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Beth McLaughlin

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Beth McLaughlin

Accounting Administrator/Office Manager

Joining SEDA in 2018 as the executive assistant to the President and CEO as well as office manager, Beth McLaughlin now works directly with the Vice President of Finance, Administration & Compliance. As the office manager, Beth oversees all aspects of the World Trade Center Savannah building, as well as office operational systems, processes and infrastructure. Always looking for ways to improve and streamline workflow, Beth is tasked with researching and launching systems and applications to help staff work more efficiently and communicate more effectively, as well as administering processes that are less manual and more automated. As a Savannah native, she has the desire and drive to do her part to see the Savannah region thrive!

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Bioplastics company to open facility in Savannah, creating more than 100 job opportunities

On Sept. 8, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that bioplastics company NANTRenewables, a subsidiary of NantWorks, will invest up to $29 million to build a manufacturing facility at SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah. This venture will create 134 manufacturing jobs in Chatham County. Hiring is expected to begin…


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Gov. Kemp Announces Purchase of Mega-Site in Bryan County

Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced the authorization to purchase a 2,284-acre economic development site in partnership between the State of Georgia and the Savannah Harbor-Interstate 16 Corridor Joint Development Authority (JDA). The strategic purchase of the Bryan County Mega-Site is the largest in state history. Officials from the Georgia…


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WebstaurantStore to expand Georgia presence, create 100+ jobs in Chatham County

On May 11, Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that WebstaurantStore, a supplier to food service professionals around the world, will open a distribution center in Chatham County, creating more than 100 jobs. The company also currently has two facilities in Albany, Georgia, which employ more than 350 Georgians. “I want…


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