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About Gwinnett

About Gwinnett

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Published by Dennis Han
This will help viewers to better understand how one local county in U.S. is being imrpoved and promoted to create a better living atmosphere by incorporating among and between the Chamber, the County Government, area business owners & entrepreneurs, the diverse community and the people all working as a big ONE TEAM. This file will identify which area [Gwinnett County, located about 30 minutes North of City of Atlanta Georgia in South East region in U.S.; 2nd largest county in Georgia and one of the fastest growing Korean-American populations in the nation as well as in general with such unique and good quality of life being emphasized.
This will help viewers to better understand how one local county in U.S. is being imrpoved and promoted to create a better living atmosphere by incorporating among and between the Chamber, the County Government, area business owners & entrepreneurs, the diverse community and the people all working as a big ONE TEAM. This file will identify which area [Gwinnett County, located about 30 minutes North of City of Atlanta Georgia in South East region in U.S.; 2nd largest county in Georgia and one of the fastest growing Korean-American populations in the nation as well as in general with such unique and good quality of life being emphasized.

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About Gwinnett
With experts predicting Gwinnett to become Georgia’s largest county in less than five years andits enviable proximity to the state’s leading colleges and universities, this economic powerhousehas emerged as metro Atlanta’s leading hub for technology, bioscience, and innovativecompanies of the future.Located just 20 minutes northeast of downtown Atlanta and covering 437 square miles, Gwinnettis one of the southeast’s leading high-tech hubs. A leading research and development center, it islinked to the top six research colleges and universities in Georgia, and is home to more than 850manufacturers, 1,300 high-tech companies, 275 bioscience-related and 375 international firms.Gwinnett is home to more than 10 percent of the total metro Atlanta high-tech companies andseven of the region’s top 25 high-tech employers operate facilities in Gwinnett. The current laborforce is approaching 400,000 and includes more bioscience employees than any other county inGeorgia.That labor force is also well-educated thanks to one of the nation’s top performing public andprivate school systems. It’s the home to the largest, most diverse, and most successful publicschool system in the state. The result: 85 percent of Gwinnett’s students continue education afterhigh school.Since 1985 Gwinnett has rated first nationally in economic strength by a Woods and Poole studydocumenting local employment, salary, education, manufacturing and service sector diversity,employment growth and household income. Since 1997 Gwinnett County’s bonds were elevatedto triple-AAA status, one of only 20 counties in the United States with such a distinction.Gwinnett’s solid transportation network is well facilitated by roadways, air, rail, and ports.Highways I-85 and I-985 traverse the county, as do Georgia Highways 316, 29, 78, 23, and 141.The county and state have invested more than $700 million dollars in recent road improvementsincluding the reconstruction and improvements to the I-85/316 interchange, the largest roadproject in DOT history.Gwinnett is also home to more than 60 major business parks including the fourth largest high-tech business park in Georgia, Technology Park/Atlanta, with almost 3.1 million square feet.Each enjoy water, sewer, power, fiber optics, and zoning in place with a range of spaces andcompetitive leasing rates. The availability of affordable land resources and receptive developersmakes the county an ideal setting for new construction.Hotels, restaurants, schools, and residential communities are among the finest and most diversein metro Atlanta. Two of the region’s most successful luxury home communities, Sugarloaf andRiver Club, nestled in Gwinnett. Recreational facilities abound and the 80-acre Gwinnett Centercampus is home to the Arena, Convention Center and Performing Art Center, providing first-classconcerts, theatre, meeting and convention space. Gwinnett’s growing population also supports athriving retail market that tops annual revenues of nearly $13 billion.Gwinnett continues to experience unprecedented growth, attracting a skilled, motivatedworkforce. Job growth has been strong, with more jobs being created in Gwinnett in 2005 than inCobb, Fulton, and DeKalb Counties combined. It is one of the youngest and fastest growingcounties in the country, with a population of more than 730,000 and 395,000 jobs. Its economic 

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