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Inalfa Roof Systems

Inalfa is the 2013 Georgia Deal of the Year Award recipient and the anchor tenant within Cherokee 75 Corporate Park in southwest Cherokee. Inalfa designs, develops and manufactures sunroof and open-roof systems for the automobile industry.

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#1 SAT Scores

In 2013 Cherokee County School District was ranked 1st in Metro Atlanta and 2nd in Georgia for highest SAT score average.

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Flying High

Cherokee County is home to Universal Alloy Corporation, the leading provider of aerospace aluminum extrusions to the global aerostructures industry. From 2006 through 2013, UAC has been honored with the Gulfstream Aerospace Supplier of the Year Award.

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Work Where You Live

The ARC forecasts Cherokee County will lead Metro Atlanta's job growth until 2040. That prediction came full circle on March 25, when roughly 1000 applicants attended the Cherokee Career Expo.

A PLACE TO THRIVE

When people think of Cherokee County, Georgia, they often think of its rugged beauty and eclectic community. Upon a closer look, they'll see one of the Georgia's most exciting markets. For companies, Cherokee County offers a well-educated and well-equipped workforce; exceptional transportation; and a host of financial incentive programs necessary for sustainable, long-term growth. For professionals and their families, Cherokee County offers a diverse range of housing; impressive healthcare; excellent education; low property taxes; and culture necessary for comfortable living and continuous personal growth.

If you're looking to locate or expand a business, please get to know us. Discover how you can thrive in Cherokee County.

LATEST NEWS

Hundreds of Jobs Available as COED Hosts First Annual Career Expo

CANTON, March 10, 2015 – A recent Regional Snapshot released by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) projects Cherokee County will lead the Metro region in job growth from now until 2040. Over the past three years, the Cherokee Office of Economic Development (COED) has attracted 12 corporations to locate within the county, many of which […]

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