Southeast Georgia is the perfect place for companies that need a cost competitive location that can reach the entire Southeast United States in a single day of driving.
The Southeast Georgia Region has a concentration of skilled workers and several technical training institutions that turn-out a steady pipeline of qualified workers. In addition, the Region is perfectly located in between the Port of Savannah and the Port of Jacksonville and is home to the Nation’s busiest Ro/Ro port… the Port of Brunswick.
Why Choose Southeast Georgia?
Latest News from Southeast Georgia
As reported in The Darien News, June 1, 2017 issue: McIntosh County Academy is Named One of the Best High Schools in America by US News & World Report Special to the News “U.S. News & World Report
From Griff Lynch: Harbor Deepening Project Update
Tracey Bosman -Managing Director BLS & Co., Mel Baxter -BGCDA President, Cedric King -BGCDA Chairman The team at the Brunswick-Glynn County Development Authority have been awarded the 2017 Excellence in Economic Development Award from the prestigious
The Southeast Georgia Region is located closer to the interior of the United States than any other point on the East Coast which greatly reduces shipping times and expenses. Take advantage of three major ports and all other modes of transportation… locate in Southeast Georgia.
East Coast View
All major forms of transportation and direct access to several major ports ensures you can reach the entire Southeastern United States market.
Located directly between Savannah, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida, the Southeast Georgia Region offers access to the biggest benefits of both regions – including a labor draw that’s in excess of 2 million and the Port of Savannah and the Port of Jacksonville.
Southeast Georgia Counties
The Southeast Georgia Alliance was originally formed in 2004 and is made up of six counties that focus on regional economic development.
Click below to learn more about the counties the make up the Southeast Georgia Alliance.