April 2013

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2013 Economic Yearbook: West Central

Enjoying A Resurgence

Published: April 2013
Paper Trail

Paper Trail

Q&A With RockTenn’s Jim Rubright

Published: April 2013

2013 Economic Yearbook: East Central

Energized By Biofuel

Published: April 2013

2013 Economic Yearbook: Gaining Momentum

Georgia Trend’s annual region-by-region look at Georgia’s economy finds positive signs from all corners of the state – finally. Stories by Jerry Grillo, Ben Young, Karen Rosen, Randy Southerland, Christy Simo, Bobby Nesbitt and Don Sadler.

Published: April 2013

2013 Economic Yearbook: Northwest

Staging A Comeback

Published: April 2013
Solutions & Partnerships

Solutions & Partnerships

Georgia’s technical college system is building on good relationships with the university system and the business community to boost enrollments

Published: April 2013

2013 Economic Yearbook: Central

A Regional Approach

Published: April 2013
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Archive »Our State

Meriwether County: History With A Future

Meriwether County: History With A Future

Manufacturing and tourism

Published: April 2013
South Metro Atlanta: The Right Location

South Metro Atlanta: The Right Location

Zombies, logistics and healthcare

Published: April 2013
Savannah: Still Soaring

Savannah: Still Soaring

Industry and visitors

Published: April 2013
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: April 2013

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including ViaSat Inc.’s expansion in Duluth, Calpis America’s operations in Peachtree City and a new film production complex in Fayetteville.

Published: April 2013

Organizations: The Mighty Eighth

Candice Dyer highlights the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum in Pooler.

Published: April 2013
Political Notes: April 2013

Political Notes: April 2013

By the georgia trend staff A shout-out to Buddy Darden from the Speaker, time for ethics reform and School Daze in DeKalb County.

Published: April 2013
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Archive »Commentary

Sustainable Georgia: Making Connections

Sustainable Georgia: Making Connections

Reaching out to other states to solve transportation problems makes good sense, just as it does when the issue is water resources.

Published: April 2013
Georgia View: Casey Back At Bat

Georgia View: Casey Back At Bat

After a stint on the DL of Georgia politics, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle has reclaimed his place in the lineup.

Published: April 2013
Business Casual: Dollars And Stars

Business Casual: Dollars And Stars

Georgia’s entertainment industry has come a long way since the days of good-old-boy celebration movies like Smokey and The Bandit. So long, Burt Reynolds. Hello, vampires and zombies.

Published: April 2013
Neely Young: A Better Workforce

Neely Young: A Better Workforce

In Southeast Georgia’s Fiber Belt, the pulp and paper industries are strong. There and elsewhere in the state there’s a real need for a well-trained and well-educated workforce.

Published: April 2013
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Archive »Downtime

Power Players: Support For Natural Resources

Power Players: Support For Natural Resources

Georgia Natural Resources Foundation Executive Director Ben Stowers heads a group that seeks to raise money to bolster DNR programs endangered by shrinking budgets.

Published: April 2013
Art Of The Meal: Graft

Art Of The Meal: Graft

Graft, Gwinnett County’s new farm-to-table restaurant, has a small, often-changing menu that is simple and creative – and some fine, inventive cocktails.

Published: April 2013
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