April 2018

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2018 Economic Yearbook: Laying the Groundwork

2018 Economic Yearbook: Laying the Groundwork

From the ports to railroads, highways and airports, Georgia’s infrastructure is one of the primary reasons the state is No. 1 for business.

Published: April 2018
The Robots Are Here

The Robots Are Here

And they’re delivering unprecedented precision to surgery and less pain and shorter recovery times to patients

Published: April 2018
Deep Impact

Deep Impact

For Georgia Tech’s ATDC, it’s not just about growth – it’s about meaningful growth

Published: April 2018
Not Your Daddy’s Vo-tech School

Not Your Daddy’s Vo-tech School

Georgia’s technical college system is preparing students for careers and making sure industry has a ready supply of employees. But keeping enrollment numbers up is a challenge.

Published: April 2018
Four for the Future

Four for the Future

Success in communities across Georgia starts with leadership – and a plan

Published: April 2018
2018 Industry Outlook

2018 Industry Outlook

What’s ahead in more than 20 of the state’s top industries.

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Our State

South Metro Atlanta: It’s Time

South Metro Atlanta: It’s Time

Airport developments, film studios and urban centers

Published: April 2018
LaGrange | Troup County : An Open Invitation

LaGrange | Troup County : An Open Invitation

Local attractions, global business and healthcare

Published: April 2018
Savannah | Chatham County: History Meets the Sea

Savannah | Chatham County: History Meets the Sea

Tourism, economic diversity and education

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Up Front

Organizations: The Sugar Bert International Sports Foundation

The Sugar Bert International Sports Foundation trains at-risk, underserved children in the art of boxing.

Published: April 2018

Political Notes: Ups, Downs and In-betweens

NRA support to Georgia’s congressional delegation, a new PSC chair and a new state rep for District 175.

Published: April 2018

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Georgia is named a top LEED state, and the St. Simons Land Trust aims to preserve the island’s natural setting.

Published: April 2018

Trendsetters: Sparta Mushrooms

Mushroom Mavens

Sparta Mushrooms is providing local jobs and produce at Metro Atlanta farmers markets.

Published: April 2018

Economic Development Around the State

Projects in Duluth, Newnan, Houston County and more.

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Opinion

From the Publisher: Taking Stock

From the Publisher: Taking Stock

Georgia benefits from a large network of environmental groups as well as public and private entities dedicated to sustainability.

Published: April 2018
Business Casual: House and Home

Business Casual: House and Home

Making a home is a pretty universal instinct, but homefinding and homemaking aren’t always easy.

Published: April 2018
At Issue: Planting a Flag

At Issue: Planting a Flag

Tax incentives have been a boon to Georgia, but a careful review is needed.

Published: April 2018
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Archive »Downtime

Georgia Fare: C. Ellet’s

Georgia Fare: C. Ellet’s

With a dual-service concept and an emphasis on flat-out delicious food, C. Ellet’s hits a home run in Cobb County.

Published: April 2018
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