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Entrepreneurship

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Starting a business can be confusing and tedious if you don't have the right contacts and information to help you. Our "Starting a Business" section is here to guide you through each step from evaluating if you have the time and will to actually create a successful business to networking with peers once you're up and running. The section also includes business plan templates and information on business structures, funding and marketing and other entrepreneurship resources.

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Mark Cleveland, owner of Swiftwick Socks
Heather Chandler Kressaty & John Kressaty, owners of The Perch & the Skinbar
Arrington Vineyards is Williamson County’s first winery

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January 29, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Eleanor Kennedy Franklin-based LeanKit can add another laurel to its big year, which already included a multimillion-dollar investment and a new office across the pond: the Company of the Year award from the Nashville Technology Council. “The NTC… Read More ⇒

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January 29, 2015 Nashville Business Journal by Eric Snyder Franklin-based Rustici Software has been bought by United Kingdom-based Learning Technologies Group, the companies announced today. Rustici provides software to the online learning industry. Learning Technologies Group, based south of London, is traded on the London… Read More ⇒

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PreFlight program to help entrepreneurs reach new heights Source: Williamson Herald By Jodi Rall   One of the most challenging first steps for an entrepreneur is testing out their ideas to see if they have a viable plan, without the associated commitment or risk, according… Read More ⇒

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The January issue of The Point is now available! Get the latest Chamber news in today’s print edition of The Tennessean. The Point, the Chamber’s monthly newsletter, is distributed as an insert in The Tennessean to nearly 36,000 Williamson County readers on the second Wednesday of each month. Advertising opportunities are available. Contact Charlane… Read More ⇒

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