Ann Knuckles Mahoney, Associate, delivers introductory remarks at "Growth of Nashville: Can Music City House Its Boom?" hosted by the Nashville Business Journal.

Can your employees afford to live, or stay, in Nashville? The question might have been outlandish just a few years ago, when Music City’s low cost of living was one of its main selling points. Today, “affordable” is a relative term that tends to come from those who moved here from New York, Chicago, or San Francisco.

Which industries are most challenged by the region’s surging home prices? How is it impacting hiring and retention for an already tight workforce? What potential solutions are in the works? Is there a role for government to play?

Even if it’s not something you’ve worried about, some of your employees have. Join us for this critical conversation for our community.

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Event Detail

8:30 am - 10:00 am CT
The Omni Nashville Hotel 250 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203
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