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Mississippi Development Authority

Glenn McCullough, Jr.

Chief Marketing Officer

P.O. Box 849
Jackson, Mississippi 39205
Phone : 601-359-9388
Toll-free : N/A
Fax : 601-359-3613
Email : GMcCullough@Mississippi.org
Website : www.Mississippi.org

Targeted Industries

•   Aerospace & Defense
•   Automotive
•   Bio & Pharmaceuticals
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Metals
•   Plastics
•   Technology/R&D

About Mississippi Development Authority

The agency works to recruit new business to the state and retain and expand existing Mississippi industry and business. MDA also provides technical assistance to the state’s entrepreneurs and small businessmen and women and oversees programs that support Mississippi’s minority and women-owned businesses

MS: ABB Expanding in Senatobia, Creating 50 New Jobs

Development News | March 7, 2019

Global manufacturing technology leader ABB is expanding its operations in Senatobia with a $36 million corporate investment that will create 50 new... more >>


MS: HomeStretch Inc Increasing Furniture Production, Creating 71 Jobs

Development News | February 11, 2019

HomeStretch Inc., an upholstered reclining furniture manufacturer, is expanding. The project is a $500,000 corporate investment and will create 71... more >>


MS: Corelle Brands opening manufacturing and distribution facility in Marshall County, creating 400 jobs

Development News | February 8, 2019

Corelle Brands plans to invest $27.7 million in the construction of a new facility and create approximately 400 jobs by the end of June 2020. more >>


MS: Entergy Nuclear expanding operations, workforce, creating 250 new jobs

Development News | February 7, 2019

Entergy Nuclear is expanding its operations and workforce in Mississippi, creating 70 new jobs at its Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Port Gibson. more >>


MS: Amazon Locating Consumer Goods Fulfillment Center in Marshall County, Creating 850 Jobs

Development News | January 24, 2019

Amazon is locating a consumer goods fulfillment center in Marshall County. The project will create 850 jobs over three years. more >>


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