Are you interested in starting a business in Atlanta? You can contact this go-to resource for business development in Atlanta to answer your questions and get started.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber (MAC) serves as a catalyst for a more prosperous and vibrant region. To advance economic growth and improve metro Atlanta's quality of place, MAC is focused on starting, growing and recruiting companies to the 29-county metro Atlanta region. The Chamber is also focused on expanding the region's innovation economy by promoting and strengthening connections to drive Atlanta's innovation and entrepreneurial culture. MAC is committed to being an active voice for the business community, serving as an advocate for a competitive business climate and promoting Atlanta's story. For more information, visit www.MetroAtlantaChamber.com.
MAC provides customized data and insight such as labor data, demographics, cost analysis and more.
MAC provides resources and information about metro Atlanta’s dynamic and diverse talent pool including facilitation of employer interviews.
MAC can connect businesses and their consultants to federal, state, and local business recruitment and expansion resources.
MAC provides confidential real estate resources including real estate data and building and land searches.
As the #1 state for doing business, MAC provides your business with a front row seat to the metro Atlanta business community and leaders.
MAC provides connections to federal, state, and local government entities to understand permits, business licenses, zoning, and more.
MAC provides assistance with employee relocations to Atlanta such as presenting to transferring employees, providing collateral materials about Atlanta, connecting them to educational resources, etc.
MAC provides connections to federal, state, and local government entities regarding business support for investment and job creation.
MAC provides connections and information regarding K-12 and higher education resources, internships, co-ops, recruiting graduates, collaborative R&D, and more.
+1 404 880-9000
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 3400,
Atlanta, GA 30303
To contact us by e-mail, please visit our contact page on our website to fill in the contact form. We would be more than happy to answer all your questions.
The City of Atlanta’s official economic development authority http://www.investatlanta.com/
The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) is the state’s sales and marketing arm, the lead agency for attracting new business investment, encouraging the expansion of existing industry and small businesses, aligning workforce education and training with in-demand jobs, locating new markets for Georgia products, attracting tourists to Georgia and promoting the state as a destination for arts and location for film, music and digital entertainment projects as well as planning and mobilizing state resources for economic development.
Companies wishing to enter a foreign market can actively seek out support by the embassy or consulate of their home country in another city. Staff members are ready to help you begin.
Another source of support and information is the bilateral chamber of commerce of your
home country. The chamber may assist your company in several ways, including
consulting services regarding market research, trade-show assistance, background
verification, preparation of market entry plans and business referral services.
Find your Embassy / Consulate or Chamber of commerce for this city.