Growing Georgia Together

Accelerating the growth of small and minority-owned businesses for a stronger Georgia.

Connect. Grow. Celebrate.

Minority-owned businesses in Georgia provide over 575,000 jobs to hard-working Georgians and energize the state’s economy. Grow Georgia strives to power these businesses’ growth by connecting them to specialized resources, increasing their partnerships with Fortune 500 firms, and celebrating their success.

News & Events

Sub Contracting Opportunity

Meet Holder on March 23 To Learn About Opportunities to Partner

Holder is hosting an outreach event for one of the most innovative projects at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Thursday, March 23, 20233, from 4 PM to 6 PM. Below is a link that provides a little more detail into the projects and subcontractor opportunities:

Learn more >> March 23 Event

Small Business, Big Impact


Kevin poses with COLORS artwork

We are all people, of all colors.

Interview with Kevin Pullen to discuss his new project, COLORS, and arts and culture are impacting change in the Golden Isles, Georgia.

Co founders of ATL Orthopedics in Atlanta Georgia

Atlanta Orthopedics

Grow Georgia celebrates diverse founders, businesses, and resources that are impacting their communities in big ways, like Atlanta Orthopedics.

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Arcum - powered by AI and community

Launching a startup takes a great idea, but building a company requires much more than that, including a robust network.

A leader with the skills to grow a network is essential for startups to scale, not only for presenting to …

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Spending with diverse companies is on the rise

The best source of funding for small business owners is their customers. Across the State, entrepreneurs are finding creative ways to get in front of buyers for their products and services. Including, adding Fortune 500 firms to their customer list.