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On Wednesday, April 16th, ten Charlottesville-based musicians battled to win one of three prizes at the Tom Tom Founders Festival’s Singer/Songwriter Competition.
HackCville wants to make sure you don’t miss out on one of our new favorites, the Founders Summit, where 19 of the most influential innovators will be speaking on what it takes to found a business. Here are our top 10 most compelling arguments for why you should stop by.
On April 16th, Tom Tom will host the Crowd-Funded Pitch Night, in which the audience will select a startup to receive the crowd-funded pool of money. HackCville Media gives a sneak peek of the event.
In just a few short years, Joshua Anton has built an app with over 300,000 users and counting. Almost everyday it seems as if another major news outlet is covering his story and every week, thousands of new downloads help expand his user-base. He sat down to speak a little about his journey, challenges, hopes, and advice.
OpenGrounds is empowering diverse thinkers at the University of Virginia to collaborate on cross-disciplinary ideas and projects.
When people ask me if belonging to a community like HackCville “works”, I say yes – because even when someone isn’t producing a tangible product, they are still getting something out of being a part of a place like this.
HackCville hosted the second Creative Lockin on Friday, March 20th, with 12 hours of art, music, improv comedy, and creative madness.
Take an exclusive look into the reincarnation of the beloved Para Coffee into Grit Cafe, as the owners discuss branding, entrepreneurship, community, and of course, coffee.
Inspired by a research grant she received as an undergraduate, Batten School alum Emily Laser now works for the nonprofit social enterprise One Acre Fund.