The New Georgia Economy
For over a century, the Georgia Chamber has helped businesses and communities mitigate risk, take advantage of opportunities, and better understand the changes impacting our state.
Today, Georgia’s society and economy are rapidly changing and the pandemic, coupled with the recession, has changed how we address innovation, what we consider community, how we work, and ultimately how we approach life. From free enterprise, diversity, and talent to healthcare, infrastructure, innovation, and rural Georgia, we want to explore what comes next and how we plan for the future.
Through a series of in-person events known collectively as the New Georgia Economy (NGE) Tour, the Georgia Chamber will share data and information from our state’s communities to build a comprehensive planning strategy.
Overview & Region Snapshots
The Georgia Chamber provides information to help businesses plan for the future. Our state is broken down into 12 economic regions. To view snapshots of your respective community's region, please click on the links listed below:
Region 1 (Northwest Georgia)
Region 2 (Northeast Georgia)
Region 3 (Greater Metro Atlanta Area)
Region 4 (Greater Newnan-Coweta Area)
Region 5 (Greater Athens-Clarke Area)
Region 6 (Greater Macon-Bibb Area)
Region 7 (Greater Augusta Area)
Region 8 (Greater Columbus Area)
Region 9 (Greater Dublin-Laurens Area)
Region 10 (Southwest Georgia)
Region 11 (Greater Tifton-Valdosta Area)
Region 12 (Savannah, Brunswick-Golden Isles Area)
* Participants must register for the full event to access this tour stop.
Sponsor the Tour
Elevate your brand and organizational awareness across the state by sponsoring our Tour in 2022. There are numerous ways to participate, and our member engagement team is standing by to help you maximize your investment. Please click here for this year's sponsorship guide.
Sponsor levels will be announced soon or you can contact Ian Rutan in advance at email@example.com for information.
Interested in Joining the Chamber?
Our investor engagement team stands ready to help you grow your business through the state’s largest and most powerful business advocacy engine. To gain insight on policy and future trends, contact the Georgia Chamber Foundation and learn how you can receive exclusive bi-weekly foundation briefings to help you plan your future, today.