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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (June 9, 2020)

“What if we looked at entrepreneurship as a way to address challenges we face in the region or a way to recruit companies to come here?”

That question was posed by President of Sync.Space, Heath Guinn, during a recent presentation to the Kingsport Economic Development Board (KEDB) in a meeting held at Streamworks.

Guinn pointed out Sync.Space should be able to leverage Kingsport assets like the Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing and The Inventor Center to recruit start-ups.
In particular, Sync.Space is eyeing start-ups in medical devices and software, population health services and education advancement technologies.

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“We are excited to be partnering with the Knoxville Entrepreneur Center for the fifth year and new partners Sync Space and Biz Foundry to help develop potential startups,” Pete Nelson, Executive Director of AgLaunch, said. “We’re hoping that this bootcamp will give participating teams the opportunity to gain the resources and support they need to be successful in the agriculture industry, particularly for our farmers in Tennessee.”

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