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Dan Kaufman Leaving Georgia Gwinnett College to Lead the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce on July 1

Bardi Heating and Air, Inc. Receives the 2013 Overall Gwinnett Small Business of the Year Award

 

Greater Gwinnett Place Area Eligible for Opportunity Zone Tax Incentives to Spur Small Business Growth and Job Creation

Two Leading Entertainment Reports Rank The Arena at Gwinnett Center as a Worldwide Top Arena Venue

 

Gwinnett Technical College Enters Academic Partnership with Georgia Tech for Health IT Certificate Program

Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility Gets Best in Nation Engineering Award for Early Completion and Coming in Under Budget

 

Southwest Gwinnett Chamber Officially Opens for Business as “One Voice of Business” for Berkeley Lake, Norcross and Peachtree Corners

ViaSat, Inc. Breaks Ground on a New Facility and Will Expand Gwinnett Footprint by Adding 275 Jobs

 

Gwinnett Braves Celebrate Fifth Season at Coolray Field with Special Promotions Proving to be a Hit with Baseball Fans

Eagle Rock Distributing Company Consolidates, Relocating Operations and 300 Jobs to Norcross

 

Gwinnett County Public Schools Makes the College Board”s AP District Honor Roll Earning a Spot Among the Top 500 School Districts

Sequestration to Force Close of Federal Contract Air Traffic Control Tower at Gwinnett County Airport-Briscoe Field

 

ARRIS Acquires Motorola Home from a Subsidiary of Google, Inc. in a Move Primed to Transform Entertainment and Communications Delivery

Gwinnett Chamber Names Pinnacle Small Business Top 25 for 2013 Honoring the County”s Thriving Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs

 

Partnership Gwinnett Recognizes Exceptional Gwinnett Manufacturing and Supply Chain Companies at the Second Annual Movers & Makers Awards

Palmetto Grant Consulting Wins Third Annual Amazing Entrepreneur Contest

 

Georgia Gwinnett College Earns First National Championship at the 2013

AITP National Collegiate Conference Thanks to Technology Students” Winning Database Design

Gwinnett-based NanoLumens and SoloHealth are Among State”s 2013 Top 10 Innovative Companies as Named by the Technology Association of Georgia

100-Bed Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton to Open in Spring 2015 as Georgia”s First Net-New Hospital in 20 Years

 

Content Marketing Giant Yodle Acquires Gwinnett Health IT Firm Lighthouse 360 Setting the Stage for Rapid Growth

Gwinnett Medical Center-Lawrenceville is First U.S. Level II Trauma Center to Use 4-D Scanner in ER

 

Founded in Gwinnett, National Franchise Carnett”s Carwash Caught Proctor & Gamble”s Attention and is Now Mr. Clean Car Wash##

Gwinnett-based Winton Machine Built the Equipment that Helped Fabricate the Mars Rover

 

Local Surgeons Test New Technology for Robotic Bypass Surgery at Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Cornerstone at NovoLogic Opens Co-Working Space in Lawrenceville as Alternative for Area Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

 

Sonesta International Hotels Corporation Assumes Management of Atlanta Marriott Gwinnett Place

Governor Deal Signs Legislation Expanding Access to the HOPE Grant for Georgia Students Seeking Entry into the State”s Technical College System

 

Visix, Inc. Launches Digital Signage Solution Suitable for K-12 Schools and Small Businesses that Uses a PowerPoint Platform

Gwinnett Transportation Provider Averitt Repeats as Walmart “Carrier of the Year” for Third Time in Four Years

 

Hotel Equities Completes $600,000 Renovation and Assumes Management of Comfort Suites in Lawrenceville

Gwinnett Medical Center Adds Cardiology Practice as CardioVascular Group, P.C. Joins Gwinnett Medical Group

 

Jackson EMC Foundation Awards $44,000 to Gwinnett Agencies in Early 2013, Marking $7.3 Million Put Back into Local Communities Since 2005

New Colonial Buick, GMC Dealership Under Construction in Loganville Will Replace Lawrenceville Facility and Bring New Jobs

 

Providence Christian Academy is First Private School in Georgia to Offer STEM# (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Program

Fielding Four Varsity Sports, Georgia Gwinnett College Athletics Already Having a Positive Economic Impact Around the County

Mail Sort, Inc. Creates Strategic Merger with Apparel Giant OOBE, Inc. to Enhance Core Business Functions

 

County Dedicates Gwinnett Park and Ride Lots to Marion Buice the Program”s Originator and Former Commissioner

Grassroots Georgia Manufacturing Expo Coming to Gwinnett Arena in June to Promote Statewide Job Growth

 

Gwinnett County Public Schools Seeks Mentors from the Business Community for Middle School Students

Eddie Owen Plans to Establish a Music School in Red Clay Theatre Basement to Mentor Up and Coming Talent

Primerica”s New International Headquarters in Duluth Consolidates Numerous Facilities and Operations Under One Roof

LA Fitness-Sugarloaf Undergoes Full Remodel to Meet Needs of the Community It Serves

 

City of Peachtree Corners Charting Course by Gathering Community Input to Generate 20-Year Plan

Two Gwinnett High Schools Among 2013 TAG-Ed WEBChallenge Winners for Web Site and Web-based Application Development

 

The “Food Truck” Craze Hits Gwinnett Streets Each First Friday from May through September in the Suwanee Town Center

Sports Care Connect Provides Concussion Program for Local Youth Sports Organizations to Comply with New State Law

 

Bluewave Computing Plans to Open Regional Facility in Gwinnett for Engineering, Sales and Support Operations

Build-A-Bear-Workshop# Opens Newly Imagined Store at Mall of Georgia, First of 23 in U.S., Ensuring Tech-Savvy Experience

 

Gwinnett-based Polytron, Inc. Celebrates 30 Years of Engineering Excellence and Announces CSIA Certification

Eastside Medical Center Unveils New Patient Tower that Features a Hybrid Operating Suite and 48 Surgical Beds

 

Gwinnett Tech Students Receive over $322,000 in Academic Scholarships from Community Donors and Investors in 2013

Daffy”s Pet Soup Kitchen Will Reach Even More Disadvantaged Pets and Their Owners in Gwinnett with New Mobile Food Centers

 

Big Screen Dreams for Future Arts and Media Education Complex in Norcross as Jacoby Development Puts 100 Acres Under Contract

Green Ribbon School District GCPS Among 14 Nationally to Receive District Sustainability Award from U.S. Department of Education

 

Northside Hospital Adds the Latest Ultrasound Technology to Services Offered at Its Sugar Hill Imaging Center

Bayer Properties Introduces The Shoppes at Webb Gin, Formerly The Avenue Webb Gin, the Company”s First Asset in Georgia

Georgia Gwinnett College Breaks Ground on New Facility for Its School of Science and Technology and New School of Health Sciences

 

Gwinnett-based ASK Staffing, Inc. Makes Inavero”s 2013 Best of Staffing”# Client List Presented in Partnership with CareerBuilder

The Longstreet Clinic Acquires Georgia Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery the former Gwinnett County practice of Mark Cullen, M.D.

 

Ducks Unlimited Gwinnett Chapter Ranks in Top 100 Nationally for Fundraising Efforts from Its Volunteer Committees

Gwinnett County Approves Long-term Lease Making Fort Daniel Historical Site an Archeological Research Preserve and Active Learning Facility

Lilburn Receives Additional Funding for Main Street Relocation Project That Will Also Improve Safety Along Hwy. 29

 

Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau Changes Name and Brand to Explore Gwinnett

Kona Ice-Gwinnett Can Now Bring Shaved Ice Experience Indoors with Its Kona Mini

 

The Dow Jones Average Tops 15,000 for the First Time on May 2, 2013

RE/MAX Regional Services Launches BrokerFirst#, a Web-Based Business Management Tool for Its RE/MAX Broker/Owners

AGCO Participates in Business Roundtable”s 2013 Sustainability Report as One of 147 Leading U.S. Companies “Doing Well by Doing Good”

RBR Ranks NCR No. 1 in Multi-vendor ATM Software with Its APTRA”# Software Suite Taking the Lead in North America, the Middle East and Africa

 

Cisco Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Saint Petersburg”s Government to Support Economic and Social Development in Russia

Despite Rain Surplus, Gwinnett Co. Outdoor Burn Ban in Effect May Through September

Alpharetta City Council Approves $4 Million Bond to Help Fund Construction of Gwinnett Technical College”s North Fulton Campus

Schlotzsky”s# Opens Its Newest Lotz Better# Restaurant in the Suwanee Gateway Adding 40 News Jobs to Local Economy

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