Analog Way, a leading international manufacturer of high-end video processing solutions for the commercial audiovisual industry, joined Georgia Department of Economic Development and Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development to announce the relocation of its operations to Gwinnett County, Metro Atlanta, Georgia. The announcement represents additional jobs and millions of dollars in capital investment for the community.
Analog Ways 15,000 square-foot facility, located at 3047 Summer Oak Place in Buford, will be the companys headquarters for the Americas and will serve several key business operations. This will include: sales, administration, finance, IT, technical support, product repair, business development, warehouse, and more. After years of consistent growth, the companys expansion requirements and tactical planning forced them to look outside of Manhattan, NY, which had been their corporate home for over thirteen years.
Our search for a new home pointed consistently to metro Atlanta as the top choice, explained Jay Gonzalez, President of Analog Way. Some of the key reasons for their selection include a business friendly environment, accessibility, reasonable business tax policies and regulations, delightful southern hospitality, qualified workforce, and very welcome mild weather, to mention a few.
Analog Way is constantly seeking new product innovations and world-class business models. The relocation to metro Atlanta reinforces our position as leaders in the commercial audiovisual industry, stated Adrien Corso, CEO. Our relocation is sure to bring further investment and new competencies to the local area, contributing to the economy here in Gwinnett County.
Over time, Analog Way plans to expand its market reach into other industries as well as expand its product portfolio and overall production throughput.
On behalf of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, we are excited Analog Way decided on Gwinnett County to grow its business operations, stated Ejane Caraway, Director, Life Sciences and Corporate Solutions for the Georgia Department of Economic Development. We will continue to support them as they deepen their economic footprint in Georgia and lead in the commercial audiovisual industry.
Gwinnett County is the ideal location for business looking to expand in the Southeast, said Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash. This expansion is a testament to our dynamic workforce, pro-business climate and innovation opportunities. We look forward to Analog Ways continued growth.
Gwinnett County continues to be a strong draw for companies like Analog Way, said Andrew Carnes, project manager for Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Partnership Gwinnett. We are proud to say that this community attracts diverse companies from around the world as a place where they can invest and grow.
To learn more about Analog Way, please visit www.analogway.com.
For more information, or to learn how to get involved in local economic development efforts, please visit www.gwinnetteconomicdevelopment.com.