SEOUL, KOREA – Carroll Daniel Construction President & CEO, Brian Daniel, traveled to South Korea as part of a business delegation of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce (GHCC) with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to meet with executives at the global headquarters of new and existing businesses. The GHCC delegation participated in the Georgia economic development mission led by Governor Kemp and First Lady Marty Kemp and the Georgia Department of Economic Development. The Greater Hall Chamber joined Governor Kemp in meeting with CJ Group and other top Korean investors in Gainesville-Hall County and Georgia.

South Korea is one of Georgia’s top investor nations, with recent major investments from Korean-owned firms like Hyundai EV, Kia, SK, LG and CJ Group. Georgia is home to 140 Korean owned firms, and the business delegation traveled to South Korea to thank top Korean businesses for their investments in the community and the State of Georgia. 

“Gainesville-Hall County offers a competitive advantage for international businesses by connecting them to world-class talent and industry specific training at Lanier Technical College, the University of North Georgia and Brenau University,” said Tim Evans, Sr. Vice President of Economic Development. “We are constantly building on a network of partnerships and infrastructure that bring global markets closer to Gainesville-Hall County and Georgia.”

Carroll Daniel CEO, Brian Daniel joined Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, First Lady Marty Kemp and the Greater Hall Chamber Business Delegation in presenting CJ Foodville CEO Mr. CH Kim with a 2024 Masters Flag signed by Gainesville’s own 1973 Masters Champion Tommy Aaron.