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Chattanooga Launches Gig City Goes Quantum

Chattanooga has launched a new initiative, “Gig City Goes Quantum,” to prepare for education, jobs, and business opportunities in the emerging quantum technology sector. The announcement was made by Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly during a recent meeting of the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C). The initiative will leverage EPB’s Quantum Networkpowered by Qubitekk, to accelerate

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STEM Careers Place First at Chattanooga Green Prix 2023

Tennessee’s future workforce is being shaped by electric vehicle (EV) technologies. Volkswagen’s ID.4 and local expansions from companies like NOVONIX are bringing new manufacturing jobs to Chattanooga, making EVs a key component of the city’s sustainable future. For the past five years, green|spaces has held a unique competition for Hamilton County Schools, offering students the

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Local Artists Debut Inside Hamilton County’s Business Development Center

The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) was recently selected as new managers and curators of art displayed at the INCubator inside the Hamilton County Business Development Center (BDC). Originally launched as Art at the INCubator by Gail Rich through Jumpstart Art, the art collection began as a loan program to display local artwork inside the

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