Monday, October 18, 2021
Stop by the Chattanooga Public Library table to make an official Startup Week button and learn all about the 4th Floor Makerspace. Located in the Downtown Library at 1001 Broad St, the Makerspace is a community hub for entrepreneurs, artists, musicians, and more. With just a library card, you get access to 3D printers, laser cutters, vinyl plotters, a CNC router, large format printer, screen printing, a sewing lab, and co-working spaces!
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Get a guided tour of the first Innovation District established by a mid-sized city. The vibrant and walkable district is home to the city’s main downtown public spaces and a host of coffee shops and restaurants, linked by attractive streets, public art, a bike share program and free downtown electric shuttle. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water for this hour-long walking tour.
Thursday, October 21, 2021
THIS EVENT REQUIRES A SEPARATE REGISTRATION AND IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 15 PEOPLE ON SITE, SO ARRIVE EARLY.
Meet some of the coolest Startup companies and support groups in Chattanooga – up close and personal, yet while being socially distant. Join Adventure Sports Innovation on a riding tour around the city using their “ChattaScooters.” The tour will stop at numerous business locations, where participants will get to meet and hear from entrepreneurs who are building their dream companies right here in the Scenic City. We’ll also include a couple of organizations whose mission is to help entrepreneurs to get started and succeed. Our tour will feature short stops at multiple venues, and our hosts will share their story and other interesting stories about the entrepreneurial side of the city. Participants will be given a brief tutorial and safety briefing, plus a little practice time before the tour kicks off. Helmets will be provided. Group size is limited, so sign up early. We’ll create an EventBrite signup, to ensure we have enough devices for all registered participants.
Meet the team — and see the space while it's still being built — of Chattanooga's new early-stage capital and founder's club. Built & funded by the founders of Bellhop and Lamp Post Group, Brickyard recruits world-class founders from all over the country to exit the rat-race, and build unencumbered alongside others in it, and those who’ve been through it.
Friday, October 22, 2021
You've likely driven or walked on the UTC testbed for Smart Cities located downtown on MLK Boulevard, but do you know about the innovation taking place? Join UTC for a walk-and-talk tour of the space and learn how innovative technology is being developed and deployed in a real-world setting - right here in Chattanooga!
You can find the meeting point here.
Glass Street has a new street park called Love Park in front of our new grocery store! Come out and celebrate this new public space with us. We have arranged for a fun afternoon with DJ MC PRO, Chef Q’s Off the Grill food truck, a live mural painting, and more! Let’s celebrate all things #StartupWeek in East Chatt!
Stove Works provides local, national, and international artists a venue for the production of, exhibition of, and education through Contemporary works of Art. Come see April Childer's exhibition, I am Not a Cartoon, in the main gallery. Galleries are open from Noon - 6:30 Wednesday - Saturday.
Starting or growing your food based business? This tour is for you!
The Kitchen Incubator of Chattanooga is designed for food-centric businesses in the beginning stages of business. Think food truck owners looking for commissary and storage; caterers, bakers, or distributors in need of a kitchen; small businesses looking for a physical location to sell their food at periodic pop-ups or food truck markets.
Come meet the team, tour the space and find out if the Kitchen Incubator of Chattanooga is the right place for you.
THIS EVENT IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 25 PEOPLE ON SITE, SO ARRIVE EARLY.
Just a short 15-minute drive from downtown Chattanooga and you will find yourself on our serene six acre homestead in Hixson. Why yoga with goats, you ask? Because goat cuddles reduce anxiety and depression by increasing oxytocin and dopamine levels, those good ole bonding and feel-good hormones. Now who doesn’t need more of that especially these days? When you come to Moser Manor Farms you will be instantly surrounded by serene, calming pastures. You’ll join us in our outdoor common area on the side of the barn next to the animal pastures where you’ll find mats we provide waiting for you.
This session is limited to 25 people and reservations are required.
THIS EVENT IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 15 PEOPLE ON SITE, SO ARRIVE EARLY.
Visit 4 restaurants along Historic MLK Blvd. These Chattanooga staples exemplify culture and tenacity of establishments generations strong. This history-oriented walking tour mixes new and timeless eateries.
Saturday, October 23, 2021
THIS EVENT REQUIRES A SEPARATE TICKET WHICH CAN BE PURCHASED HERE.
Join us at Finley Stadium on Saturday, October 23rd, as Chattanooga FC will take on New Amsterdam FC in a professional NISA league match at 7:30 PM.
Throughout the day Operation Get Active, one of the non-profits from the CFC Foundation, will be hosting their Corporate Cup at Finley Stadium.
This tournament will bring together many different corporations from all over Chattanooga to compete in a friendly soccer tournament. It will start in the early afternoon and include a social networking event before our match. The tournament will also conclude with the championship match taking place on the field at halftime of the CFC match that night.
Head over to operationgetactive.org if you would like to learn more or donate to this great cause!
We welcome you all to come hang out and cheer on your favorite local companies on Saturday. We hope to see you all there! #alwaysforward
Purchase your tickets to the match at cfctix.com.