The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) today announced that Corvaglia Group, a Switzerland based supplier to the beverage industry, will build a new manufacturing facility in Newnan.
OFS Fitel, LLC, a manufacturer of optical fiber products, will create 200 jobs and invest $138.9 million in the expansion of both their Norcross and Carrollton facilities.
The Center for Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning in Washington, D.C. recognized Carroll County and other community, business and educational leaders in apprenticeship and work-based learning at a luncheon hosted by Jobs for the Future (JFF), a national non-profit focused on bridging educational and economic opportunity for underserved populations. The purpose of the event was to […]
Development Authority of Heard County Announces the Relocation of Wall Asphalt Services, Inc., to Heard County
The Development Authority of Heard County has agreed to sell 4 to 5 acres in the Industrial Park West in Franklin to Wall Asphalt Services, Inc. The Company is presently located in Villa Rica, Georgia.
The Three Rivers Regional Commission (TRRC), with headquarters in Griffin, Georgia is nearing the end of its search process for the hiring of an executive director. Former executive director Lanier Boatwright retired June 30, 2017. Twenty-one (21) candidates submitted their credentials for consideration to the TRRC Executive Search Committee chaired by Mr. Peter Banks, Mayor […]
The Heart of West Georgia presented a check in the amount of $30,000 to The Thread to cover the cost of replacing exercise devices that are located within Granger Park.
Janus International Group, LLC in Temple was chosen as a first-round winner of the annual Atlanta Metro Export Challenge, a grant program targeting local companies with innovative export strategies.
The Burson Center, a mixed-use business incubator and resource center facilitating entrepreneurship, innovation, and business growth by assisting new ventures, was awarded the “Excellence in Business Support & Economic Development, USA” by Corporate LiveWire.
Carroll Tomorrow was invited by Washington DC-based Jobs for the Future (JFF), a national nonprofit that builds educational and economic opportunity for underserved populations, to participate in a series of meetings discussing innovative apprenticeships and work-based learning initiatives.
When a company chooses to locate in Carroll County and has a need for a soft landing location, Carroll Tomorrow offers a unique opportunity. The Burson Center, a mixed-use business incubator and resource center, provides offices, meeting and conference rooms plus a variety of services.