Outlook Williamson economic summit set for April 27 | Local News

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Williamson, Inc. Half-Day Business Summit Williamson Prospects is set for Wednesday, April 27.

Business, community and government leaders will come together for presentations on why Williamson County remains an attractive destination for businesses and residents. There will be three 45-minute sessions with leading experts and developers, providing a detailed picture of how the Williamson County economy compares nationally and regionally based on the latest growth projections and statistical data.

The event is presented by Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Cooperation and will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the new Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore Jr. ’52 Center for the Arts and Entrepreneurship at Battle Ground Academy.

A variety of complimentary refreshments will be provided by local vendors.

“Outlook Williamson is a great opportunity for our community to learn about the current and projected state of the Williamson County economy,” said Williamson, Inc. President and CEO Matt Largen. “Attendees will have the opportunity to hear first hand from people who are growing businesses and creating jobs in Williamson County and people who have recently moved their businesses to our community. We are incredibly lucky to live in a place where the economy is booming, which creates opportunities for our friends, families and neighbors.






The 2021 Outlook Williamson Economic Summit panel.




The event will include a session titled “Entrepreneurship in Williamson County,” which will include a panel discussion with Claire Crunk, Founder of Trace Femcare, Inc., and Bill Anderson, Founder of TETRA Hearing, who are both the first occupants of the Franklin Innovation Center.

The panel will also include students from the Williamson County Schools Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center and the Battle Ground Academy Entrepreneurship Program.

Other presentations will include one with leaders from the recent Williamson County headquarters moves, titled “Why Williamson? »

Williamson, Inc. Nathan Zipper, Vice President of Business Development and Partner Relations, and Jessica Averbuch, CEO and Owner of Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty, will also host a panel discussion with George Hampton, CEO of Currax Pharmaceuticals; Tim Culbertson, CFO at Gutterglove; and Charles Carroll, President and CEO of Integrated Biometric Technology, LLC. They will focus on why these companies chose to locate their headquarters in Williamson County.

Online registration for Outlook Williamson is open at www.williamsonchamber.com, or attendees can pay at the door (subject to availability). Individual tickets for members are $75 and $100 for guests.

For registration information, contact Cortni Beardsley at [email protected]

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