The Entrepreneur Center has begun taking applications for 16 positions that will lead various initiatives under Advance Nashville, a program that will look to build public-private partnerships in various areas of entrepreneurship. (Check out the focus areas here.) The new program looks set to seriously lighten the load for EC boss Michael Burcham, who is chairing Advance Nashville.
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The team at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center will on Friday unveil IdeaFrame, an application that promises to tell budding entrepreneurs in less than 10 minutes if their idea is worth pursuing. The software, which was created and designed by EC boss Michael Burcham and entrepreneur-in-residence Scott Rouse, has been used by EC mentors and advisors to vet the ideas that land on their desks. Check out more here.
According to a post on the Entrepreneurs’ Organization website, Nashville Entrepreneur Center head Michael Burcham is being recognized as a "Champion of Change."
EO Nashville member Michael Burcham has been selected as a “Champion of Change” as part of President Obama’s “Winning the Future” initiative. On March 7, he will be honored at the White House for his leadership in mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs.
This is such a huge honor, congratulations Michael!