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Learn how Invest Atlanta has helped facilitate the emergence of Atlanta as one of the most economically dynamic and competitive cities in the world.

  • #1 in business

    Georgia is not only home to the world's most traveled airport, Site Selection Magazine named us the best state to do business for the fifth year in a row.

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  • Lowest cost of living

    Of the ten largest U.S. metro areas, no city is more affordable for residents to live and play.

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  • A talented and educated workforce

    Of residents 25 and older, 47% have earned a bachelor's degree or higher.

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  • Lowest cost of business

    Of the ten largest U.S. metro areas, no city is more affordable for doing business than Atlanta.

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  • Third most Fortune Global 500 Headquarters

    As an international hub, Atlanta is home to some of the largest and most successful businesses in the world.

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#1 in business

Georgia is not only home to the world's most traveled airport, Site Selection Magazine named us the best state to do business for the fifth year in a row.

Learn More

Lowest cost of living

Of the ten largest U.S. metro areas, no city is more affordable for residents to live and play.

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A talented and educated workforce

Of residents 25 and older, 47% have earned a bachelor's degree or higher.

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Invest Atlanta in action.

We don’t just support Atlanta, we support you.

We offer more than your typical economic development agency and extend our focus beyond business support and site selection.

From buying a home to growing your business, Invest Atlanta can help you every step of the way.

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Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms
Invest Atlanta Board Chair

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Mayor Bottoms and Invest Atlanta get $60M boost to fund low-income neighborhoods

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Wednesday that the city's economic development authority received $60 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocation from the U.S. Department of the Treasury to provide gap financing for economic development projects. 

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Mayor Kasim Reed Announces Creative Industries Fund

Mayor Kasim Reed today announced the new Creative Industries Fund, a joint project between the Mayor’s Office of Film and Entertainment and Invest Atlanta to assist independent content creators and creative entrepreneurs in the city of Atlanta.

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Sale of Atlanta Civic Center site is finally complete; affordable housing coming

30 percent of $300-million redevelopment will be set aside for working and low-income families, city officials confirm.

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