Gainesville-Hall County offers an unparalleled quality of life and a sound economic base for business and industry and is home to over 300 manufacturing and processing concerns and 50 international company locations representing 15 foreign countries.
The 2019 year-end summary included 14 new and expanded businesses in Gainesville-Hall County adding 1,024 jobs and $292 million in capital investment. The 2020 Milken Institute Report named the Gainesville-Hall County Metro Area as the Top #1 Small Metro Area in Georgia and #8
in the Nation for Best-Performing Small Metros.
The Greater Hall Chamber’s Economic Development Division and the Gainesville-Hall County Economic Development Council (EDC) recently released the 2020 Economic Development Report highlighting the area’s Business, Population & Housing, Infrastructure, Retail, Healthcare, Tourism, Education, Tourism, Workforce Development and the Vision 2030 Initiative.
Link here for the 2020 Economic Development Report.
Numerous reports and resources are provided by the EDC, including the recently launched study of 2020 Logistics Providers, underscoring the impact of 4,800 direct jobs supported by 76 logistics service businesses.
Link here for the 2020 Logistics Services Report.
For more information on these publications or EDC programs, contact Tim Evans, Chamber VP Economic Development, 770-432-6206 or email Tim.