7.42 out of 10 in Taxation and Regulation
7.31 out of 10 in Workforce Quality
7.80 out of 10 in Living Environment
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Georgia’s robust incentive program for TV and film productions brought in 245 productions in fiscal 2016, which spent $2.02B during that time and generated an economic impact of $7.2B, according to Georgia’s Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office. The Peach State offers up to a 30% tax credit for all film and TV productions shot in the state: 20%, plus an additional 10% for productions that embed the Georgia logo in their program or participate in other promotional marketing for the state (according to AdWeek).
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“Georgia has very active and strong Chambers of Commerce and trade associations that work very well with the state and Metro governmental organizations. The state has a very pro-business posture.”