Applications Available for Leadership Brentwood Class of 2018

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR LEADERSHIP BRENTWOOD CLASS OF 2018 BRENTWOOD, Tenn.—Leadership Brentwood, a program to educate Brentwood area residents and business professionals about the city and its leadership, is accepting applications through June 2, 2017 for the Class of 2018. Prospective class members are invited to attend an informational mixer at Williamson, Inc., 5005 Meridian Blvd.,…

Top Growth Trends in Williamson County

    Top Growth Trends in Williamson County By Charlane Oliver, Director of Communication, Williamson, Inc. It all started when Cool Springs Galleria opened in Williamson County. Now 25 years later, Williamson County and its six municipalities reign atop national rankings for its tourism, family recreation, business climate, entrepreneurship, top schools, senior living, and attractiveness…

#WillCoMoves: Food trucks roll into Brentwood

Why one food truck owner thinks it’s a sweet treat   By Charlane Oliver, Director of Communication, Williamson, Inc. Start your engines and fire up the grill because food trucks are soon coming to Brentwood. City commissioners passed an ordinance last week, followed by much praise and relief from the food truck community and the locals,…

Understanding the Basics of Envision Franklin

By Charlane Oliver, Director of Communication, Williamson, Inc. The City of Franklin is on a mission to preserve its historically rich past while planning for future growth through a new plan called Envision Franklin. On January 26, the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission voted to adopt the plan as a guide for “making land use decisions,…

71 ways to maximize your membership

You’ve made the investment, now get the most out of it   By Rebecca Ozols, Director of Business Engagement, Williamson, Inc. Every year more than 100 companies join Williamson, Inc., and every year hundreds of new and long-time business representatives attend meetings, ribbon cuttings, professional development seminars, and networking mixers. As the Business Engagement Director,…

How inaugural ‘Shakespeare in the Park’ led to successful Williamson County partnerships

    By Suzie Lind, Director of Membership Development, Williamson, Inc. While sitting on blankets, camping chairs, bleachers and the Royal seats, nearly 1,400 people were entertained over four evenings by Williamson County’s first-ever performance by the Nashville Shakespeare Festival. Opening night for The Comedy of Errors at Academy Park was Thursday, September 29 and,…

Mobility Week Is Over. What’s Next?

By Matt Largen, Williamson, Inc. President & CEO Williamson, Inc. is an initiative-driven organization charged with developing Williamson County’s economy in a strategic way.  Williamson County, you might have heard, is rapidly growing.  In fact, our job growth leads the nation, with a nearly 8 percent growth year over year and headquarter jobs growing nearly 12…

Williamson, Inc. to launch Mobility Week, Sept 12-16, to tackle traffic congestion in Williamson County

  WILLIAMSON, INC. TO LAUNCH MOBILITY WEEK SEPT. 12-16 TO REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY Community-wide Mobility Week brings together businesses, schools, commuters and government to tackle county’s biggest problem   FRANKLIN, Tenn.—Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce and economic development office, is leading the charge in Williamson County with a new campaign to…