The Best Things About Being An Atlanta Business Owner
Atlanta’s business market has been holding steady, despite impacts from the pandemic that hit last year. The Atlanta area has a lot to offer between the diverse talent pool, reduced regulation and lower cost of living.
Here are a few factors that make owning a business in Atlanta so appealing:
- Atlanta’s metro population is the 5th largest in the U.S., with 5.9 million residents.
- Atlanta ranked 2nd last year for the best business climate.
- Atlanta’s unemployment rate is 5.4%, which ranks 17th out of 51 for large metropolitan areas.
- The metro area continues to attract Fortune 500 and 1000 companies.
“There is lots of opportunity and support [in Atlanta], tons of entrepreneurial groups to get involved in, networking groups, CEO groups, etc., just a heaven for small to midsize companies to do B2B sales,” said Flex HR’s founder Jim Cichanski. Flex HR is a full-service Human Resources consulting and outsourcing firm, headquartered in the Atlanta suburb of Johns Creek, GA. So, what’s the best advice on starting a company in the Atlanta area? Jim added that for a new business to thrive, they need to become part of the Atlanta community, saying, “Network, there are so many opportunities, angel investor meetings, etc.”
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