The Georgia Resource Center is located in the Busbee Center for Global Economic Development and Innovation in Midtown Atlanta, along with all of the state's other economic development and international trade resources.
While the facility is owned and operated by Georgia Power, it has been a public-private partnership dedicated to business attraction and expansion since its beginning in 1991. Today, the partnerships continue with a multitude of state and local organizations through the sharing of databases, resources, information and use of the facility for meetings and presentations.
Here are some of the things you will find when visiting the Georgia Resource Center:
- The state's most experienced and knowledgeable project managers, engineers, researchers, 3-D graphic designers and support team.
- State-of-the-art visualization and presentation technologies.
- GIS databases, site optimization software and workforce analysis tools cover most any request for information from site location professionals or community developers.
- Videos about Georgia's business advantages are available in six languages, including Korean, German, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese.
Other statewide developers and resources located at the Busbee Center include the following:
- Georgia Department of Economic Development
- Technical College System of Georgia's Quick Start Office (customized free training programs)
- Governor's Office of Entrepreneurial and Small Business Development
- Advanced Technology Development Center (Business Incubator)
- Georgia Electronic Design Center
- Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute
- University System of Georgia's Office of Economic Development