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Award-winning coverage of start-ups and entrepreneurship that provides a forum for conversations about the region’s future.


Beginning in April 2017, the Tom Tom Foundation and Charlottesville Tomorrow launched a weekly Innovation Newsletter for the Charlottesville and Albemarle region. The newsletter furthers Charlottesville Tomorrow’s not-for-profit coverage of start-ups and entrepreneurship.

 

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Local businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurship initiatives shared in a new, dedicated channel by email and online.


This unique partnership aims to profile the creators, innovators and entrepreneurs who are shaping the City, as well as report on the many factors — education, zoning, regulation, equity, and community engagement– which impact the knowledge industry.

 

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Why Does Local News Matter?


See Executive Director Brian Wheeler’s keynote talk on the future of local media at the Future Forum on Wednesday April 12, 2017.

 

Local businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurship initiatives shared in a new, dedicated channel by email and online.


This unique partnership aims to profile the creators, innovators and entrepreneurs who are shaping the City, as well as report on the many factors — education, zoning, regulation, equity, and community engagement– which impact the knowledge industry.

 

See Innovation Coverage

Why Does Local News Matter?


See Executive Director Brian Wheeler’s keynote talk on the future of local media at the Future Forum on Wednesday April 12, 2017.

 

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