Larry Williams of the Technology Association of Georgia Discusses TAG-Ed
March 29, 2023
Larry Williams of TAG talks about the history of the organization and their creation of TAG Education. TAG-Ed recently received a grant made possible by the Build Back Better Act. As a result TAG will be able to further help with bringing resources to diverse members of the community for the goal of job placement.
Powell Jones of Secure Records Solutions on Family Values in Business
March 27, 2023
Powell Jones of Secure Records Solutions talks about the importance of family values in a business. He reflects on his father and grandfather's history in business and how their experiences has been passed on to him today.
Jimmy DeLoach of the Abbie DeLoach Foundation Talks About the #HandsFreeForAbbie Campaign
March 24, 2023
Jimmy DeLoach of the Abbie DeLoach Foundation talks about the history of the organization and how they supported the 2018 passing of the handsfree legislation signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal that has spurred the handsfree pledge.
Joe Marinelli on Attracting Larger Conventions to Savannah
March 22, 2023
Joe Marinelli of Visit Savannah talks about the exciting expansion of the convention center set to be complete in time for 2024. The new center will be double in size and includes a 900 space parking garage.
Telling the Story of Agriculture for Over 50 Years
March 21, 2023
Jennifer Parson of Georgia Farm Bureau talks about what you can expect when you tune into the Farm Monitor each weekend. From compelling farm features to the latest in Georgia ag news, the Farm Monitor helps you learn more about your food and the people who grow it. The Farm Monitor airs on Georgia Public Broadcasting, RFDTV as well as select broadcast stations.
Matt Bishop on the Youth LEAD Georgia Program
March 17, 2023
Matt Bishop of the J.W. Fanning Institute talks about the recent announcement of a new program called Youth LEAD Georgia, which is funded and sponsored by Chick-fil-A.
Paige Pushkin Gives an Update on the PEACH Education Tax Credit
March 15, 2023
Paige Pushkin of the Georgia Foundation for Public Education talks about the PEACH Education Tax Credit and how individuals around the state can support the workforce of tomorrow by directing taxes owed to educational initiatives and institutions.
Larry Hanson Discusses a New GMA Initiative Focusing on Civility
March 14, 2023
Larry Hanson of the Georgia Municipal Association talks about the growing problem of incivility in government. GMA has created a new program that provides resources to help city officials learn about civility and how all can better achieve common goals to benefit the communities served by being more present and tolerable in these dealings.
Chris Clark on the Georgia Chamber's Upcoming Future of Talent Event
March 06, 2023
Chris Clark of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce talks about their upcoming 'Future of Talent Event' to be held on March 13th, at the GTRI Conference Center on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta.
Stuart Countess of Kia Georgia on Set Shift Changes in 2023
March 01, 2023
Stuart Countess of Kia Georgia talks about thinking differently, as a result of the pandemic. One such change at Kia Manufacturing Georgia is adjusting their staffing for shifts to a set-shift model.
Terri Dennison on New Veterans SBA Program
February 28, 2023
Terri Dennison of the SBA talks about changes for veteran business owners in the administration of services in 2023.
Powell Jones of Secure Records Solutions on Being Solutions Oriented
February 22, 2023
Powell Jones of Secure Records Solutions looks back on the business and how the company has evolved but always stayed true to providing true solutions to all it serves.
Technology Association of Georgia's Larry Williams on Diversity in the Tech Workforce
February 21, 2023
Larry Williams of TAG acknowledges progress in diversity in business but points out the incredible amount of work still yet to be done to achieve more equity for black business professionals.
Sean Knox of Knox Pest Control on Recruiting from Within
February 13, 2023
Sean Knox of Knox Pest Control talks about taking care of employees and how they work to promote from within the company for leadership roles.
Phil Kent Talks About InsiderAdvantage GA/JAMES Magazine & Upcoming Issue
February 09, 2023
Phil Kent of InsiderAdvantage GA/JAMES Magazine talks about the publications and their upcoming features in the next March/April issue.
Georgia SBA Director Terri Denison on Reevaluating Your Business Plan
February 02, 2023
Georgia District Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration Terri Denison talks about the reasons you should keep updating your business plan and how the SBA can help with this process.
Grant Cagle Gives an Update on The Georgia Economic Developers Association
January 31, 2023
President & CEO of the Georgia Economic Developers Association Grant Cagle talks about the GEDA's mission to advocate on behalf of the economic development community in Georgia.
Gary Black Talks About the Launch of On Point Strategies
January 25, 2023
Former Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black talks about his new company and how they will engage with communities and businesses across the state.
PCOM Pharmacy Chair John Tovar on a Collaborative Model for Reducing Healthcare Expenditures
January 17, 2023
Associate Professor and Chair of the PCOM School of Pharmacy John Tovar, PharmD talks about the rising healthcare costs across the country and how healthcare spending can be controlled.
Larry Williams of TAG Talks About Georgia's Technology Economy
January 13, 2023
Larry Williams of TAG reflects on 2022 and how the organization strives to support the technology job market and workforce in the state of Georgia.
Sandy Lake Talks About the Upcoming Georgia Logistics Summit in Savannah
January 09, 2023
Sandy Lake of the Center of Innovation provides registration and agenda details for the upcoming Georgia Logistics Summit to be held in Savannah on March 8th, hosted by The Georgia Center of Innovation.
Riah Ivy of Georgia Research Alliance on Hands on Lab Experience
January 05, 2023
Riah Ivy is a Student Scholar of the Georgia Research Alliance talks about her experience with the organization and learning skills needed for her future profession.
Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black Looks Back at His Tenure
December 20, 2022
Georgia's Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black talks about the past 12 years and some of their achievements including progress in disaster recovery and food safety initiatives.
Chris Clark Invites You to the Georgia Chamber's Annual Eggs & Issues Event
December 19, 2022
Chris Clark, President and CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, talks about the organization's annual signature event - Eggs & Issues, which brings together over 2,000 business leaders just ahead of the legislative session.
Chris Chammoun of the Georgia Center of Innovation Discusses Controlled Environment Agriculture
December 13, 2022
Chris Chammoun of the Georgia Center of Innovation talks about controlled environment agriculture and what this rapid growth means to the state.