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10 Jan

Family emergencies drove creation of The CPR LifeWrap

January 10, 2017     Teknovation.biz     News

While Felicia Jackson describes herself as a “closet inventor,” it was two family emergencies – one that ended on a positive note, but one that did not – that led her to create something called The CPR LifeWrap. The Chattanooga native and mother of three has spent more than 20 years in the medical field in acute inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient care, and home health settings. Jackson…
10 Jan

A Call to Action

January 10, 2017     By Bex     News

With so much tragedy and controversy these days, many of us are left with the feeling of “What can I do to help?” As someone who moved to Chattanooga from another state, I consider myself lucky to now be a part of this community. The way in which people here come together in the wake of tragedy always amazes me. This community understands that we are much stronger together. Today, I…
Local entrepreneur Lisa Tumlin is opening a transitional home for HIV-positive women, and she's looking for a last few donations before women start moving in next week.  "I'm trying to supply everything and I'm paying the rent," she said.  Although she has gotten a lot of what she needs, such as linens and beds, she's still in need of a kitchen table, computer and washer/dryer—which…
18 Dec

Sometimes life serves as inspiration for entrepreneurs...

December 18, 2016     By LAUNCH     News

And sometimes that inspiration comes in the form of a miracle. At just 15 years old, Ternae Jordan, Jr. was an innocent bystander in a shooting and was struck in the head by a stray bullet. He lost his life that day, but was later resuscitated although left brain dead and blind. Somehow, he not only survived, but can also see and function normally. With the bullet still lodged between his brain…
5 Dec

Chattanooga Incubator program

December 5, 2016     FOX Chattanooga     News

Watch the video over at FoxChattanooga.com.
LAUNCH Chattanooga and The Company Lab receive more than $450,000 combined to support female and minority entrepreneurs CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (December 5, 2016) – The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has awarded LAUNCH Chattanooga and The Company Lab (CO.LAB) a combined $452,750 to expand support for women and minority entrepreneurs in the Chattanooga area. The funds will be administered in…