Knoxville’s business recruitment campaign received a boost today with release of Business Facilities magazine’s 2012 met
ro ranking report.
Knoxville was ranked No. 8 among the fastest growing cities and No. 10 for Economic Growth Potential.
Business Facilities is a trade publication that targets site selection consultants and executives looking for the best places to grow their companies.
Tennessee is among the national leaders in automotive manufacturing and alternative energy investments, according to a national economic development magazine.
And the Knoxville-Oak Ridge Innovation Valley is among the leaders in the magazine’s metro rankings.
In the latest issue of Business Facilities magazine, Tennessee is ranked No.1 in the magazine’s 2010 state rankings for Automotive Manufacturing Strength and No. 6 in Alternative Energy Industry Leaders.
Knoxville ranks high in economic potential, cost of living and alternative energy.