2019 was a historic year for Greater New Orleans largely because of our unmatched level of partnership between individuals, organizations and parishes.See the event video, presentation, and more.
GNO, Inc. strives to serve as your local partner – a concierge service for companies – when deciding where to locate or launch your business.Learn More
The State of Louisiana currently boasts some of the most aggressive incentives in the nation, which help with labor and production costs.Learn More
Beyond the unique cultural offerings the region is known for are dozens of communities which offer a variety of lifestyle options – from rural to city center and everything between.Learn More
The vision for the New Orleans Music Economy initiative is for New Orleans to have both the brand of America’s premier music city and a thriving music economy that provides jobs and wealth to support all aspects of the business of music.
The community of southern Louisiana supports a sustainable, fiscally responsible Nationalview all initiatives
February 16, 2020
Microsoft’s Xbox Game Studios has announced it will host a free, hands-on, game development camp – open to aspiring game… Read More »Read More
Dear Friends of Greater New Orleans, This past Friday, we welcomed over 1,200 business and civic leaders to the GNO,… Read More »Read More
December 19, 2019
Medline Industries Inc. will build an 800,000-square-foot distribution center and create more than 460 new direct jobs in St. Tammany… Read More »Read More
WorkNOLA is the leading web site for professional employment listings in the Greater New Orleans region. The platform is free to use for job seekers and employers.Learn More
Yes, we do enjoy many of the best restaurants in the world. And yes, there are more than 300 festivals that celebrate just about everything you can think of celebrating.Learn More
Whether it be companies just moving to the Greater New Orleans region, or businesses which have chosen to stay and expand, there have been several notable victories for our economic growth over the past several years.view the stories