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Latest News for Twin City, GA

More than 1,200 new business licenses were issued by Perimeter cities in 2014
Reporternewspapers.net Sandy Springs, GA
January 23, 2015

Statistically, the message appears to be mixed. More new businesses opened in Sandy Springs last year than the year before, but the number of startups are flat in Brookhaven and down in Dunwoody.

According to business license records from the three cities, 1,203 new businesses opened in the Perimeter area during 2014, up from 1,168 the year before. Business owners are trying all sorts of things: some cut hair or sell wigs; others teach yoga or etiquette; still others program computers.

The No. 1 category for new businesses in all three cities was for professional, scientific or technical services, such as computer programming.

The No. 2 category varied from city to city. Personal service businesses and retailers such as nail salons or dry cleaners tied with retail...  Read More