Our state has had an incredible year in the number of new companies calling Georgia home and major expansions of existing businesses. From being named the #1 State for Business by Site Selection magazine, to an all-time high in job creation for projects worked by the Georgia Power team, 2013 will go down in the books as a great year!
Georgia’s strong automotive manufacturing sector helps innovative companies such as Toyo Tire,” said Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal. “The company’s commitment to Georgia over international competition speaks to the high level of our pro-business climate...
In past years, visualization tools for economic development have included conceptual design images – for example, altering a photograph of a site or aerial photograph to include a proposed building. Other traditional tools include video...
Automotive Industry Report Georgia is the fastest-growing state in the nation in the production of cars and light-trucks. Between 2010 and 2011, vehicle production increased 78.1 percent, thanks to Kia’s continued growth in the region. >Read more
Featured Building: 1555 Roadhaven Drive, Stone Mountain
Located in the Stone Mountain area of metro Atlanta, the building at 1555 Roadhaven Drive sits on 14 acres and offers 193,357 square feet of available industrial... >Read more
Muscogee Technology Park, Columbus The Muscogee Technology Park in Columbus is a certified Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) industrial area located in a Foreign Trade Zone. The 1,152-acre park... >Read more
I’m Thinking Georgia How often have you heard the statement, “I have no idea where this year has gone!” or “2013 has flown by!?” I know that it certainly seems that way for me. I was excited to start my “new” job at Georgia Power on January 7 of this year, thinking that 12 months would crawl by. I was so wrong.
Georgia Named #1 State for Business
In November, Georgia was named the No. 1 state in the nation for business climate by Site Selection magazine, one of the nation’s top economic development trade publications. >Read more