Nashville Area Economic Development
Home to more than 1.5 million people in a 10-county region that includes population centers such as Murfreesboro, Clarksville and Franklin, the Nashville area, known as Music City USA for its country music heritage, is an international hub for all types of music production. Major industries in the Nashville economy include entertainment, manufacturing, distribution, health care and technology. The region also boasts dozens of colleges and universities, and a world-class arts and cultural scene.
The Nashville area's business advantages and quality of life are drawing talent and investment
Discover the growing downtown districts near Nashville, Tenn., and find out why they're worth the drive from Music City.
Wealth of resources and a supportive business community help entrepreneurial companies flourish
Colleges and universities produce talent that keeps the Nashville area's economic engine running
Professional soccer franchise adds to the Nashville area's sporting pedigree
Already a health care capital, the Nashville area is establishing itself as a health care information technology hub
How direct air service to London and construction of a new international terminal will make it easier for international companies to do business in Nashville.
Labor cost advantages and workforce build a strong advanced manufacturing sector in the Nashville area
The Nashville area charts a bold course for transit and airport expansion