Right to Work Georgia is Welcoming These Businesses

Businesses are coming to Right to Work Georgia as a result of the incredible economic benefits here. These businesses include MBSE and SKC, as well as Cannondale. Altogether, they will create a total of 535 new jobs. So they will be great additions to their respective areas!

Read on to learn more and see what others are saying about these investments.


MBSE is adding new headquarters in Right to Work Fayette County, Georgia. This will then create 75 new jobs for the area!

“We are proud Georgia’s business environment continues to attract quality companies like MBSE and gives them the tools necessary to invest, create jobs, and produce world-class entertainment. […] From a steady workforce pipeline to a diverse array of industry assets, MBSE has everything productions need to make great television shows and films right here in Georgia, and we look forward to their continued growth in the Peach State.” […]

“We’re thrilled to see MBSE grow in the State of Georgia. […] MBSE’s expansion shows how important Georgia’s talent and rich landscape is to the film and TV business and signals important growth to come in jobs and revenue for our state.”



SKC is investing $473 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Covington, Georgia. This will also create 400 new jobs!

“This announcement is a prime example of Georgia being at the forefront of addressing one of our nation’s most pressing supply chain roadblocks, which has affected so many U.S. manufacturers. […] This decision by SKC speaks not only to the success they have found since first locating in Georgia, but also to the shared commitment we have in creating bold, innovative solutions right here in our state. Georgia’s workforce is trained, skilled, and ready to excel in the jobs of the future.” […]

“SKC’s investment in Newton County, Georgia, will directly support the desperately needed domestic manufacturing of semiconductors. […] It also speaks to the level of commitment Georgia brings to the table and the assets we provide companies seeking success here. To be able to announce that SK Group, one of the first Korean investors in Georgia, is once again choosing to do business here is yet another testament to the thriving relationship between our countries. Congratulations to all of our economic development partners involved.”



Cannondale is adding a new location in Right to Work Effingham County, Georgia. This will create 60 new jobs for the area.

“The opening of the facility in Georgia is another step toward our mission of making cycling a part of everyone’s life. The momentum of our plans is in full swing and that means bringing more Cannondale bikes closer to our dealers and their customers.”

“Over the last 18 months, a record number of Americans sought comfort and safety by going back outside. […] I am excited that Cannondale will be able to meet the growing demand for their products from this new facility in Effingham County. We welcome this expansion in Georgia.” […]


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