The City of Chattanooga’s Office of Economic Development stands ready to help you.
Ultra High-Speed Internet
Innovation & Tech HUB of the South
Come be a part of our Innovation District
Free EV Charging Stations Now In EPB Chattanooga Downtown Parking Garage
6th Highest Wage Growth in America
Historic John Ross Building gets extreme makeover in downtown Chattanooga
Incentive grants offered to companies with fewer than 100 employees for the creation of 5 full time jobs.
The City of Chattanooga offers small business loans for eligible uses to upgrade established small businesses.
About The Office of Economic Development
The Office of Economic Development was created to assist entrepreneurs and businesses with their business needs. Our goal is to promote economic growth and development throughout the City of Chattanooga. We are here to be a resource for all types of businesses and entrepreneurial projects of various sizes and scope. Our office was also created to equip our city’s workforce for future economic trends. Our core objectives are:
Connect With Us
For general questions and inquiries, please contact our Economic Development Coordinator, Kim Narramore at (423) 643-7353 or via email at email@example.com.
For questions pertaining to Workforce Development programs and initiatives, please contact Dr. Greg Harwood at (423) 643-7347 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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