14 Sep 2020
ECG’s team of experts equipped with decades of local, hands-on experience in business development, government affairs, market research, and utilities management strives to provide our communities with the best opportunities available. Part of delivering the highest quality results is emboldening our team members to participate in significant hands-on collaborations with emerging industry thought leaders, intent on affecting change for our communities and cities.
08 Sep 2020
Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that leading global food company General Mills is expanding their Cinnamon Toast Crunch production operations in Covington, Georgia. Improved operations begin next week at the newly expanded facility.
“With Global Fortune 500 companies like General Mills continuing to choose Georgia for their expansion projects, our state’s business community, top-ranked workforce training programs, and unmatched logistics network remain strong,” said Governor Kemp.
03 Sep 2020
Prior to a tour of the new Amazon fulfillment center in Gwinnett County today, Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that Georgia has been named the “Top State for Doing Business” for the seventh year in a row by Area Development.
The executive publication’s annual poll of nearly fifty leading site consulting firms from across the U.S. weighs thirteen different factors to make this determination.
31 Aug 2020
ECG’s Office of Economic & Community Development monthly assembles a list of current grants and funding opportunities that may be relevant to your needs. Highlighted are program offerings by the Community Grant Program and the Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. We update this regularly and will continue to share information about additional funding opportunities.
18 Aug 2020
Thirty-one participants from across South Georgia have committed to investing in the future vitality of the region by participating in the 2020-2021 class of South GeorgiaLEADS. Representing 14 counties of the 21-county region, the desire to engage in the issues facing South Georgia is a consistent passion for this year’s class.