News Archive

Enterprise

Governor Ivey launches ‘Game Plan’ package of economic development bills

Enterprise

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey today launched her plan for Alabama’s continued economic success, The Game Plan, a proposed package of four economic development bills that will strengthen the state’s competitiveness for job-creating projects. Governor Ivey was joined by top leadership of the Alabama...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama Germany Partnership marks 25 years of advancing ‘special relationship’

Enterprise

PRATTVILLE, Alabama — The Alabama Germany Partnership (AGP) marked a milestone Thursday night with an event that celebrated the 25th anniversary of its founding and recognized German companies that are growing in the state with new investments. The AGP, a non-profit member-based organization established...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Alabama’s 2022 projects to inject record $10.1 billion in new investment

Enterprise

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Economic development activity in Alabama generated $10.1 billion in new capital investment during 2022, a new annual record and another indicator of strength in the state’s economy. Governor Kay Ivey announced today that the 2022 Alabama Economic Development Impact Report, compiled...

Written by Jerry Underwood

‘Made in Alabama’ brand marks 10 years of sharing state success stories

Enterprise

The Alabama Department of Commerce’s “Made in Alabama” brand is marking its 10th anniversary, a significant milestone for a long-lasting state marketing campaign that helped propel a robust period of economic development. Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield launched the “Made in Alabama" brand at a...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Pack Health to expand Birmingham operation with 200 new positions

Enterprise

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Leading patient-engagement company Pack Health, a Quest Diagnostics company, today announced plans to add at least 200 new full-time employee positions through an expansion at its Birmingham facility that will create a significant economic impact in the region. As a result...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Peak North America USA creating 175 jobs with new Alabama facility

Enterprise

MOBILE, Alabama — Peak North America USA plans to invest $24 million to open a facility in Mobile County’s Irvington community that will provide equipment and services to the wood products industry. The project will create 175 jobs over the next four years, according...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Gulf Distributing to expand activities with growth project in Mobile

Enterprise

MOBILE, Alabama — Gulf Distributing, one of the oldest beverage distributors in the Southeast, announced plans today to relocate its operations from Moffett Road to Downtown Mobile as part of a project that will create 25 jobs and solidify its future in the city.

Written by Jerry Underwood

EV charging station manufacturer opening first U.S. location in Alabama

Enterprise

AUBURN, Alabama — A new product will soon be added to Auburn’s manufacturing base — battery-buffered fast electric charging stations. ADS-TEC Energy is establishing its first U.S. location in Auburn that will include sales, warehousing and assembly to serve the North American market. ADS-TEC...

Written by Jerry Underwood

For holiday gift twist, consider an Alabama adventure this year

Enterprise

Think outside the gift box this holiday season. From adrenaline-pumping adventures to high-end entertainment, the ways to experience Alabama are vast and varied, and they also make a perfect Christmas present. Here’s a twist on our annual “Made in Alabama” holiday gift guide, because...

Written by Dawn Azok

Alabama-Japan relationship celebrated as robust bonds strengthen

Enterprise

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — Workforce development guru Ed Castile and six growing companies were recognized Thursday night at a ceremony that showcased the strong economic and cultural ties between Alabama and Japan. The Japan-America Society of Alabama (JASA) dinner at the Westin Huntsville brought together...

Written by Jerry Underwood

Stay connected to what's happening in Alabama now.

  • Enter your email address to receive periodic updates on the evolution of business in Alabama.

Ready to start your company's next chapter in Alabama?

Alabama may be small in size, but its ability to accommodate businesses seeking success is vast. See why companies like Mercedes, Airbus, Hyundai, and Honda have decided to call Alabama home.

Find A Site Learn More About Alabama