Boasting the strongest private-sector job performance in metro Atlanta over the past decade and its enviable proximity to the state’s leading colleges and universities, Gwinnett County has emerged as metro Atlanta’s leading hub for technology, bioscience and innovative companies of the future.
Home to FORTUNE 500 and 1000 companies, Gwinnett County is home to a wide range of businesses – from industry giants like Cisco, Merial, Sage Software and AGCO to international corporations like WIKA Instruments and Ricoh Electronics Corporation to homegrown success stories like Optimus Solutions, Cypress Care and Suniva.
Only 20 minutes northeast of Atlanta, and strategically located between five major colleges and universities, Georgia Tech, Emory University, Georgia State University, University of Georgia and Georgia Gwinnett College, Gwinnett County is the driving force in a high-powered, information-based economy.
Gwinnett County’s cultural, arts and sports scenes are impressive as well, offering plenty of amusement for all ages. Learn about Georgia history at the Southeastern Railway Museum, attend a hockey game or concert at The Arena at the Gwinnett Center or be immersed in a professional theater performance at the Aurora Theatre.