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Tennessee Directory of Economic Development Organizations

Tennessee Directory of Economic Development Organizations.

Quick Facts

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam

  • Capital: Nashville
  • Population (2015 Est.): 6,600,299
  • Largest Cities (2015): Memphis, 655,770; Nashville-Davidson (balance), 654,610; Knoxville, 185,291; Chattanooga, 176,588
  • Targeted Industries: Business Services, Chemicals, Plastics & Rubber, Food & Agribusiness, Distribution & Logistics, Aerospace & Defense, Transportation, Healthcare & Medical Devices, Energy Technology, Automotive, Advanced Manufacturing
  • Key Incentives: FastTrack Economic Development Fund, FastTrack Job Training Assistance Program, Job Tax Credit, Sales & Use Tax Exemptions
  • GDP (All Industry 2015): $314.2 billion*

*Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce


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Blount Partnership

Bryan Daniels, CEcD, CCE, IOM
President & CEO
201 South Washington Street
Maryville, TN 37804

The Blount Partnership provides opportunities for small businesses, corporate locations, manufacturing, technology commercialization and corporate retreats. Our goal is to ensure a robust economy for an unrivaled quality of life.


Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce

Allen Hester, CCE
President & CEO
2000 Commerce Avenue
Dyersburg, TN 38024
P: 731-285-3433

Dyersburg/Dyer County Tennessee is centrally located on the I-69 corridor, featuring CN Railroad service, a new intermodal river port nearby, newly designated foreign trade zones, a “Deal Ready” speculative building and rail sites ready for development.


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