Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development articles below.
Over the next five years, the auto parts manufacturer will create 254 new jobs in Lewisburg, TN.
The asset management firm will create an additional 200 jobs when it moves into Nashville’s Fifth + Broadway development by the end of this year.
The South Korea-based company will invest $86.9 million and create 410 new jobs in Memphis over the next seven years.
New York-based iHeartRadio digital is expanding its team into Nashville, TN, creating new jobs in the emerging tech hub.
Fifty counties in the Volunteer State have participated in the Select Tennessee Property Evaluation Program since its inception in 2015.
The French advanced materials and electrical power company will create approximately 100 jobs in Columbia, TN.
The company has established its first U.S. operations in the former Tower Automotive facility in Milan, TN, and expects to start production next summer.
The company will expand in Lauderdale County and locate a new facility in Tipton County, bringing more than 220 jobs to West Tennessee over the next three years.
The company, which provides additive manufacturing technologies for biomedical manufacturers, will create 110 jobs over the next five years with the expansion of its Bartlett, TN operations.
The automotive supplier will create 100 new jobs in Chattanooga at a new facility that will function as its North American headquarters.
The new print-on-demand operation will be the company’s fifth U.S. facility and will create nearly 150 jobs in Jackson, TN.
The Canadian auto supplier will invest $10 million in Lawrenceburg, TN: the location was selected for its proximity to OEMs.
The plant is the Germany-based company’s second U.S. location and will create 200 new jobs over the next five years in Washington County, TN.
Tennessee has been the nerve center of the South’s auto sector for nearly four decades, and is shaping up to be a hub for electric vehicle investments.
The freight and transportation company's expansion project will create 225 new jobs at its Nashville headquarters over the next five years.
A location in the center of Freight Alley was a top priority for the logistics company, which will create 500 news jobs at its expanded Chattanooga operations.
The company will expand its Nashville area operations for the second time in two years, creating 2,010 new jobs in the process.
The global manufacturer will invest $2 million to establish a new manufacturing plant in Dayton, TN.
The grants, totaling more than $5 million, will help rural communities overcome barriers to achieve Select Tennessee site certification.
The company has selected Chattanooga as the U.S. base for its electric vehicle production and will invest $800 million in the facility.
The electroplating manufacturer will invest approximately $4 million to establish a new facility in Portland, TN.