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Business & Industry Resources

Huntsville is ASmartPlace for new and expanding businesses, especially in our primary sectors of aerospace, defense, information technology, bioscience, and advanced manufacturing. We have a history of rising to the challenge. Learn how your business can thrive here.

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Moved to the Region in 2020

Economic Data

From our latest list of top employers to demographic profiles of our workforce, we are your clearinghouse for economic research.

Infrastructure and Utilities

Huntsville’s regional infrastructure consists of multiple main highways, an international airport, and a railway, all ready to support the rapidly growing economy across North Alabama. 

Sites and Buildings

Huntsville has a business-friendly environment with existing buildings, greenfield sites, and industrial parks ready for immediate development.

Licensing and Permitting

The Chamber is committed to assisting your company and industry by providing all the licensing and permitting information you need to grow your business.

Abatements and Incentives

Qualifying projects can apply for abatement of sales & use and property tax (with some exclusions). Competitive projects can request discretionary incentives through the Chamber from state, local and regional partners. Jobs, wages, and capital investment are all factored into support decisions.

Tom Stanton

Chief Executive Officer, ADTRAN

“Huntsville is a great place. It is a diverse community with a lot of different interests. No matter what you’re looking for you’re probably going to find it here.”

Dalton Hicks

Test Facilities Engineering Intern at Blue Origin

“Blue Origin is moving here because the workforce here is very engaged and will get anything done that’s asked of them. “

Joel Williams

Materials Engineer, Marshall Space Flight Center

“Huntsville has the infrastructure for business growth. You have engineers, you have scientists, you have a community of people who are interested, willing, and capable.”

Jay Skylus

CEO, Aevum, INC

“Huntsville is a tech city. The people in Huntsville are really connected to the rest of the world because of the type of work that we do here.”

Kim Lewis

2019 Vice Chair, Economic Development & Industry at Cummings Research Park

“[Cummings] Research Park is changing. It’s developing into a park that is more conducive to the type of employers you’re trying to attract right now. You have telecommuters and a new type of workforce. People can collaborate better.“
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