Doing Business

There are more tax incentives available to new and expanding industries, because of the county's rural designations, and the cost of doing business is generally lower than many larger markets. Plus, the city and Conech County has several available sites and buildings ready for businesses, many of which are easily accessible via Interstate-65. Evergreen also has a skilled workforce ready for your business and statewide and local workforce recruitment and training programs that will help you compete in the global market.

If you are looking for a new location for your business or expansion, contact the Evergreen-Conecuh Development Corporation at 251-578-1000 for customized reports or to schedule a community visit.

 

Starting a New Business

If you are starting a new business and need assistance, there are several resources available for you.  A Small Business Administration office is located within the city and additional services are offered through the Evergreen Conecuh County Chamber of Commerce.

View the following resources for more information:

Economic Development

There are more tax incentives available to new and expanding industries, because of the county's rural designations, and the cost of doing business is generally lower than many larger markets. Plus, the city and Conech County has several available sites and buildings ready for businesses, many of which are easily accessible via Interstate-65. Evergreen also has a skilled workforce ready for your business and statewide and local workforce recruitment and training programs that will help you compete in the global market.

If you are looking for a new location for your business or expansion, contact the Evergreen-Conecuh Development Corporation at 251-578-1000 for customized reports or to schedule a community visit.

Learn more about doing business on our Economic Development website.