We are quickly showing the world that Atlanta is a proven place for technology education, talent, infrastructure and entrepreneurial spirit.
Another point illustrated by Williams is, "80 percent of all new jobs created in metro Atlanta come from existing companies.
In addition, Atlanta will attract new talent - the more high- tech companies Atlanta has, the more attractive we are to an influx of talent.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce today announced the release of the New Business Quarterly report for 1999.
Compiled by the Chamber's Economic Expansion and Research Departments, the report states that high-tech or "Industries of the Mind" companies helped add 6,600 new technology jobs to Atlanta's economy, nearly 60 percent of the total jobs created by all Metro Atlanta new businesses.
High-technology companies realize that Atlanta's pool of technology talent, lifestyle, business resources and infrastructure make it the ideal city in which to grow their businesses," said Hans Gant, senior vice president of economic development for the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce today announced that the city has received top honors from several leading industry trade publications.
It's no surprise that companies are noticing all our city has to offer their workers and their businesses," said Sam Williams, president of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
technology workforce, Rosita Smith will help the Atlanta
The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce today announced the appointment of Rosita Smith as director of talent development.