Businesses Moving to Atlanta

Businesses Moving to Atlanta

Atlanta is already a booming tech mecca with a growing film industry. With the flood of companies from tech start-ups to Fortune 500 and 1000 businesses, it’s no surprise that more industry giants are changing zip codes, further boosting our economy! Here are a few of the most recent announcements from businesses moving to Atlanta:


GreyOrange logo


Founded upon the issue of companies solving modern matters with outdated technology, GreyOrange expanded its Roswell headquarters in June, adding 200 additional jobs to the city. The move will support the company’s mission to automate warehouses, distribution centers and fulfillment facilities using intelligent robots. With its trademarked GreyMatter™ software, GreyOrange uses A.I. software and smart technology to drive the fulfillment industry and capitalize on the growing, modern market.


electric charging by Heliox

Offering metro Atlanta clean energy technology through collaboration and innovation, Heliox provides smart energy solutions to promote a sustainable future. The energy pioneer expanded its operations from the Netherlands to Atlanta, opening a headquarters to develop chargers for heavy electric vehicles. This green move provided 70 jobs and will offer Atlantans a helping hand on the road to sustainability.


A leading social media mogul, Twitter recently expanded the Atlanta corporate office at Ponce City Market. Twitter is a social media platform that provides accessible and digestible media for consumers from breaking news to customized personal feeds. The social media giant has transformed online personalities since its founding in 2006, offering users the power to spread their message with bite-sized content.



Hermeus is a start-up company that recently moved from Doraville to Atlanta, bringing 50 new jobs to the city center. The company specializes in the construction of hypersonic jets with state-of-the-art aircraft technology. Founded in 2018, the business is a pioneer in the global transportation industry through its mission to connect people through innovation. Its current project, the Mach 5 aircraft, is set to revolutionize air travel and create $4 trillion in economic growth.

Saia Inc.

A transportation giant, Saia Inc. is a leading carrier in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico. With 26,000 daily shipments, the experienced transporter expanded its Johns Creek center and provided 50 new jobs to Fulton County residents. Last year, Saia Inc. produced nearly $2 billion in revenue, making this a sensational move for the Atlanta economy.

Catalyst Nutraceuticals

Catalyst Nutraceuticals

Catalyst Nutraceuticals recently moved its headquarters from Alpharetta to Buford in Gwinnett County, creating 200 jobs. The company, founded in 2015, specializes in high-quality dietary supplements in powder and capsule form to promote consumer health and wellness. The contract manufacturer approaches business holistically and offers its customers a wide variety of customizable products with flavor branding for complete satisfaction.


Outreach is a revolutionary sales platform that equips a smaller company with the power to perform on a larger scale. Born out of the need to meet quarterly goals while understaffed, the company’s program gives teams the innovative power to engage with consumers on a more efficient and larger scale. The expansion from Seattle to Atlanta created up to 200 jobs, providing sales engagement and intelligence software to propel our city forward.

Intuitive Surgical Inc.

Intuitive Robotics

With top medical centers like Emory University Hospital, Piedmont Atlanta Hospital and Cancer Treatment Centers of America, the recent move of Intuitive Surgical Inc. from California to Atlanta brings innovative medical technology and 1,200 jobs to the metro area. The company’s advanced Da Vinci Robotic Surgical System provides a less intrusive surgical method that has proved especially helpful in detecting and performing biopsies on hard-to-reach cancer nodules.