What
  • Aerospace
  • Agribusiness
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Automotive
  • Aviation
  • Banking
  • Biopharmaceuticals
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Chemicals
  • CleanTech
  • Consumer Goods
  • Education
  • Energy
  • Environmental Technology
  • Equipment
  • Finance
  • Financial Services
  • Food and Beverage
  • Forestry
  • Freight
  • Fulfillment
  • Government Resource
  • Health & Medical
  • Hospitality
  • Import/Export
  • Information Technology
  • Insurance
  • Lighting
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Machinery
  • Manufacturing
  • Maritime
  • Media
  • Medical Technology
  • Merchant Services
  • Mining
  • Nordic Culture
  • Oil and Gas
  • Professional Services
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Real Estate
  • Research
  • Retail Trade
  • Services
  • Shipping
  • Software
  • Technology
  • Telecommunication
  • Tourism
  • Travel
  • Vehicles
  • Warehousing
Where

The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) is the state’s sales and marketing arm, the lead agency for attracting new business investment, encouraging the expansion of existing industry and small businesses, aligning workforce education and training with in-demand jobs, locating new markets for Georgia products, attracting tourists to Georgia, and promoting the state as a destination for arts and location for film, music and digital entertainment projects, as well as planning and mobilizing state resources for economic development.

Georgia’s strength as a location for business lies in its diversity.  From Fortune 500 headquarters to a thriving startup scene, Georgia is a place where all can be successful. With a mix of key industries which include aerospace, automotive, life sciences, manufacturing, technology, and logistics, and a diverse workforce, Georgia has been repeatedly ranked as “The Number One State to Do Business” by both Site Selection and Area Development Magazine.

The State of Georgia has maintained an office in Europe since 1973 to support European companies as they look to enter or expand in the US.  Georgia’s Europe Office is one of 12 international offices for the state and is based in Munich, Germany.

For more information, please see www.georgia.org

Contact Details:

Sergio Domingues

Managing Director, State of Georgia Europe Office

sdomingues@georgia.org

For more information, please see www.georgia.org

Contact Details:

Sergio Domingues

Managing Director, State of Georgia Europe Office

sdomingues@georgia.org

Community Partnerships

Our economic development successes are based on strong partnerships. Private–public partnerships give Georgia businesses a competitive advantage. Dozens of development agencies across the state collaborate on an ongoing basis to create partnerships that guarantee the future health and strength of Georgia’s economy and the companies that drive it. The result is innovative programs that accelerate industry growth, help educate diverse workforces and connect business leaders, while creating thousands of new jobs and hundreds of new businesses.

Georgia Allies.

Helps accelerate economic development by creating a powerful voice for Georgia’s pro-business climate by building upon the professional relationships important to attracting, retaining, and growing world-class capital investment and quality jobs throughout Georgia.

Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA).

Serves as an advocate and resource for local governments, operating state and federal grant programs including a variety of economic development incentives and tools designed to help promote growth and job creation throughout the state.

Georgia Research Alliance (GRA).

The GRA focuses on technology-based economic development by recruiting world-class scientific talent, developing sophisticated research infrastructure and commercializing university R&D.

Quick Start.

Successfully provides high-quality training services at no cost to new or expanding businesses across the state, and helps Georgia’s workers adapt and thrive in the fast paced economy of the 21st century.


Georgia is a unique state in terms of its geography, history and culture. Key industries such as Arts, Commerce, Film, Music, and Tourism shape the economy and its people. We, as a state, integrate and support them collectively to create and sustain a diversified economy. And when we bring them together we have a very powerful story to tell. Watch this video to experience what Georgia has to offer you.

year_review_20If you are interested in learning more about GDEcD, review our 2020 Year in Review report, check out our blog or find out about our career opportunities. GDEcD Resources:

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Learn more about Georgia’s No. 1 business climate and economic development successes in our We Speak Business guide. You can also order a hard copy of the guide here.

Economic Development in Georgia

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Contact GDEcD

To get help expanding or relocating a business in Georgia, contact the Georgia Department of Economic Development or call 404.962.4000

CONTACT US

http://www.georgia.org