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Major Southeast expansion ahead for K·Coe Isom

Company looking to expand employee base in Nashville considerably over first five years.

K·Coe Isom is expanding deeper into the Southeast with its announcement of a new office location in Nashville, Tennessee. The move makes room for further growth and answers the pressing resource needs of Tennessee and the greater southeast region’s food and agriculture businesses.

A national leader in food and agriculture consulting and CPA services, K·Coe Isom devotes two-thirds of its business to providing solutions for the food-supply chain and the financial, sustainability, legislative, and operational issues they face.

Jeff Wald, chief executive officer at K·Coe Isom, stated that the reasons behind this expansion were quite simple.

“While our presence in the Southeast spans decades as we serve many farm and ranch operations there already, this move will make it easier to provide our food and ag specialization, expertise, and national resources for that region,” he said.

The opening of the new Nashville office in 2021 brought eight seasoned K·Coe Isom professionals to the greater Nashville area, with K·Coe Isom looking to expand their employee base there considerably over the first five years.

“This move represents our depth of commitment to the communities and food and agriculture businesses of Tennessee,” added Wald.

K·Coe Isom is an accounting firm and one of the nation’s leading food and agriculture consulting firm. With roots dating back to 1932, the firm has expanded upon traditional accounting services to deliver increased value and growth for clients through comprehensive policy-to-plate strategies, and specialized advisory in areas including  sustainability, government and public affairs, land conservation, wealth management, succession planning, and strategy.


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