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Williamson County Economic Development

Welcome to the Fastest Growing County in Tennessee

It’s easy to see why Williamson County continues to rank as a top community for site selectors, entrepreneurs and talented workers. The county's schools, recreational facilities and housing options are among the best in the nation. Our business-friendly atmosphere and large pool of well-educated employees have lured some of the biggest brands on the planet, like Nissan North America, Mars and Verizon. In fact, 12 of the top 25 largest publicly traded companies in the Nashville region call Williamson County home.

We offer the lowest county tax in the Nashville Metropolitan Area, no state income tax and plenty of opportunities to break new ground. More than 54% of our residents have college degrees and 21% are entrepreneurs. Come see what Williamson County has to offer and why doing business here is just better.


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About Us

Williamson, Inc. Economic Development is the single point of contact for the coordination and facilitation of the continued development of the economy of Williamson County and its six municipalities

The purpose of Williamson, Inc. Economic Development is to grow Williamson County’s economy and improve the quality of life of residents by partnering with the public and private sectors to implement a set of strategic, multi-year initiatives to encourage job and wealth creation. These six strategic initiatives include:

- Promote higher education and workforce development
- Continue to improve regional cooperation
- Continue to develop and implement a strong Existing Business Program
- Recruit targeted business sectors
- Promote a culture of entrepreneurship
- Communication and investor relations


Matt Largen, President & CEO
Elizabeth West, VP of Economic Development
Patrick Cammack, Director of Economic Development
Nick Biniker, Existing Business Manager
Morgan Dent, Economic Development Manager

Executive Testimonials

Latest Economic Development News


Medical and urgent contact center to create 250 new jobs   Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd and Call 2 Answer, LLC officials announced today that the company will invest $800,000 for a new medical and urgent contact center thatRead More Read More ⇒


  Publix Super Markets is proud to announce the opening of the new Berry Farms Town Center store, Wednesday, Jan. 25. Mayor Rogers Anderson and Mayor Ken Moore were both in attendance. The design details of the new Publix building are truly unique, embracing theRead More Read More ⇒


Nashville Entrepreneurs Share Strategies for Business Success in 2017   The National Association of Women Business Owners, Nashville Chapter, the premiere organization for women business owners to connect, announces its two-part education series, NAWBO Business University (NBU), with the themes GROW and FUND. NBU is a half-day sessionRead More Read More ⇒


January 24, 2017 Nashville Post by Geert de Lombaerde A health care software developer plans to move to Brentwood from SoBro with plans to add 30 people to its local workforce in the next two years. PointClear Solutions, which is headquartered in Atlanta, has runRead More Read More ⇒

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