NASHVILLE, TN – The Nashville Technology Council wants to rebrand “Music City,” as “Techville.
According to the Nashville Business Journal, a recent survey by the Council found that 67 percent of the city’s tech companies are making money despite the economic downturn.
Of those companies responding to the survey, 61 percent said they were hiring.
The city has a cluster of health care technology firms and is also home to numerous tech start-ups and software firms.
According to the Council’s survey, most Nashville tech firms are small companies with fewer than 50 employees, while 17 percent have more than 1,000 employees.
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