Georgia

Agency | June 28, 2019
Development Authority of Gordon County   

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Development News | June 24, 2019
GA: GE Appliances Grows in Georgia with $130M Investment, 300 New Jobs   

GE Appliances is significantly expanding its operations in Georgia through three significant investment and job growth initiatives. More>>


Development News | June 20, 2019
GA: Wayfair to Create More Than 500 Jobs in Athens-Clarke County   

Online retailer Wayfair will create 500 jobs and invest more than $8 million in a customer support facility in Athens, Ga. More>>



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Article | June 14, 2019
2019 CiCi Awards: Community Impact   

A company’s decision to locate a new facility or expand an existing one can have a profound effect on a community. For the 14th annual CiCi Awards... More>>



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Article | June 14, 2019
The 2019 CiCi Awards   

Businesses shape our communities. They bring in revenue and they propel regions of our country forward, impacting residents in countless ways. Trade... More>>


Development News | May 31, 2019
GA: Invesco to Expand Atlanta Global HQ with 500 Jobs, $70M Investment   

Invesco, one of the world’s leading investment managers, plans to significantly expand its global headquarters in Atlanta. More>>


Development News | May 30, 2019
GA: Plethora to Open Manufacturing Facility in Cobb Co., Creating 250 Jobs   

Plethora will create 250 jobs and invest more than $17 million in a new production facility in Marietta. More>>


Development News | May 15, 2019
GA: Baker & Taylor to Expand Operations in Georgia, Create 115 Jobs   

Baker & Taylor, a provider of books and services to public libraries nationwide, will expand and create 115 jobs in Jackson County. More>>


Development News | May 10, 2019
GA: Spanish Company to Establish U.S. HQ in Richmond County, Creating 45 Jobs   

Acoustics & Insulation Techniques (AIT) will create 45 jobs and invest $12 million in their first U.S. manufacturing facility in Augusta. More>>


Development News | May 3, 2019
GA: Kia to tap Savannah for Telluride components, Brunswick for export   

Through vertical integration (parts in via Savannah, autos out via Brunswick) Kia takes advantage of Georgia's road and rail infrastructure. More>>



 


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