Article | June 28, 2021
Ready to Roll: Designated and Certified Sites Get Businesses Up to Speed Quickly   

While many companies still build to suit, more companies than ever before are choosing designated sites, or those that allow tenants to move in... More>>

Article | June 28, 2021
Mississippi Sets the Bar High for Global Manufacturing   

Mississippi is living up to its global reputation as a powerhouse for manufacturing, healthcare, aerospace and transportation, and the Mississippi... More>>

Agency | June 3, 2021
Choctaw Office of Economic Development   


Development News | May 12, 2021
MS: Hankins Lumber to Expand Operations in Grenada, Creating 43 Jobs   

Hankins Lumber is adding new sawmill operations, a $12.5 million corporate investment that will create 43 jobs. More>>

Development News | April 21, 2021
MS: Milwaukee Tool Plans New Grenada County Facility, Bringing 1,200 Jobs   

Milwaukee Tool plans to expand its presence in Mississippi with a new accessories manufacturing facility, creating 1,200 jobs. More>>

Development News | December 16, 2020
MS: Idaho Forest Group to Build Sawmill in Lumberton, Hiring 135   

Idaho-based lumber producer Idaho Forest Group (IFG) secured initial approval for its plans to build Lumberton’s first new sawmill since the... More>>

Article | October 6, 2020
Ports and Depots Keep the U.S. Economy Humming with Access to Markets   

In 2019, the United States imported goods valued at about $2.5 trillion from its international trading partners and exported $1.65 trillion abroad.... More>>

Author | August 6, 2020
Tate Reeves   

As the 65th governor of Mississippi, Tate Reeves is a conservative leader who has focused on the principles of guarding taxpayers’ dollars,... More>>

Article | July 29, 2020
Mississippi’s Aerospace and Defense Industry Is Out of This World   

Companies located in this state are continuing to prove to the world at large that the future of our nation’s aerospace industry is in none other... More>>

Article | July 29, 2020
Feeding the Economy: A Continuing Need   

While much of the nation’s economy has seen changes, one fundamental thing hasn’t altered: people still need to eat. Regions that produce food... More>>