Williamson Chamber report highlights growth, transportation

March 15, 2016 The Tennessean by Collin Czarnecki Williamson County is feeling the ripple effects of Nashville’s tremendous growth. With more than 24,000 new jobs expected to be added by 2025, the county is expecting new employees and residents to continue to flock to the area. Matt Largen, Williamson Inc. president and CEO, said that growth will…

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:…

Williamson, Davidson boast state’s lowest unemployment rates

March 11, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Alison Nash According to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, unemployment rates dropped in 82 Tennessee counties in January 2016. The report, which was released on Thursday, showed Davidson County had the state’s lowest rate for a major metropolitan area and the second-lowest overall, at 3.6 percent.…

Two restaurants announced for big Williamson Co. development

March 9, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Eric Snyder Two restaurants have been announced for Boyle Investment Co.’s big Berry Farms development in Franklin. The Tennessean reports that Soulshine Pizza Factory will open a 4,200-square-foot space in the development, becoming its second Nashville-area location. Additionally, Ohio-based Whit’s Frozen Custard will open in a 1,240-square-foot space,…

American Idol Finalists Perform in Support of Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury’s Habitat High Build

American Idol Finalists Perform in Support of Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury’s Habitat High Build Who: Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury; the Brentwood, Centennial, Currey Ingram Academy, Franklin, Independence, Ravenwood, and Summit Campus chapters of Habitat High; 2005 Top 12 American Idol Star Sarina-Joi Crowe; 2005 Top 25 American Idol Star Riley Bria; Ryan Crowley; and Nina…

The Point Newsletter – March 2016

The March 2016 issue of The Point is now out! Read the latest Chamber news to stay in the know on what’s happening in the Williamson County business community. What’s Inside: Who’s speaking at Outlook Williamson Tax prep tips from one of our expert Chamber members Franklin police chief gets candid at Women in Business…