In a recent release published by Site Magazine, Milledgeville-Baldwin County made the list of nationally ranked Top Micropolitans of 2014, determined by number of new and expanded corporate facility projects, ranked 74 out of 576 micropolitans in the nation.
“We are committed to the expansion of local business and industry and are proud of the two expansions that occurred in 2014,” says Matt Poyner, executive director of the Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville and Baldwin County (DAMBC). “Our approach to economic development is twofold. We facilitate the success, growth, and retention of local companies by providing services, solutions, and support to meet their needs. Additionally, we focus on recruiting new business and industry which creates local jobs and expands our local economic base.”
The Development Authority of the City of Milledgeville & Baldwin County (DAMBC), jointly funded by both the City and County, is tasked with recruiting new companies as well as working with the existing businesses in the community to grow primary jobs and investment.