Fortune.com Highlights Chattanooga as Startup-Friendly


Fortune.com says “One of America's Most Startup-Friendly Cities is in Tennessee,” (can you guess which one?). The article highlights the gig and features a Q&A with Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke and Skuid founder and CEO Ken McElrath.

Read the full story here


Pictured: Jennifer Hoff, Founder, Skye Strategies.

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