Growing in Georgia – Success
The Gainesville-Hall County Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is among the top 50 fastest growing metros in the U.S. Total population is over 200,000 with a daytime population in Gainesville, the county seat, exceeding 100,000 people.
Business and industry make long-term investments in Gainesville-Hall County because of its stability, skilled workforce, visionary leadership and quality of life. We are home to more than 300 manufacturing and processing concerns, and 48 locations of international companies representing 15 countries. From 2013 to 2018, 141 new and expanded industry locations generated 5,400 new jobs, retained 500 jobs and invested more than $1 billion in fixed capital.
Manufacturing remains strong and many allied industries such as automotive suppliers, plastics, consumer goods, food processing and life sciences locate in Gainesville-Hall County to manufacture and distribute products around the world.
DOING BUSINESS IN GAINESVILLE-HALL COUNTY
Live, Work, Play…All in a Day
The Future of Georgia Economic Development
Gainesville-Hall County is a business hub that leads the region in trade, healthcare, education, industry, retail, recreation and the arts. Existing Industry support and recruiting technology businesses and industries is a major focal point of HALLmark 2015-2020, a five year economic development plan. Technology and Education equals progress, so workforce development is a high priority to support existing businesses as they expand next-generation technology applications. Also, workforce development encourages growth in complimentary businesses of life science companies, telecommunications, technology manufacturers, software developers, and tech support industries.
For economic development information, contact Tim Evans at (770) 532-6206 or email Tim