Thursday, October 30, 2014 · 12:41 p.m.
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Southtree is a local company whose leaders create DVDs or editable digital files from VCR tapes, home movie reels, photo prints and slides. (Photo: Contributed)

 

Chattanooga businessman and Southtree co-founder Adam Boeselager gave advice via Entrepreneurs Unpluggd about financing startups. 

Southtree.com, which helps preserve aging home movies and photos digitally, started in a garage before leaders moved to the current offices on South Broad Street earlier this year. 

In August, the company announced that they reached a milestone—they had created more than 1 million DVDs, digitally preserving countless memories. 

Southtree.com leaders create DVDs or editable digital files from VCR tapes, home movie reels, photo prints and slides. 

Most of the business the company does comes from outside Tennessee. 

And during the first three years in business, Southtree.com experienced 70 percent growth, according to Nooga.com archives. 

According to Entrepreneurs Unpluggd, the company is now worth nearly $1 million. 

In the Entrepreneurs Unpluggd post, Boeselager gave five tips on how to self-finance a startup. 

Tips include taking the leap, despite fears and challenges, and starting the business instead of making excuses and finding reasons not to start, as well as reinvesting everything and hiring interns. 

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