In Greater West Georgia, business is speeding ahead. But don’t just take our word for it. Check out this small snapshot of what makes our area so appealing to businesses of all sizes and in a wide range of categories.

In 2011, Carroll Tomorrow began its new five year plan, with Workforce Education and Development listed as a primary focus.

In August 2012, Cancer Treatment Centers of America opened its fifth and newest regional destination hospital outside Atlanta in Newnan, Ga.

Coweta County is the home to the first college and career academy in Georgia and serves as the model for the state’s program.

Franklin, Georgia, has been named one of the “Top 50 Small Cities to Raise Your Children” by Bloomberg Businessweek.

In 2014, Niagara Bottling announced its new Southeastern manufacturing facility would be located in Coweta County, bringing more than 70 jobs and almost $80 million in new investment to the community.

When automotive supplier Yachiyo came looking for a new Georgia location, Carroll County made the short list.

Honda Precision Parts of Georgia recently expanded their transmission production facility in Tallapoosa, Georgia, in a multi-national competitive process.

Polk County has a very active and successful speculative building program that has been around since 1993.