TVC National Summit

May 29 - May 31
All Day

The New Hope Center

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Summit Overview:

Each year, a strong alliance of community, business, academic and government leaders convene at the Tennessee Valley Corridor (TVC) Summit, in partnership with the Corridor’s 11-member congressional caucus, to build relationships and strong collaborations among our federal institutions, world-class research universities and community colleges, and corporate leaders in science and technology.

Registration is now available for the 2018 TVC Summit, which will be held at CNS Y-12’s New Hope Center May 29-31. The event, themed “TVC: Connecting People. Ideas. Opportunities.” will be hosted by Oak Ridge Mayor Warren Gooch in cooperation with Congressman Chuck Fleischmann. The Summit is expected to bring together 300-plus regional leaders from Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, Kentucky and North Carolina. 

For more information, to register to attend the TVC Summit, or to become a sponsor, please visit or email

Are you familiar with the Tennessee Valley Corridor?  They will convene more than 300 regional leaders in Oak Ridge this summer, and we want you there! Follow the TVC and join the conversation. (provide link to TVC facebook/twitter/etc.)

For more than two decades businesses from the five-state region have come together to support collaboration and regional cooperation. Join the conversation at the TVC National Summit May 29-31 in Oak Ridge.

If you haven’t heard, registration is now open for the 2018 TVC Summit at CNS Y-12’s New Hope Center. Join the conversation with leaders from throughout the region.

Meet with and hear from organizations including CNS Y-12 National Security Complex, NASA, ORNL, University of Tennessee, TVA, ORAU, UCOR and many more at the TVC Summit May 29-31.

The TVC encourages regional cooperation to grow and attract federal missions and to leverage these investments for private sector economic development through tech transfer, entrepreneurial activities, and engagement with the region’s universities and community colleges. Join the conversation at this year’s Summit in Oak Ridge.