Our Atlanta Location

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International hub for trade and travel

The Southeast represents the fourth largest economy in the world and Atlanta is its centerpiece. Having the busiest airport in the world, Hartsfield–Jackson International Airport, has helped make Atlanta an international nexus for trade, cargo, tourism and diplomacy, in addition to the proximity of the Savannah and Brunswick ports. Since the 1996 Olympics, the city continues to assert itself on the international stage.

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Fortune 500 Destination

The fastest–growing city in the Southeast has also become an international destination for large companies. Already home to Coca Cola, AT&T Mobility, Turner Entertainment, Home Depot, NCR, UPS, Delta Airlines and Accenture, Atlanta has established itself as a center for Fortune 500 companies—the fourth largest in the country. More than 75% of Fortune 1000 companies also have operations in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

World–Class Attractions

With attractions such as the Georgia Aquarium (the largest in the world), The World Congress Center, Philips Arena, CNN and the World of Coca Cola, Atlanta is a city as rich in international potential as it is in history.

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Education and Research

Atlanta has been ranked as a top higher–education metro area, thanks to institutions such as Emory University, Georgia Tech, Georgia State University and many technical colleges. It is also home to the Centers for Disease Control. The area’s research facilities and the young, educated professionals that access them are a significant resource and add to a desirable work force.

Growing relationships across the world

Atlanta has growing trade relationships with Turkey, Denmark, France, Poland, India and Taiwan, among others. China and Germany are two of the city’s top trade partners. There are 2,100 international businesses in the city, which is a major destination for immigrants from Mexico, Latin America, India, China and Africa. Atlanta’s foreign–born residents make up roughly 15% of the city’s population. With its global connectedness, business friendly environment, low cost of living and high quality of life, Atlanta continues to attract businesses and residents at one of the fastest rates in the country.

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