A global image, world class talent, competitive business climate and superior quality of life make the International Hub Atlanta (iHubAtlanta) an ideal place for business and organizations of all sizes.
Similar to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, major airports are powerful engines of local economic development, and airport-related businesses often cluster around these hubs. These clusters have made today’s airports anchors of metropolitan development where travelers and locals can conduct business, exchange knowledge, shop and be entertained, all within a few minutes of the airport. As a result, a new urban form has emerged – AEROTROPOLIS - airports as central business districts.
iHubAtlanta promotes and links global exchanges between the United States and all regions in the world. Its services are offered to entities seeking to strengthen their cultural, educational, and commercial presence – foreign organizations, companies, and governmental ministries interested in securing stronger linkages in the United States and American companies, institutions, and state governments interested in strengthening their presence abroad.
Metropolitan Atlanta has one of the world’s most traveled airports, recording more than 250,000 passengers and 2,000 metric tons of freight passing through daily. It is home to more than 2,800 foreign- owned facilities that employ over 130,000 people.
International Summit of African Ministers of Economy, Finance, Commerce, and Industry October 2017