Nashville attracting artists and entrepreneurs from across the globe.
Andy and Charlie Nelson were just out of college, with no experience or money, when they discovered the ruins of their great-great-great grandfather's whiskey distillery, Nelson's Green Brier.
Affordability, nice people and business-friendly government are only some of the reasons to move south. Awesome barbecue is another.
Visionary solopreneurs like Kurt Bardella of the Morning Hangover online tip sheet have also embraced how mission-critical evolving is. Are you?
A look at how these Nashville entrepreneurs are changing the music industry.
The capital of Tennessee is fostering a growing ecosystem of entrepreneurs. Here's why.
Bill Lesswing worked as a PIRTEK employee for over a decade, and now he's transitioning to a franchisee as he opens the company's first Tennessee location.
The Tennessee-based boot camp program hits all the high notes for industry hopefuls and pulls strings to help them get started.
These are the places where startup dreams come easier and cheaper, but can still pay off big.
With a 'when in doubt – sue' society, this tactic can help avoid expensive legal bills.
Stop focusing on competing. Instead your efforts should be directed toward creating the best product or service.
Just like in the entertainment industry, you're either different or you're invisible.
The glasses company is the latest example of a successful 'buy-one-give-one' business model.