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New Orleans, A Greater Choice for Business

The Greater New Orleans region is comprised of the 10 parishes found in Southeast Louisiana. In this region, you can find a vibrant business community filled with successful companies and skilled workers that live in our diverse collection of neighborhoods.

Growing a Greater Economy in New Orleans

The heartbeat of Greater New Orleans is an economic engine built 300 years ago. Today, it is a popular destination for companies looking for a culturally rich market that attracts a strong workforce, and offers low operating costs to reduce the financial burden of growth.

The region has a long history of nurturing trade, energy, and manufacturing industries. And today, the Greater New Orleans region is one of the fastest growing technology hubs in the country. Our team is here to support companies that want to take advantage of low business costs and generous incentives, and to assist existing companies with growth strategies.

Doing Business in Greater New Orleans

GNO, Inc. is your business concierge, here to assist with site visits, incentives, workforce, and more

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Workforce Training

GNO, Inc. connects companies with higher education and training programs to design curriculum for in-demand jobs

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Talent Assistance

GNO, Inc. works with companies to assist with talent attraction and retention

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Rankings & Facts/Figures

DXC Technology

DXC Technology established a 2,000-job Digital Transformation Center in downtown New Orleans. The project created more direct jobs at one site than any prior economic development deal in the state.

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AWS Training in Louisiana

Connected Amazon leadership with Louisiana community colleges to build out AWS training – ultimately leading to the creation of an AWS Associate’s Degree and certification for the entire LCTCS system.

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