About The Innovation District

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

Events Calendar

Discover activities and events in the area.

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.

Connected Communities: Orchard Knob

The OKC leverages the collective support of partner organizations to tackle the whole picture of health and wellness in the historically underserved neighborhood.


Answering the most basic and most complex questions about life in Chattanooga

EMPACT Program

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.

The Enterprise Center team’s commitment to racial equity

Racial Equity Statement
Members of the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga's team pose at a community event.

Nikki Sneed

We, the Staff and Executive Committee of the Board of The Enterprise Center, stand firmly with the Black community as we experience pain, anger, and grief over the violent treatment and murder of so many in the Black community. We will learn from this experience by reflecting, discussing, and taking actions that continually fight for racial equity and justice.

The team has come up with the following initial action steps:

  • Create a statement of equity to be posted publicly online and in our community event spaces
  • Increase racial equity training for staff
  • Bring more diverse representation onto our board of directors
  • Integrate racial equity resources into our existing digital training program (Tech Goes Home)
  • Use more data and mapping to help us better understand redlining and to help us make decisions, particularly around our digital equity and inclusion work
  • Increase our commitment to supporting Black-owned businesses through contract work and to use online platforms to promote those businesses
  • Take a hard look at our history and acknowledge and learn from successes and missed opportunities to be a better partner in the fight for justice and equity.

Signed, The Staff and Executive Committee of the Board The Enterprise Center