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Thursday, August 30 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Find out how to use Opportunity Zones in your community

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Opportunity Zones are a federal community development tool that aim to drive more capital to low- and moderate-income areas of the country, including 176 tracts here in Tennessee, many of them home to emerging startups, incubators and tech transfer offices. Reinvesting capital gains in Opportunity Zones can earn federal tax benefits. Qualifying investments include startup and growth companies, real estate, retail and a variety of others. At this in-depth workshop, you’ll learn how to make this program work for your community, including guidance on receiving significant tax benefits while investing in the companies of tomorrow.

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Anne Driscoll

President & COO, Launch Pad
Anne is a long-time Valley exec turned passionate startup advocate. As head of Marketing & Brand at Google, she led the creation of the employment brand, the codification of culture and helped drive the global expansion from 3000 employees to 20,000. Her work with the people analytics... Read More →
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Jeremy Keele

Senior Advisor, Sorenson Impact Foundation
Jeremy Keele is launching an impact investment fund focused on using private capital to improve lives in disadvantaged communities.Until recently, Jeremy was the President & CEO of the Sorenson Impact Center at the University of Utah, whose mission is to marshal capital for social... Read More →
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John Lanahan

Director of Capital Formation, Launch Tennessee
As the Director of Capital Formation, John works to grow investment into Tennessee-based startups through entrepreneur development, building investor and corporate networks and leading policy initiatives that help spur private investment across the state. He manages the $30M INCITE... Read More →
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Rachel Reilly

Director of Impact Investing, Enterprise Community Partners
Rachel Reilly is the Director of Impact Investing at Enterprise Community Partners where she raises debt capital from socially-responsible investors through the Enterprise Community Impact Note – a $100 million offering. She also leads public policy efforts to expand private investment... Read More →

Thursday August 30, 2018 10:00am - 10:45am
BB King's Blues Club 152 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201

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