Georgia USA Small Business Resource Directory

Grow My Small Business

If you are looking for access to capital, specific industry knowledge, export assistance, or connections to other experts and services, we can help. The Georgia Department of Economic Development is your No. 1 resource and is interested in participating in your plans for growth. We have project managers located in every region of Georgia. They live and work where you do, and they want to lend a hand when you are ready to expand or start a new company.

Get Export Assistance

Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) provides export assistance to all industries in the state. Export loan guarantee programs are provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Export-Import Bank of the United States.

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Find Contract Manufacturers

Sometimes entrepreneurs or inventors need someone to build their prototype or manufacture their products. This list of Georgia Contract Manufacturers may be able to provide assistance.

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Expand My Business

Find out how you can expand your business in Georgia using the free comprehensive business expansion services provided by the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s regional project managers, who have helped more than 1,000 Georgia businesses annually.

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GROWSMART

Realign your vision and improve performance with GROWSMART.

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Get A Business License/Professional Business License

Business licenses and sole proprietorships are obtained locally from your city hall or county courthouse. For professional licensing, go to the Secretary of State's website.

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Relocate My Business

Learn how you can relocate a business to Georgia, where 33 Fortune 1000 companies are headquartered, workforce training is fast and free, and businesses have direct, easy access to global markets.

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Find A Supplier

Looking for a business in Georgia to help improve your bottom line? The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) wants to help foster Georgia business-to-business opportunities by helping companies seek a competitive edge and lower costs through the potential use of local suppliers.

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Get Certified

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.

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