This designation means that Fayette is equipped to support small business and provides a business-enabling environment. Translated: we’re a great place to launch the next big thing.
County officials and organizations continue to plan for small business spaces and support services to retain and recruit entrepreneurs. Studies indicate that anywhere from 50 to 70 percent of millennials would like to own their own business. In fact, more than a quarter are self-employed already.
While Fayette County may be known business-wise as being close to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport or as the home of Pinewood Atlanta Studios, it is also becoming the destination for entrepreneurs, particularly in technology and creative fields.
Providing startups and entrepreneurs on the south side of Atlanta access to the education and training they need to succeed
Join us at Startup Fayette and gain access to everything you need to start your small business. Get the best local training to help you build your startup and succeed in your entrepreneurial journey.
- Develop the skills needed to be successful from experienced entrepreneurs and industry experts.
- Gain practical business techniques for the new technology and internet age through presentations, special keynotes, content-sharing and mentoring
- Connect with like-minded individuals and local entrepreneurs to exchange knowledge and expertise
So whether you are launching the next Facebook or opening a new bakery, make sure to join StartUp Fayette and let’s build your new business together.
Small business is booming.
With more than 80% of Georgians working for a small business and over 75% of graduating Georgia high school students having an interest in owning their own business, local leaders in Fayette County have made small business support a top priority.
Small business owners engage not only in their business, but also in this county in immeasurable ways. When you support small business, you’re supporting a dream.