Nashville’s own Dolly Parton once sang, “Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’.” Today’s creative class doesn’t operate by those rules anymore. One of Nashville’s economic drivers is its world-class, diverse, and growing creative economy. These workers are driving new developments with their decisions on where and how they choose to pursue their skills and trade. Visit an architecture studio in the renovated May Hosiery Factory, class A offices with concierge services that are attracting powerhouse music labels, and Emma, a leading email marketing company housed in a renovated trolley barn complex. Participants will see new workplaces for today’s creative businesses, showcasing the kinds of places being sought by Nashville’s design, art, music, fashion, food, and tech companies.
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