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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
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June 18, 2015 The Tennessean by Mealand Ragland-Hudgins Williamson County’s job growth continues to be among the highest in the nation, as employment grew by more than 6 percent from December 2013 to December 2014, federal data shows. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its… Read More ⇒

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San Francisco, CA (June 17, 2015) – NerdWallet, a consumer finance website, has conducted a study to find the best places in Tennessee to start a business – and Franklin ranked eighth. To determine this ranking, NerdWallet examined 85 places in Tennessee with populations of… Read More ⇒

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May 8, 2015 Nashville Post by Geert De Lombaerde A local company that bills itself as the world’s largest manufacturer of golf tees has wrapped up a $30 million senior secured credit line. Executives at Pride Manufacturing, which is owned by private-equity firm Lindsay Goldberg,… Read More ⇒

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May 1, 2015 Nashville Business Journal by Eleanor Kennedy Link to video Rustici Software CEO Mike Rustici shares his thoughts on the flip side of Nashville’s rapid growth. Thirteen years after Mike Rustici started offering IT support from his home, Rustici Software now employs more… Read More ⇒

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