Governor Brian P. Kemp
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Governor Brian P. Kemp articles below.
Battery Resourcers will invest $43 million and create 150 jobs in Covington, GA at its first commercial-scale battery recycling plant.
Rivian will invest $5 billion, create 7,500 jobs at a nearly 2,000-acre carbon-conscious campus dubbed the East Atlanta Megasite.
RemArms will create 856 jobs at its new headquarters, advanced manufacturing facility, and R&D center in LaGrange, GA.
Visa will open a new 123,000-square-foot hub in Midtown Atlanta. This major expansion is expected to create approximately 1,000 jobs in the region over the next several years.
Netherlands-based logistics company Vanderlande Industries will invest $59 million to expand its North American headquarters in Cobb County, GA.
Sports-tech entertainment company FanDuel Group will invest more than $15 million to open a 68,0000-square-foot technology campus in Atlanta.
The AI-enabled software and robotics company will invest more than $1 million and create 200 jobs in the metro Atlanta area.
California-based greenhouse grower Pete's will invest $18 million and create 15 jobs in Peach County, GA.
The biodegradable materials manufacturer will create 400 jobs with an expansion of its Bainbridge, GA operations.
The manufacturer of plumbing fixtures and home furniture will create 205 jobs at its new manufacturing and distribution headquarters in Barrow County, GA.
The cyber security technology provider will expand its operations at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, GA by adding more than 80 new jobs.