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Nashville International Business

Nashville International Business
Increasing foreign direct investment and exports keeps the Nashville region on the leading edge of international business. Pro-business policy, cost advantages and location make Nashville a frontrunner in global trade.
Since 2001, 155 internationally owned companies have relocated or expanded in the Middle Tennessee region, creating more than 14,400 new jobs. With international… read more

Chamber of Commerce report takes ‘Vital Signs’ of Nashville area

Chamber of Commerce report takes ‘Vital Signs’ of Nashville area

While Nashville has much to be proud of — from its low cost of living to its diverse portfolio of employers — leaders throughout the area need to work together to tackle other challenges facing the region, according to a report released today by the Nashville… read more

Music City Center gets its first quarterly report card

Music City Center gets its first quarterly report card

The Music City Center has generated over $26 million in economic impact during its first full quarter of operations, Convention Center Authority officials announced today.
The $623 million convention center, which opened in late May, held 100 events in July, August and September. In total, the events… read more

Peter Nappi Owner Nominated For Emerging Entrepreneur

Phillip Nappi, owner and founder of Peter Nappi, has been nominated for Emerging Entrepreneur of 2013 by Entrepreneur Magazine.
Peter Nappi is a luxury Italian footwear company and a Nashville favorite among locals. Named after Phillip’s grandfather, Peter Nappi combines familial Italian roots with a desire to produce quality leather products.
Nashville continues to draw, and… read more

Metro selling historic 222 Building downtown

Historic downtown structure studied as possible hotel
Metro officials are looking to sell an 1890s-era downtown Nashville building, activity that has already drawn interest from developers exploring its conversion into a boutique hotel, among other possibilities.
The city-owned building known as the 222 Building, so called for its address at 222 Third Ave. N. and home… read more

Getting a Home Inspection

Before you finalize your house purchase, be sure the house is in good condition. The best way is to have a professional inspection.
Inspecting the physical condition of a house is an important part of the home-buying process and should be included in your purchase contract as a condition of closing the sale. One or more… read more

Nashville strikes new chords for visitor

Nashville strikes new chords for visitor
 
You’ve got a little time to kill in the city you’re visiting, and you’re feeling adventurous. But you’d rather not go to the trendy neighborhood that everyone says is the must-do. After all, once all the tourists know about it, how authentic can it be?
Here’s an intriguing alternative:… read more

Southern Artisan Cheese Festival 2013

Southern Artisan Cheese Festival 2013

The Southern Artisan Cheese Festival is on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the Neuhoff Building in Germantown. Join in the celebration of artisan cheese, craft beer and food movement in Nashville. There will be more than 50 vendors from various states across the Southeast.
New to this years festival is the … read more

Southern Festival Of Books 2013

Southern Festival Of Books 2013
Revealed by the Downtown Nashville Guru on 07/22/13

The 2013 Southern Festival of Books is from October 11th to October 13th at War Memorial Plaza. This free festival will be filled with performances, author readings, book signing, and exhibitors.
Dates & Times:

Friday, October 11th – Noon to 6:00pm
Saturday, October… read more

Two Boots Nashville–New York style pizza in Midtown

Two Boots Nashville – Now Open In Midtown

History
Two Boots is a New York style pizza joint that has been around since 1987, and just opened its 13th location in Nashville. We met the founder of the Nashville location, Sam Boyer, who lives in town with his wife. Sam was so enthusiastic about bringing Two… read more

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