New open-source website highlights local startupsFeb 15, 2013, 10:00 (1 Talkback[s])
After winning Gig Tank, securing funding and moving to Chattanooga to work with startup incubator Lamp Post, Weigel and co-creator Toni Gamayel created a website called Nooga Startups that highlights and links to new, local businesses.
The website is open-source, which means developers have access to the code and can enter their website's information and request for it to be included.
Local business leaders can either issue a request using Github—which is an online location where developers house their open-source code—or they can email the Nooga Startups team to be included.
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