On this page are some sources for several key industries important in Georgia. Supplement these statistics, reports, and directories with information from a newspaper or Atlanta business sources:
Georgia has extensive film/TV production - facilities, shows in production, and more. A big part of the reason is the Film Tax Credit. Below are selected official reports from the Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts. If you want to dig further, search in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution or Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Brief information on companies, and also listing of companies by type of service in Film/TV, from official sources within the Georgia Department of Economic Development:
The real estate industry - whether home sales, new residential construction, commercial real estate (office buildings) -- is important in Georgia, and it impacts other industries. These sources from key industry organizations and also the U.S. Census Bureau can help you get a sense of this industry:
The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension office has much information by Topic Area tab on their website.
The office also has branches in all 159 Georgia counties.
Key topic areas in Georgia agriculture include Fruit, Vegetable and Ornamentals Production ; Field Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Production ; Animal Production. Extension office websites noted also link to popular publications, programs, and services:
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) compiles much information on farms and commodities.