Campbell County is a prime location for businesses looking to thrive! Our county is a gateway to expansion driven by innovators, a skilled workforce, abundant resources, and access to roads, railways, and airfields.
We’re the front door to Tennessee along I-75 from Kentucky.
Home to Legendary Brands
Our area is home to international brands such as Matix Corporation.
Tennessee College of Applied Technology has a campus in Jacksboro preparing students for the workforce through industry training programs.
We’re home to more than 800 miles of shoreline as well as 600 miles of ATV trails.
Starting a Business in Campbell County
Our area is fortunate to have a variety of entrepeneurs looking to build their business.
If you’re looking to start your business, our County Clerk’s office will be your destination for your business license, as well as any necessary building or beer permits.
Please note: our county does not have a county-wide zoning commission. Zoning ordinances are by municipality. Contact your municipality for zoning ordinance information.
I’m looking to relocate my industry to Campbell County. Where may I get more information?
For information on advantages to relocating or starting a business in Campbell County, available sites, and more, visit the Campbell County Econonmic Development website.
I’m starting a business in Campbell County. Do I need a business permit?
There are some exceptions based on gross receipts, but businesses much apply for a county business license within 20 days of opening. Businesses within city limits may also need a license within their city.
How do I get a beer permit?
In order to apply for a beer permit, you must first have a business license. Applicants then must complete and submit a beer permit application to the County Clerk’s office which then will be submitted to the County Commission’s Beer Board for approval.
Is there a Chamber of Commerce in Campbell County?
Yes! Campbell County has a wonderful Chamber of Commerce that works diligently for the success of its members.