Startup Week CHA 2021 Startup Week CHA 2021

Vendor Booth

Monday, October 18, 2021

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Make + learn: Buttons + 4th Floor magic

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!

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The Donna Show - Get Reignited Chattanooga with The Queen Connector!
Donna Christian - Lowe
Donna Christian - Lowe
The Donna Show LIVE “Chattanooga’s Queen Connector” (Radio. TV. Social. Professional /On Air @WPTP 100.1 FM, Executive Producer & Radio Host

Chattanooga's Queen Connector is one of Chattanooga Community Champions for Startup Week CHA! 

A female-owned media company will cover this year's Startup Week events up close and personal. Donna will connect with speakers, entrepreneurs, business owners, organizers, and attendees of Startup Week CHA 2021. Get reignited Chattanooga and win Startup Week Swag and MORE!!!!

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Community through Language
Chattanooga School of Language
Chattanooga School of Language
Chattanooga School of Language

Come see how you can learn to communicate in another language with the Chattanooga School of Language.


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Your business + pop-ups + The Mall
Nicole Burney
Nicole Burney
CBL Properties, Senior Corporate Specialty Leasing Manager

The 90s are back and the mall is calling! 

Calling all start-ups, artisans, small business owners, niche specialties, and boutique owners.


Learn how your business can host a popup shop at Hamilton Place Mall or Northgate Mall.

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Partnership for Families, American Sign Language
Pam Smith
Pam Smith
Partnership Services for the Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing, Director

Are you interested in learning American Sign Language (ASL)? Need to know where, how, or when to get or use an ASL interpreter? Partnership’s Deaf Services is the only non-profit interpret agency in the area and is the host to the only community center for individuals with a hearing disability in our area.  Stop by and learn more about our services.