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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:
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Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly visited President Biden and Vice President Harris at the White House on Tuesday along with 9 other mayors. They discussed the American rescue plan and the
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Early next year, NOVONIX will manufacture the materials used to make batteries for electric vehicles here in Chattanooga. A game changer for Chattanooga is closer to production on the Riverfront
West Star, a full-service aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company, will create 100 new jobs through the expansion, which comes six years after the company established its Chattanooga operations.
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