Mary Ellen McClanahan

Mary Ellen McClanahan



Small Business Defined

Georgia defines a small business as one which is independently owned and operated and must have either fewer than 300 employees or less than $30 million in gross receipts per year. Also, the Governor's Office of Workforce Development (GOWD) was created to improve the job training and marketability of Georgia's workforce and drive future economic growth for the state. These programs are built to assist small, medium and large companies throughout Georgia.Visit Georgia Work Ready to learn more ▶ 

Entrepreneur Friendly Communities

For communities wanting to create and sustain entrepreneurial activity locally, the “Entrepreneur Friendly” Initiative helps them incorporate small businesses into their long-term development strategies. Learn more about Entrepreneur Friendly Communities ▶ 

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