Join Mind2Marketplace leaders, business executives and economic development professionals from across Tennessee on May 12, 2016 at the TN Tech University's Johnson Hall 8:00 am to 4:00 pm to learn more about how Virtual Reality is poised to become a major hub for gaming, entertainment, communications, business and social networking. Learn about next generation low-cost Virtual Reality devices and how they are being used in industry and education by some of the region's premier leaders in this exciting new technology. Also tour the University's iCUBE and IMakerSpace programs.
Hosted by Nissan at their EV Battery Plant
Mind2Marketplace leaders, business executives and economic development professionals from across Middle Tennessee met on October 8, 2015 to learn more about a new federal Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) designation that benefits our automotive industry. Also, attendees received an exclusive 'behind the scenes' tour the Nissan battery assembly facility.
Mind2Marketplace is pleased to announce it has reached agreement to fund research on STEM education dynamics in Tennessee. Mind2Marketplace will partner with the TSBDC lead center in Murfreesboro to support reseach at the BERC center at MTSU.
In lieu of hosting a meeting in Q1, the Mind2Marketplace board decided to sponsor the annual MTSU STEM Research conference. Mind2Marketplace members and affiliates are invited to participate in this conference at the Doubletree Hotel in Murfreesboro on Feb 6th - 7th. Click here for free online registration. Thirty slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Panel discussion with representatives from various types of "entrepreneurial spaces" including: shared office/meeting space, state-supported regional accelerators and small private incubators.
This event provided a unique opportunity to learn from folks who've seen numerous startups launch. Participants heard stories of amazing successes, scary failures and everything in between.
The April 16th Mind2Marketplace meeting covered the topic of 3D printing with emphasis on education and industrial applications in Middle Tennessee. Our first speakers were Melinda Hamby and Liam Page from Central Magnet in Murfreesboro. Our keynote was delivered by Tom Mueller from 3D Systems and Tracy Beard from their 3DProparts division in Lawrenceburg. See full article for links to presentation decks.
The evening at Maple Street Grille in Murfreesboro included informal networking time, dinner and a presentation about the carbon fiber research program at UTSI with Dr. Ahmad (Adam) Vakili, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Director Technology Transfer and Economic Development, University of Tennessee Space Institute. Click headline for full meeting notes and photos.
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