Franklin Tomorrow’s monthly FrankTalks lecture series, presented in partnership with Williamson Medical Center and Renasant Bank, featured a discussion on entrepreneurship in Williamson County, including two innovative programs at area high schools which are setting the next generation of job creators up for success.

The Williamson Herald reported, “Williamson County is becoming more of a hub for major business relocations by the minute, but community leaders are beginning to increase opportunities for existing county residents to grow in the entrepreneurial sector,” in a story by Tori Thiessen. “Franklin Tomorrow reached beyond the scope of the city at this month’s FrankTalks held Monday, discussing the many new opportunities throughout the county for up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Franklin Tomorrow welcomed Kari Miller, executive director of the Williamson County Schools Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, Entrepreneurial Leadership Director at Battle Ground Academy Hallie Heiter and President and CEO of Williamson, Inc. Matt Largen to share their involvement in local projects.” Read more from The Herald’s report by following this link or watch the video below, provided by the City of Franklin’s TV staff.