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From low tax rates, to plenty of workers and support services, the Peach State is perfect for franchises.


From low tax rates, to an abundance of workers, a strong transportation infrastructure and plenty of support services, the state of Georgia is an attractive locale to open a franchised business.

With its pro-business climate among the best in the nation, the state offers plenty of assistance including Small Business Tax Relief, Entrepreneur & Small Business Loan Programs, and Work Ready reimbursements. Because of this, it’s no surprise that Georgia has a higher density of start-ups than most states, but what is surprising is that the most profitable businesses are in the suburbs and smaller cities; six of the top ten places to do business in the state of Georgia have a population under sixty thousand and have an average revenue per business that’s higher than the state’s largest cities.