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Where Community Meets Opportunity In Entrepreneurship

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Chattanooga Entrepreneur Week

Among the community partners for the inaugural Chattanooga Entrepreneur Week: Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, which is presenting the week with the Chattanooga Business Resource Collective - and the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce.

Marcus Cade-Johnson is a commercial lender with TVFCU.

Darian Scott is Director of Economic Inclusion at the Chamber.

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