Greater Jackson Alliance
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111 Capitol Building
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Jackson Convention Center
Greater Jackson Industrial Center
Clinton Business Park
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5630 I-55 Building
Echelon Business Park
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The Greater Jackson Alliance was organized to develop and implement a marketing strategy to promote the Greater Jackson area, to enhance cooperation between the various governmental jurisdictions in the metro area, and to facilitate and coordinate economic development efforts for the Greater Jackson area.  To carry out its mission, GJA serves as the point of contact for companies considering locating or expanding in the Greater Jackson area, acts as the clearinghouse for prospect inquiries, and facilitates prospect visits and tours.  In addition, GJA works in tandem with other economic development groups, governmental entities, and private concerns to provide companies interested in Greater Jackson with the information and assistance they need.

September 8, 2017
Baptist Memorial Health Care opening a 250 employee business office in downtown Jackson

Baptist Memorial Health Care announced Thursday plans to establish a regional business office in the Regions Plaza building in downtown Jackson.

Baptist will lease four floors at 210 E. Capitol St. occupying a total of 41,000 square feet of space that will house 250 employees.

July 19, 2017
Multicraft International celebrates New Division Opening - Creates 50 Jobs

Officials from Multicraft International, state and local leaders recently celebrated the grand opening of the company's new division, Multicraft Ventures, LLC, in Pelahatchie. The project is a $2 million corporate investment and creates 50 jobs.


July 17, 2017
Global Automotive Supplier Calsonic Kansei Expands in Madison

Gov. Phil Bryant and officials from global automotive supplier Calsonic Kansei announced the company’s expansion in Madison. The $16.33 million corporate investment creates 98 new jobs.

“Mississippi’s outstanding reputation in the automotive industry is known worldwide,” Gov. Bryant said. “Calsonic Kansei’s addition of so many new jobs in Madison once again puts our state on the global stage. The expansion proves we have the workforce and business climate to ensure industry leaders like Calsonic enjoy years of success in Mississippi.”

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