The Atlanta Business Chronicle Market Report on Friday, May 27 featured the Gainesville-Hall County MSA as the edition’s sole focus. The print edition will be distributed to 210,000 subscribers and at bookstores and newsstands throughout Georgia. The Atlanta Business Chronicle’s subscriber base is an affluent “who’s who” of corporate leadership across Georgia. Eighty-one percent of readers are employed in top management positions (vice president positions or higher).
The Market Report will highlight Gainesville-Hall County’s business recruitment successes, tourism, recent retail growth, healthcare, infrastructure investments and the VISION 2030 initiative. Business leaders, elected officials and economic development volunteers were among those interviewed for the publication.
This special report was made possible through the marketing support of many organizations, including: Northeast Georgia Medical Center, The Longstreet Clinic, Pattillo Construction, King’s Hawaiian, Lanier Technical College, Charter Business, the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, Hall County and the cities of Gainesville, Oakwood, Flowery Branch and Lula. bizjournals.com