Mayor Berke and Skuid CEO Ken McElrath on Why Chattanooga is Perfect for Startups

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Last week, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke and Skuid CEO Ken McElrath interviewed with Cheddar, a digital video steaming service broadcasting live from the New York Stock Exchange.

Berke and and McElrath highlight Chattanooga as an ideal place for businesses to locate, invest and grow. Mayor Berke details the economic impact of the city’s fiber optic smart grid and Ken explains the benefits of operating a business in Chattanooga.

Check out the interview here

Focused on business-minded millennials, Cheddar highlights tech and consumer stocks while also covering the intersection of tech, media, news and culture.

Berke and McElrath also gave career advice on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, which you can sneak a peek at in this Snapchat video:

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