No matter where your company is headquartered, when you choose to expand into Georgia, we are vested in your success. Our diversity and connectivity set us apart—from industry to geography to our people—your business finds the right environment for its long-term success.

— Pat Wilson, Commissioner, Georgia Department of Economic Development


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In fall 2022, Hyundai Group Metaplant America (HMGMA) and Governor Brian Kemp celebrated the groundbreaking of HMGMA’s $5.54 billion EV and battery manufacturing facility near coastal Georgia. (Photo: Georgia Dept. of Economic Development)


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#3 EV Industry Investment 2023 State Rankings
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Top 10 Aerospace/Defense2023 State Rankings
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#3 Corporate Headquarters: Atlanta/Sandy Springs/Alpharetta2023 Metro Rankings
Top 5 Top Container Ports (By TEU): Savannah2023 Metro Rankings
Top 10 Financial Centers (North America): Atlanta2023 Global Rankings

From the July / August 2023 issue of Business Facilities

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STEM Workforce Training

11 STEM Workforce Training Programs Awarded $4.5M

A national competition, the 2023 STEM Talent Challenge funds science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) training, fuels regional innovation economies across the U.S.
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Expansion Projects Bring Over $200M In Investment To Georgia

In Georgia, corporate expansion projects will create more than 700 jobs and over $200 million in capital investment in Peach, Candler and Hall counties.