While John Scott and other members of the Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority are tasked with recruiting new industry, they must, simultaneously, focus on existing business.
The first step to success in doing business with the FLETC is knowing WHO we are, WHAT we do and buy, and WHERE vendors may capitalize on opportunities. This industry day is intended to provide an overview of the Procurement mission and general framework on doing business with FLETC.
The Gateways Industrial Park has been GRAD certified by the Georgia Department of Economic Development. GRAD Sites take much less time to develop which saves a lot of money for prospective business - which makes Glynn County much more attractive.
Every year the State of Georgia host several prospects and other VIPs that represent large employers that are considering locating or expanding in Georgia.
Brunswick - Golden Isles Airport has received a OneGeorgia Grant for $500,000 that will be used to expand ramp space - creating 150 new aviation jobs.
The 2016 Economic Outlook is just around the corner. If you can't wait, then here's a brief look into what 2016 will mean for Coastal Georgia's economy - via University of Georgia Terry College of Business
Brunswick, Georgia is a community that works together. 42 of Glynn County's community and elected leadership united to do some work for a great cause.
Workforce availability and development is critical for new and expanding businesses. Glynn County and the six surrounding counties have joined forces and enlisted the help of Kate McEnroe to determine how to improve the local workforce.
The FAA is starting the process of licensing Spaceport Camden but the first step is to ensure the project has community support. Voice your support - help launch Spaceport Camden!
Georgia ranked Number 1 State for business for a third year in a row. “Once again, Georgia has been named the top state in which to do business, reflecting our success in strengthening Georgia’s economic environment and creating a top-notch workforce." - Gov Nathan Deal
From Georgia’s shallow marshes on the coast to the rolling hills of North Georgia, potential visitors can now see the state’s diverse landscape to help inspire new vacation ideas. Check out the video on Coastal Georgia.
"In order to ensure efficient processing of cargo, our capacity must remain higher than current demand," Foltz said. "To that end, we will be improving Brunswick facilities serving each of our major business sectors here, including automotive, breakbulk and bulk cargo."