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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 seventh 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 seventh 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.

Learn More

A talented and educated workforce

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

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Increasing Economic Mobility: We Want to Hear from You

Do you have ideas to increase economic mobility in Atlanta? Share your thoughts to help us build a comprehensive economic development and mobility strategy.

creATL Relief Fund

Established by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, the creATL Relief Fund facilitates private philanthropic grants to the independent creative industry workforce engaged in creative industries and entertainment.

COVID-19 Business Continuity Loan Fund

Financial resources and other information to help your business minimize COVID-19 related disruptions.

Small Business Improvement Grants

Small businesses and property owners in five City of Atlanta Tax Allocation District (TADs) can apply for grants of up to $20,000 for interior and exterior improvements.

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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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Milletech Systems Inc. to Move Entire Operation to Georgia, Create 465 Jobs in Fulton County

Atlanta, GA - Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that enterprise software solutions and services company Milletech Systems Inc. will bring their offshore operations to Atlanta. Milletech, a woman-owned Georgia State Minority Certified business, will create 465 jobs in Fulton County.

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Invest Atlanta Named to Atlanta Inno’s 50 on Fire

Invest Atlanta – Invest Atlanta, the official economic development authority for the City of Atlanta, is designed to “strengthen Atlanta’s economy and global competitiveness to strengthen Atlanta’s economy and global competitiveness in order to create increased equity, opportunity and prosperity for the people of Atlanta.” From attending SXSW in 2018 to partnering with local startups, the organization has been a major influence on the community.

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06/19/2020

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Announces Opening of creATL Fund Applications COVID-19 Relief Effort to Assist Atlanta’s Independent Creative Community

ATLANTA—Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced applications are now open for the creATL Relief Fund to support Atlanta’s independent creative workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible applicants may receive $1,000 each to support essential financial obligations such as food, housing, utilities, medical expenses, and transportation costs affected by project cancellations and other pandemic-related disruptions.

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