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Relocate a Business to Georgia

Relocate a business to Georgia where 32 Fortune 1000 companies are headquartered, workforce training is fast and free, and businesses have direct, easy access to global markets. A booming, well-educated workforce, reasonably priced land, favorable taxes, and an advanced logistics and transportation infrastructure have convinced companies like Google, NCR, UPS, General Mills, Boeing and the Home Depot as well as thousands of international businesses to relocate or establish operations in Georgia.

BENEFITS
Businesses choose to relocate to Georgia for:

Taxation. Georgia’s six percent corporate income tax rate applies only to the portion of income that is earned in Georgia. Plus, Georgia does not use the “Throw Back Rule.”
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Workforce. Georgia is the top job market in the U.S. for attracting young, well-educated workers, and home of the nation’s top workforce training program.
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Financial Assistance. Businesses wishing to relocate have a wide range of grants and loans available via specialized public programs that foster business development.
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Business Partnerships. Georgia’s unique culture of private-public partnerships helps to accelerate industry growth and guarantee the strength of Georgia’s economy.
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Available Sites. The Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) sites program is one reason Georgia ranks among the top five states nationwide for site selection.
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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.

More About Georgia Benefits

Georgia’s industry-specific Project Analysts are available to help you with a wide range of business needs:
  • Site and building services
  • Location data
  • Community contacts and facilitation
  • Cost environment analysis
  • Coordination with state agencies

Fortune Favors the Peach