Innovation Nashville is a forum that offers direct, uncensored access to information and ideas from individuals in the entrepreneurial, technology and media/entertainment communities who are driving change throughout Nashville and globally.
Join us as guests share their stories about what they’re working on and the forward looking companies they lead in an informal, transparent, non-solicitous environment. These monthly-themed conversations at the intersection of three areas: 1. Entertainment, 2. Technology, and 3. Entrepreneurship, feature thought leaders who understand the past and are creating the next generation of scalable new media companies.
Nashville’s Technology, Innovation & Entertainment Entrepreneurship Forum.
Innovation Nashville - Episode #8 with David Corts of Aol/StudioNow. Vice President, Product and Operations, Content Platforms at AOL, Founder and COO of StudioNow.
Innovation Group Nashville's May guest is TIme Smith. Tim is Founder, President, CEO of MyWerx, LLC. MyWerx is a web based Intellectual Property Optimization solution for digital products.
Innovation Nashville, April guest is Jason Moon Wilkins from Next Big Nashville. He'll be talking to us about the evolution of the "non-country" side of Music City, his thoughts on this year's SXSW and where he sees the state of the music industry from a Nashville perspective.
Innovation Nashville - Episode #5 with John Pisciotta - Innovating Entertainment - Music Row 2.0, How Nashville can continue to stay "Music City" in the New Entertainment World, from Podcamp Nashville 2011
Innovation Group Nashville - Episode #4 with Steve Keller at iV Music Group About Innovation Group Nashville: Innovation Group Nashville is a monthly fireside chat, gathering Nashville's thought leaders in technology, entertainment and new media.
Innovation Nashville's March guest is Brian Fox, founder of Capital Confirmation Inc. From a Garage to the Inc. 500 -- One Entrepreneur's Journey. Brian is the creator of electronic audit confirmation, a web-based system that replaces the conventional paper confirmation process.