COVID-19 Business Resources : Gwinnett’s Economic Development team is available to continue serving your businessLearn More
- COVID-19 Business Resources : Gwinnett’s Economic Development team is available to continue serving your business
- Coffee & Conversations : Share meaningful conversations with County officials and fellow business leaders
- Gwinnett Entrepreneur Center will provide startups & entrepreneurs with instruction, networking, coworking space, & offices
Office of Economic Development
The Gwinnett County Office of Economic Development is committed to the fiscal well-being of the county, its businesses, and its citizens. Each of our economic development managers possess a unique range of skills well poised to bring about economic success in the county.Gwinnett County is the lead financial supporter of Partnership Gwinnett, a public-private initiative dedicated to bringing new jobs and capital investment to the County, and works closely with the team to spur prosperity in the county. To learn more about the Partnership Gwinnett initiative, visit PartnershipGwinnett.com.
Economic Development: Investing in the economic vitality of our community
As Gwinnett County and the country deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gwinnett County Office of Economic Development team remains available to serve your business needs. They are available by phone, video conferencing, and email to assist you. Our Business Outreach assistance is still available, but we have postponed all in-person meetings and Coffee and Conversation networking events at this time.
We will also be posting information about resources and ways to help our business community weather the pandemic. We are here to help you get past this and to prosper.
Georgia has received a statewide declaration from the U.S. Small Business Administration that will provide SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans to impacted small businesses. The loans are available for small businesses and non-profit organizations. To learn more, please visit our Business Resources and Information page.
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners makes Gwinnett County “the best place to do business” by providing efficient, customer-focused government services and infrastructure that attract and encourage private investments and developments from all over the world. With a population of more than 950,000, Gwinnett County is the second-most populous county in the state of Georgia and a premier location for locating, growing, and conducting business.
A business-friendly competitive tax structure, incentives, and low operating costs attract new businesses across multiple industries. A diverse population, with more than 100 languages and dialects spoken in households, supports thriving international communities and businesses. The diversity, ethnic food, festivals, and cultural experiences from across the globe all make Gwinnett a true international destination.