Tennessee boasts seven Fortune 500 companies and a government which is pro-business. Entrepreneurship is alive and well in Tennessee with the Business Enterprise Resource Office (BERO) which provides information to small, minority, and woman owned businesses just starting out. The Tennessee Small Business Development Center can answer any questions you may have as well as offer solutions to challenges that will arise while you’re working to make your business a success.
Below are links that will assist you in navigating through Tennessee’s business resources and regulations.
State website: http://www.tennessee.gov/
Business Resources: http://www.tennessee.gov/#business
Chamber of Commerce: http://tnchamber.org/
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Minnesota state franchise registration number F-4418 and F-3918.