In today’s digital age, there is no shortage of data collected from consumers and businesses. With technological advances and the rise of computers and the Internet, mass amounts of data are generated while shopping online, carrying a GPS-equipped smartphone or communicating on social media channels.
Those attending the final legislative panel discussion of the Capitol Connections series gave retiring state Rep. Harry Brooks a standing ovation in honor of his 16 years of service, which included leading efforts to bring greater accountability to Tennessee public education.
Students in the Knoxville Chamber’s third Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) took part in an investor panel on March 27, in which they pitched their business concepts to a panel of three local investors.
The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA), the world’s largest composites industry trade organization, hosted its Composites Recycling Conference at the Hilton Knoxville from April 10 – 12. Session topics ranged from “Properties of Recycled Fibers” to “Re-purposing Aerospace Production Scrap.”