thing, it can find you unprepared and scrambling, or worse… missing out altogether.   You have likely heard stories from those who have stumbled upon their dream home and quickly realized that they needed to get… Read More

Our Takeaways from Health:Further 2016

First of all, if you missed the Health:Further 2016 conference, you truly missed out. It was (and will continue to be) a fantastic gathering of some of the healthcare industry’s leading movers and shakers, and it placed Nashville squarely in the center of healthcare innovation over a two-day window this August. While great content was delivered… Read More

Make or Break: 10 Keys to Financial Savviness

We’ll cut to the chase.  Very few companies make it to $1mm in revenue, with far less ever reaching $10mm. What separates those companies that have arrived from the many others? Quite simply, they know their numbers. If you aren’t overly confident in what your investable story looks like, or if you aren’t sure where you business… Read More

Positioning Your Company for a Future Transaction: Charlie Brock

Part Three: Charlie Brock Charlie Brock has been serving as Launch Tennessee’s President & CEO since January 2013. Launch Tennessee is a statewide public-private entity charged with developing Tennessee’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. Prior to Launch Tennessee, Charlie served for a year as CEO of CO.LAB, a Chattanooga accelerator that runs the summer GIGTANK program. Brock is… Read More

Positioning Your Company for a Future Transaction

Part One: William Seibels Attracting investors requires your company to have an investable story, and as William Seibels, former CFO of Change Healthcare Corporation, shares in the first of this three-part blog series, aspirations alone won’t get you the backing you need. So what can you do to position your company for a future transaction (and a… Read More