TN-China Network (TNCN) partners with other Tennessee non-profits, companies, and organizations to hold events, plan business exchanges, and carry out other projects. Some of these partners support TNCN by providing event space free of charge. Others help promote our events or provide expertise and referrals that help improve and grow our programming. Thank you to our many partners, some of which are listed below.
As the 64th largest law firm in the US, Baker Donelson gives clients access to a team of more than 650 attorneys and public policy advisors across more than 30 practice areas and 19 offices across the Southeast, Texas, and Washington DC. Baker Donelson provides cross-border services to Chinese clients geared specifically towards expanding their businesses in the US, and to US clients looking to expand their businesses in China.
Study Tennessee is an international student recruiting consortium for Tennessee higher education institutions and organizations. We are operated by the Tennessee Association of International Educators, TAIE, a non-profit organization for Tennessee international student advisers, recruiters, educators, and those who advocate for international education and cultural exchange.
The Tennessee American-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (TAC3) is a defined connection point between the American and Chinese cultures as businesses expand their marketplace engagement. TAC3 is dedicated to connecting American and Chinese business owners in the Nashville area, across the US, and in China. TAC3’s goal is to give members useful knowledge and information, by experts in their fields, which can be immediately applied to growing and empowering your business.
Tennessee Renewable Energy & Economic Development Council (TREEDC) is a statewide network of 101 city and county mayors and businesses working together to create a path to fast-track renewables in Tennessee. TREEDC’s mission is to promote and connect renewable energy with economic development and energy efficiency for all Tennessee communities.