By Kristi Reed
A Norcross company specializing in the collection of human plasma is expanding in size and adding staff.
ADMA BioCenters will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 4, to celebrate a $1.5-million, 15,000-square-foot expansion at their Jimmy Carter Boulevard facility. The company is also adding 20 new positions. Read more.
For Raul Tirado, Thursday’s Gwinnett Chamber Job Fair and Business Expo was an opportunity to get a lot done in a short period of time.
“Basically, you have everything in one place. You don’t need to be spending too much time to find an opportunity — to get at least an interview or the possibility of an interview,” he said. “That’s a good thing.” Read more.
Southern hospitality, ample space and a friendly business environment are just a few of the reasons Jim Jacoby believes the Gwinnett-based Atlanta Media Campus will be a success.
“Hollywood is really excited about coming here,” he said.
Jacoby was the featured speaker at the Aug. 21 Gwinnett Chamber luncheon. Jacoby serves as chairman of Jacoby Development, the company behind the 114-acre mixed use project in Norcross being billed as the largest movie studio campus in the Southeast. Read more.