Action learning summit – hosts strategies for innovative business leaders

Action Learning Summit Friday, May 20, Offers Strategies for Innovative Business Leaders FRANKLIN, Tenn., March 23, 2016—The semiannual Action Learning Summit features local business leaders with strategies for innovative business leaders on Friday, May 20, 2016, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, according to Doug Gray, chief executive officer…

Craftmasters dinner series supporting CASA kicks off at Homestead Manor

Craftmasters Dinner Series Supporting CASA Kicks Off at Homestead Manor Homestead is partnering with Yazoo Brewing Company in a dinner series at Homestead Manor. This will be the first of four Craftmasters Dinners this year. All proceeds from the dinner will support the advocacy program for Williamson County CASA. Tickets include a four-course chef’s menu…

Download the 2016 Williamson County Trends Report

  The newly-published, award-winning Williamson County Trends Report is now out!  Williamson County continues to be the most dynamic and fastest-growing county in Tennessee. From the changing demographics, the business climate, top performing public school systems, transportation, health, housing, charitable giving, diversity and the workforce, see how Williamson County is growing. Click the image to…

Franklin Police Chief Deb Faulkner speaks candidly about leading in law enforcement

    By Charlane Oliver | Director of Communication, Williamson, Inc. Franklin Police Chief Deborah Faulkner wears a navy blue uniform donned with pins and regalia fitting for someone in her position. But at the Feb. 23 Women in Business luncheon at the FiftyForward Martin Center, where she was the featured speaker, she put everyone on notice:…