This is the second half of Marcus’ keynote at the 2019 HFMA Annual Conference. In this talk Marcus talks about the true challenges that face the industry as headwinds, the legacy that the industry should be leveraging and the what’s on the line should we decide to innovate or not.Read More
Marcus Whitney leads ever-evolving investment and innovation firm Jumpstart Foundry. He’s one of the partners behind an effort to bring a minor league soccer team to Nashville. And he’s writing a book on entrepreneurship, part of his latest venture, The Unlikely Co., which is designed to show a broader pool of people the path to entrepreneurship. In short: He’s a busy guy.Read More
Marcus Whitney, CEO of Health:Further, a Nashville initiative that links startups, the established health care industry and policymakers to the disparate factors and sectors that impact health.Read More
Marcus Whitney, who will cut back on his responsibilities at Nashville’s Jumpstart Foundry to expand Health:Further into a vehicle to make health policy ideas, called this moment “the opportunity of our generation.”Read More
At the end of this month, 16 entrepreneurs will pitch 10 business ideas to an audience of business and community leaders. If they’re successful, they might land a little bit of grant money, some free feedback or even a new mentor.
But these founders won’t look like those at your standard pitch event. Why?
The 10 businesses pitching are the product of Oasis Venture, a teen entrepreneurship program launched earlier this year in partnership with The Unlikely Co., well-known Nashville entrepreneur Marcus Whitney’s latest venture. The program is hosted by the Oasis Center, an organization focused on outreach to at-risk youth.Read More