Tennessee Economic Development Guide
Tennesse is an epicenter of American music, from Beale Street in Memphis to the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. The state is also home to eight Fortune 500 companies, including top employer FedEx, that has helped make the state a major transportation and logisitcs center. Nissan and Volkswagen plants make auto manufacturing one of Tennessee’s major industries alongside health care and energy technology. The economy of Tennessee also relies on its vast education system with universities and colleges that include Tennessee State University and the University of Tennessee.
Leadership, jobs, global connection and growth put Tennessee on the map for business.
Discover top industries in Tennessee that drive the diverse economy and communities they employ.
The Volunteer State's auto industry is in the fast lane for growth.
Companies, such as South Korea-based Hankook Tire and Italian gun maker Beretta USA are choosing Tennessee.
TN offers entrepreneurs connections, industry networks and a quality of life that stumps big name tech cities.
Learn why growing numbers of global, national and local businesses are making Tennessee their corporate address of choice.
Discover how the Tennessee health-care and medical-device sector is shaping the future of medicine and patient care throughout the state
Tennessee students may choose from 51 public colleges, 36 private institutions and 27 technology centers.