Business Expansion Services

Expansion Redefined

Connecting firms currently operating in the region with resources designed to meet their unique growth needs fuels a sustainable, regional economic ecosystem. 

Wilson Myhre, Director of Business Retention and Expansion, is available to meet with individual businesses and help address challenges ranging from facility acquisition to workforce gaps.

Resources for Growth


Our in-house research analyst can provide sector-specific data to guide your decision making. Chamber programming and communication keeps you informed on the local ecosystems.


We can connect you with local suppliers and vendors, industry peers, and facilitate mentor connections. Let us introduce you to the organizations and individuals that can aid your expansion.


Permits, regulations, and navigating local government processes can be overwhelming. If there is an issue your business is facing that hinders growth, let us step in and
brainstorm solutions.


What kind of talent, space, or funding do you need to expand? Use our Professional Relocation & Engagement services to attract new talent and let us connect you to
resources for site selection and land availability.

Starter Resources

Our team can explore incentive programs available to qualified organizations, assist during the application process, and promote your expansion announcement when it occurs. This website offers information on incentives, grants, and tax credits from the Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development.

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This website offers information on the unique range of economic incentives TVA offers that will benefit your project from start-up to long-term success.

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The U.S. Commercial Service offers low-to-no cost services including trade counseling, business matchmaking, and market intelligence.

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Collaboration among community partners allows the Knoxville region to offer businesses a distinct, operational advantage. Learn more about these partners.

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Connect with resources to support the operation and expansion of your business in Knox County.

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