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Nashville Entrepreneur Week Returns After Two Year Break

Conference to be held May 3 – 5, 2022 at Nashville Technology Council’s Tech Hill Commons

Nashville Entrepreneur Week (NEW) announced the return of its signature FREE event dedicated to bringing entrepreneurs of all kinds together to celebrate community and connection while providing a forum for education, networking and support. This year’s theme, “Connect, Collaborate, Impact”, reflects the thriving Nashville entrepreneur ecosystem and the conference’s goal to provide a forum for business leaders to support one another and share insights along their entrepreneurial journey. NEW will be held May 3 – 5, 2022 at the Nashville Technology Council’s Tech Hill Commons.

“When it comes to starting or sustaining a business, sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know,” said Angela Crane-Jones, CEO of the Nashville Business Incubation Center. “NEW is a chance to connect with business leaders across different industries. It doesn’t matter where you or your business stands on its growth journey. Nashville Entrepreneur Week is your moment to start experiencing growth.” ~ Angela Crane-Jones

Independent businesses in Nashville continue to see incredible growth and NEW will provide an opportunity for early-stage entrepreneurs to learn from those with well-established businesses. More than 10 workshops covering everything from product entrepreneurship to technology automation, marketing and small business funding, will provide not only an opportunity for education but for like-minded entrepreneurs to connect and share experiences.

Thanks to this year’s sponsors, including Eat Well Nashville, Lyft and Turner Construction, those interested in joining NEW can now register for FREE at www.nashvilleentrepreneurweek.com.

This year’s event is being planned by Angela Crane-Jones, Haley “Zap” Zapolski, Jarrett Strickland and being supported by a team of more than 30 volunteers. For more information on Nashville Entrepreneur Week, visit www.nashvilleentrepreneurweek.com.

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