By Patrick Adcock The 2016 Atlanta Metro Export Challenge announced their top five finalists Aug. 20 as part of the JPMorgan Chase-powered Atlanta Metro Export Plan (MEP) grant program designed to help small and medium-sized businesses begin or expand their exporting programs. Narrowed down from a pool of 14 semifinalists who had previously won $5,000 […]
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ChooseATL After 5 Showcases Metro Atlanta to Interns
The first program of its kind, ChooseATL After 5 introduced more than 500 interns to rich experiences as well as helped them make professional and peer-to-peer connections.
Another Year of Celebrating Business and Entrepreneurship
Check out the winners from this year’s annual Business Person of the Year Awards Luncheon, which celebrates business and entrepreneurship in our region.
From Peach to Powerhouse: Georgia’s Health IT Scene
The secret is out. Georgia has become a hotbed for health IT (HIT) companies, both veteran and startup.
Interns are Vital to Atlanta’s Wireless Mobility Sector
Atlanta’s growing wireless mobility sector has become a hub for industry innovation and growth. To keep driving that momentum, we are tapping into an important resource for talent: interns.
And the winner is……
The 2014 Business Person of the Year awards luncheon was a smashing success. Ultimately, we felt this year’s winners reflected the drive, innovation, growth and success to earn the title, ‘Business Person of the Year.’
Are You the Next Business Person of the Year?
You’ve been nominated for the Metro Atlanta Chamber Business Person of the Year Award. Now what?
Atlanta companies, universities step up efforts to bolster workforce
When you think of the nation’s top ‘technology towns,’ Boston, San Francisco, and New York likely spring to mind immediately. But Atlanta should, too.
Atlanta Partners for Education Project for a Day … Making A Difference
On Oct. 24, volunteers will gain valuable insight on the strengths and challenges of educating Atlanta’s young people. By spending time in public schools, volunteers come away with concrete ideas about what their companies could do to make real changes.
Atlanta’s Mobility Industry Rising
Right now, for the meteoric field of Mobility, Atlanta provides an ecosystem where bright minds can bring their best ideas to great companies.
We need more jobs and growth
Fostering key trade relationships and global growth is one of the most important tools we can use to create new jobs by strengthening local, national and global economies.
Atlanta a global hub for technology innovation
By Larry Williams Vice President, Technology Industry Development, Metro Atlanta Chamber A recently released report on the state of Georgia’s technology industry has aimed a spotlight on some of the most exciting and encouraging news for the future of the economy, not just in Georgia and Atlanta, but in the United States and even globally. […]
How Critical is Success at the Ballot Box in July 2012 to Metro Atlanta?
Quality of Life: Metro Atlanta’s quality of life is greatly impacted by our severe traffic congestion. Consider these facts: (Source: 2010 Texas Transportation Institute Annual Urban Mobility Report) Get Home Faster: Approval of the July 31 regional transportation referendum will result in getting you home sooner. Congestion will be reduced, allowing parents to make their […]