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Calling all entrepreneurs: Here’s what you could learn at the 10th annual 3686 festival

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3686, the festival that has drawn visitors nationwide + internationally, is named for Nashville’s geographic coordinates.

Photo provided by Launch Tennessee

For the past 10 years, thousands of entrepreneurs + investors nationwide gather for LaunchTN’s multi-day entrepreneur festival, 3686, this year held at Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Music City.

The Sept. 19-21 event will feature talks by leading entrepreneurial, tech, and venture capital thought leaders on relevant + timely topics.

Attendees can engage in investor connections, networking sessions, interactive meetups, and entertainment — all against the vibrant backdrop of downtown Nashville.

Get tix to the South’s biggest entrepreneurial conference

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