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    Big Business in Atlanta

    Atlanta is home to 16 Fortune 500 companies and 14 Fortune 1000 businesses. The attraction to the city makes sense, as Atlanta offers access to a booming economy, a low corporate tax structure, a highly educated and skilled workforce and one of the world’s busiest airports. read more

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    Atlanta: The Tech Mecca of the Southeast

    Over the last several years, Atlanta has garnered a reputation as one of the country’s fastest-growing and most prolific technology hubs. Forbes Magazine named the metro area as one of the world’s elite tech towns, placing it in the number three spot of cities poised to become tech meccas in the near future. Cushman & Wakefield included Atlanta on its list of America’s 25 leading high-tech metro areas. read more

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    Economic Growth in Atlanta - Henry, Gwinnett, DeKalb & Fulton

    Economic Development in the Atlanta is exploding. Companies of all sizes have relocated to or been established in the metro area, and the population has increased with equal momentum. Local counties and cities have ramped up their economic development efforts to match the area’s impressive evolution, and the ATL has become a magnet for even more expansion. read more

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A Place to Thrive

A Place to Thrive

You might feel your child requires more support than a conventional school can provide or that, despite the best efforts of all parties involved, their academic progress is stalling. No matter your reason for seeking one, there are numerous special needs schools to choose from in metro Atlanta. Here’s how your child can benefit from one, as well as some advice to help you with the selection process. read more

  • The Best of Both Worlds

    Educational options abound in metro Atlanta, which is home to top-rated public schools and outstanding private schools. Yet there is another category that also provides students and parents with unparalleled options: boarding schools. These institutions take the school experience to a different level, blending first-rate academic and extracurricular opportunities with a truly unique student living environment. read more

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    The Price is Right

    When considering college and university options, parents and students often avoid looking at private institutions because they tend to think that it may cost more than a public college or university. The truth is that’s not actually the case. Here, we look at some of the most prominent private institutions in the metro Atlanta area and what you can expect when it comes to costs and benefits.  read more

Atlanta Business

Georgia’s Diverse Talent Pool is a Top Business Asset

Georgia’s Diverse Talent Pool is a Top Business Asset

The Georgia Department of Economic Development is proud to be the lead agency for attracting new business to the Atlanta regional area. They encourage the expansion & relocation of industries, align workforce education and training with in-demand jobs and locate new markets for Georgia products. read more

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    Big Business in Atlanta

    Atlanta is home to 16 Fortune 500 companies and 14 Fortune 1000 businesses. The attraction to the city makes sense, as Atlanta offers access to a booming economy, a low corporate tax structure, a highly educated and skilled workforce and one of the world’s busiest airports. read more

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    Companies of All Sizes Choose Metro Atlanta

    It’s no secret that Georgia has been recognized for its exceptional business-friendly environment. In fact, Site Selection has named it the number one state for doing business for eight consecutive years. That kind of reputation undoubtedly attracts companies of all sizes to settle in the area every year, establishing headquarters, distribution centers, customer service operations and more. read more