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UT CIS courses are available throughout the state. View our course schedule to see which will be available near you over the next several months.

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Whether you want to improve productivity on the plant floor, comply with safety or environmental regulations, navigate the federal procurement process, introduce a new product, or improve your economic development potential, the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services has the expertise to help you succeed.

How Can Our Team Help?

The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services provides consulting solutions to help companies improve and grow. The UT CIS philosophy is to assess the company needs and provide only services that are value added. We utilize the most experienced consultants and most recent technologies. Resources with industry experience and University professors are available through the coordination of CIS Solutions Consultants as needed.

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Recent Posts

Thinking Anew About Manufacturing

By Michael Codega, Solutions Consultant The last couple of months have caused manufacturers to think anew about many things — supplier, customer and workforce relationships; the economy; outsourcing, insourcing, and reshoring;…

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E2E: Diversity/Equity and Inclusion Webinar Series

First Tennessee Development District will be hosting the Education to Employment (E2E) Summit this fall with two virtual sessions on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI).  A strength of the E2E summit is bringing different…

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Coming in January 2021 - A New Initiative for Executive Manufacturing Leaders

Leadership does not happen in a vacuum. Leading others to produce, to excel, and to improve happens in many contexts and within complex, interconnected systems. In today’s business environment, the importance of organizations and…

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UT CIS Receives EDA CARES Act Funding

The University of Tennessee’s EDA University Center (UTUC) program has received $300,000 in additional funding from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) under the “CARES Act” Recovery Assistance initiative. The UTUC…

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TCED Graduates Receive TCEcD Designations

The TCED Program graduated six new Tennessee Certified Economic Developers via Zoom on September 16.  The TCED candidates successfully delivered their Capstone Project presentations and were awarded the Tennessee Certified…

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Telling Your Story in a Virtual Meeting

Wednesday October 14, 2020  |  9:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT   We’re adapting to a business environment where business meetings are conducted virtually, and the UT PTAC team will be hosting a free Virtual Presentation Skills for Small…

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