Population grew by 87,109 over the last 5 years and is projected to grow by 69,002 over the next 5 years.
Jobs grew by 72,300 over the last 5 years and are projected to grow by 47,577 over the next 5 years.
Region’s average earnings are $6.6K below the national average.
Below national average cost of living.
Where we’re located
SEGA Key Industries
Southeast Georgia has direct access to all major modes of transportation and is a place where people want to live due to the great quality of life, but the biggest asset the Region offers businesses is a great workforce.View All
Tradewinds Industrial Park offers 687 acres with access to I-95 via a one mile drive over Hwy 99 to a completely undeveloped interchange, one of the few remaining on I 95. This industrial park is an opportunity to acquire a highly visible location (I-95) that is located perfectly in between the Port of Savannah and Jacksonville.
This 2,000 acre Industrial Site is located at the Brunswick Golden Isles (BQK) Airport and is available for development and will give direct access to the runway.
A 355 Acre Industrial Site with GRAD Certification located 12 Miles from Brunswick Golden Isles Airport, 20 Miles from the Port of Brunswick and 1 Mile from Interstate 95.
The Port of St. Marys Industrial and Logistics Center 425 developable acres with around 4,000 linear feet of waterfront for development into a dynamic, multi-use port, industrial and logistics center. Strategically located 8 miles from the open ocean and serviced by an active short-line railroad, 10 miles to major Class-1 railroad CSX.
Atlanta’s Jacoby Development is planning a 700-acre mixed-use project in Camden County on Georgia’s coast
The project, called Cumberland Inlet, calls for the redevelopment of approximately 722 acres of the former Durango Paper Mill site located within the city of St. Marys, and adjacent to the North River.
Golden Isles Business Helps Meet the Demand for Face Masks to Keep Glynn Running. Local organizations are working together to keep manufacturing employees protected during the COVID19 pandemic
This page is designed to help the economic development leaders, employers and the workforce in Southeast Georgia respond to the challenges of COVID-19. The Southeast Georgia Allaince would like to help those seeking answers, as well as help to protect health in the community. Below, we’ve begun to compile a list of programs and resources and will continue to populate this list with additional resources as they become available.
The Golden Isles Development Authority awards $3,500 to area businesses to help them with their marketing programs.
Georgia Department of Economic Development Deputy Commissioner for International Relations Visits WTCSav
World Trade Center Savannah (WTCSav) was pleased to host Georgia Department of Economic Development Deputy Commissioner for International Relations Abby Turano for a day focused on international protocol and cross-cultural training. The partner-only events included Savannah City Council and staff, WTCSav partners and local business leaders.
Leadership Southeast Georgia (LSEGA) is pleased to announce the 28 participants who have been selected to join its 2020 class. These individuals live and work within Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh and Screven counties, which together are known as Georgia’s coastal region.