The Georgians First Commission launched by Governor Kemp

By State of Georgia Government |

The Georgians First Commission has launched its website to hear directly from the public about burdensome regulations, fees, and taxes that negatively impact Georgia's small business environment.

The Georgians First Commission, established by Governor Kemp on January 14, 2019, will review state regulations, policies, and procedures to streamline government, remove inefficiencies, and secure Georgia's place as the top state for small business in the country.

"The Georgians First Commission is working hard to tackle the challenges affecting entrepreneurs and job creators across our state. Together, we are committed to making Georgia the best state in the nation for small business, but we need your help," said Governor Brian Kemp. "To reach our goal, we are asking hardworking Georgians in every region of our state to tell us about the obstacles that they face in starting and growing their companies."

Share your small business story to make Georgia a better place to work, start a business, and grow a business. 

We hope you'll participate and help Georgia highlight why they are the best state for small business!