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Corporate Operations

When it comes to corporate operations, Alabama knows how to leave a lasting impression on companies looking for the perfect place to set up shop.

For seven years in a row, we’ve ranked among the top states for doing business, and earned recognition for low labor costs and workforce development initiatives. And with 11 Metropolitan Statistical Areas and a high quality of life throughout the state, this is the place to be.

Alabama offers the ideal professional environment for companies to grow and thrive, all while keeping an eye on the bottom line. By establishing headquarters operations here, corporations like Regions Financial, Protective Life and HealthSouth have lowered their overall costs of doing business and rank among Fortune magazine’s largest U.S. public companies.

Quick Facts

  • Site Selection Magazine ranked AL in top 5 business climates
  • Business Facilities magazine’s ‘State of the Year’ for 2015
  • Zagat Restaurant Guide named Birmingham the nation’s No.1 up-and-coming food city
  • Capped business privilege tax
  • Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail offers 468 holes of championship golf across the state
  • Employs 28,000 across the state
  •  The State of Alabama has fourteen public four-year universities, seven of which have Doctoral research programs.

Corporate Operations Companies

  • Alfa
  • Books-A-Million
  • Austal
  • Raycom Media
  • Golden Flake Snack Foods
  • BE&K
  • HealthSouth
  • Protective Life
  • Regions Financial
  • Southeastern Conference (SEC)
  • BBVA Compass
  • Brasfield and Gorrie
  • Adtran
  • Intergraph Corp.
  • Vulcan Materials
  • Royal Cup Coffee
  • HOAR Construction
  • Progress Rail
  • Dynetics

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