About The Innovation District

Where Chattanooga’s entrepreneurs, academics, and creatives collide. 

1 Million Cups

Educating, engaging, and connecting entrepreneurs.

Basecamp

A coworking event in the heart of the Innovation District.

Resiliency Checklist

Everything you need to prepare your organization for a crisis.

Small Business Supports

Helping small business owners across the region.

The Edney Innovation Center

The front door to the Innovation District of Chattanooga.

Tech Goes Home

Expanding access to technology and teaching digital literacy.

Digital Access Committee

Bringing together partners to close the digital divide, together.

HCS EdConnect

Home internet at no cost to thousands of families.

Preparing residents for the jobs of tomorrow, and today. 

Chattanooga Smart Communities Collaborative

Working together to identify our region’s challenges and create solutions.

Environmental Sensors

Collecting and analyzing air quality data from across our region with US Ignite.

Education (4K Microscope & Lola)

High-tech tools in Hamilton County’s classrooms.

Community Connectivity

Expanding access to the internet in homes and neighborhoods.

Resiliency Checklist

The Resiliency Checklist is designed to help small businesses, nonprofits, and faith-based organizations withstand a crisis.

The checklist helps organizations build their resilience by ensuring they have the tools and resources needed to thrive in the face of the challenges associated with pandemics, natural disasters, and other crises. The tool guides users through a series of questions and then creates a customized “resiliency checklist” for them to complete along with a curated list of resources that will assist with the process.

The Resiliency Checklist was created by The Enterprise Center, in collaboration with the City of Chattanooga and community partners, with open source software so that other cities may replicate the project. Contact us (info below) for more information about bringing the Resiliency Checklist to your community.

Staying prepared

In the wake of the Covid-19 crisis and the tornado that came through the region in the spring, many small businesses and nonprofits were unable to apply for available local, state, and federal aid because they were not prepared with the proper documentation. This new tool should help business owners and nonprofit leaders stay prepared for whenever a crisis might arise.

The toolkit is available in both English and Spanish.

Contact Us About The Resiliency Checklist

Kevin Love, Director of Innovation District Programs, kevin@theenterprisectr.org