Nashville women in business are a major factor in economic growth

Our mission at the Chamber is to facilitate community leadership to create economic prosperity for the entire region and everyone that calls the Nashville area home. We strive to make Middle Tennessee welcoming to diverse groups of professionals and we’re proud to support Nashville’s women in business.

It’s no secret that Nashville is booming. It’s now known as a hotbed for entrepreneurs in a wide variety of industries, including women-owned businesses and companies led by female executives.

In fact, women entrepreneurs have been a boon to the Nashville area economy. In a 2015 study, the Chamber’s Research Center found that there are 4,756 women-owned businesses in the Nashville area. These businesses employ over 41,000 workers and contribute more than $1.6 billion to the local economy.

If you are a woman thinking about entering a new phase in your career, we are here to help.

Women who are thinking about moving to the Nashville area, or have recently relocated, can find a wealth of information and resources about what moving to Nashville looks like here. Our economic development team is attracting talent from all over the country; make sure you have the best information to succeed here in Middle Tennessee.

Our YP Nashville organization can help women under age 40 get connected with other young professionals in the region. YP Nashville partners with more than 50 young professional organizations to facilitate the growth of a robust young talent pool in the area.

If you are an entrepreneur looking to take your business to the next level, our member relations team can work with you to find a membership solution that will help your business find sustainable growth. If you’re already a Chamber member, make sure you’re getting the most out of your investment by reaching out to see how you might be able to use your membership more effectively.

Nashville women in business are a force for growth and change and will continue to make an impact in the region for years to come.

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