is to foster opportunities and act as a resource for companies who are part of the growing commercial link between New York City and Nashville.
Why New York & Nashville?
While New York is quite commonly known as the most populous city in the U.S., the greater Nashville Metropolitan area has seen some of the highest percentage growth in population in the past decade, according to the most recent census.
New York and Nashville are both among the top 35 U.S. Metropolitan areas with the highest Gross Domestic Products. They are also both ranked among the top 50 Metropolitan areas for exports in the U.S.
In the past two decades, 200+ international companies across a wide spectrum of industries have either relocated or expanded into Middle Tennessee. Many of these companies are either headquartered in New York or hold offices there.
Both New York and Nashville are epicenters for several shared industries, such as pharmaceuticals; healthcare; entertainment; real estate; banking and finance; higher education; printing and publishing; insurance; hospitality; and technology.
Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP
Dec. 9, 2021
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Nashville Ranked As One of the Most Charitable Cities in the U.S.
A new ranking by SmartAsset measuring charitable giving activity by city has slotted Nashville as the 11th most charitable metro area in the United States. Metrics for the rankings included charitable donations as a percent of income, average contributions, percent of tax returns with donations, and volunteer rates. The study found that Nashville residents donate 1.79% of their income to charity and the city has a volunteer rate of 34.7%.
Source: Nashville Business Journal