The US-China Manufacturing Symposium did exactly what Henry County officials hoped.
It opened investors' minds to the possibility of doing business in their area.
Last month, a group of 15 businessmen toured different areas of Henry County.
Three were from China.
They rode tractors, visited a cotton gin and the West Point Stevens building.
County officials say they're very interested in cotton growing and structures.
"We don't have any idea how many jobs there are some other counties other than Henry I think they are interested in too whether it is 20 jobs or 200 jobs we want to welcome them and fin out what they are looking for and what their needs are and within reason satisfy those needs," said David Money, Probate Judge of Henry County.
Money hopes the visitors will make another trip later this summer.