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What is it about Madison County that’s made it one of the South’s most desirable locations?

Maybe it’s the fact that, in Madison County, you can have everything—without giving up anything. We offer a stable, decidedly pro-business climate and a hardworking, educated workforce that understands and appreciates the value of a good job. The cost of doing business in Madison County is among the lowest in the U.S. And we’re centrally located in one of the fastest-growing regions of the United States with close proximity to key U.S. markets and also fast-growing Central and South American economies.

These facts usually don’t come as a surprise. However, site consultants and business executives are generally amazed at the outstanding quality of life we enjoy here. Few places in America can offer our high standard of living at such an affordable cost. Housing options include everything from waterfront million-dollar executive homes to master-planned communities developed in the new urbanism tradition to quaint neighborhoods with tree-lined streets and friendly neighbors.

Madison County is also home to high-end shopping centers and locally owned boutiques, outstanding restaurants featuring unique local and international flavors, and numerous entertainment and cultural opportunities, both locally and in the metro Jackson area. Recreation opportunities are plentiful, too, with the Ross Barnett Reservoir, the Natchez Trace, and the county’s extensive system of paved biking and walking trails.

It’s no wonder Madison County is one of the state’s fastest-growing counties and a growing destination for business—from global businesses like Nissan North America, in Canton, to homegrown success stories like Bomgar and C-Spire.

When it comes down to it, there’s really no better place to locate a business than Madison County, Mississippi. Talk to us to learn more about making the natural choice for business success.

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