November 2016

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2016 Silver Spoon Awards

2016 Silver Spoon Awards

Georgia’s top restaurants are fueling local economic development and giving us new and interesting tastes, propelling our dining scene onto the national radar. Plus, 10 of the state’s best restaurants with an international flair.

Published: November 2016
Transaction Alley

Transaction Alley

Financial technology is a $72-billion – and booming – industry in Georgia, with more than $2 trillion in payment processing passing through the state. And it’s about to get bigger.

Published: November 2016
Home Alone?

Home Alone?

Home care offers a more affordable and less restrictive option to nursing homes. But will the effect of recent federal mandates on the home care industry leave some elderly Georgians without care?

Published: November 2016
The Game-Changers

The Game-Changers

Atlanta’s CIDs are evolving to meet their districts’ needs – and preparing for a headline-grabbing 2017

Published: November 2016
On the Cutting Edge

On the Cutting Edge

Researchers at Georgia universities are seeking cures for cancer, advancing cybersecurity and breaking ground in immunology. It’s a $2-billion enterprise – with room to grow.

Published: November 2016
Changing Landscape, Changing Lives

Changing Landscape, Changing Lives

Eleven years after announcing its first American production facility, Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia continues to impact the region through jobs, economic growth and giving back to the surrounding community

Published: November 2016
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Archive »Our State

Candler County: Everything’s Better

Candler County: Everything’s Better

Education, agriculture and connectivity

Published: November 2016
Newton County: Past Meets Future

Newton County: Past Meets Future

History, workforce development and bioscience

Published: November 2016
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Archive »Up Front

Organizations: Sustainativity

Sustainativity is helping other nonprofits save money through environmental innovations.

Published: November 2016

Economic Development Around the State

Project announcements in Henry, Troup and Bryan counties and more.

Published: November 2016

Political Notes

Gearing up for the Nov. 8 elections, honors for Georgia lawmakers and the Department of Agriculture receives several awards.

Published: November 2016

Trendsetters:A Whole New World

TRICK 3D creates virtual spaces for both film and corporate clients.

Published: November 2016
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Archive »Opinion

From the Publisher: Rolling Out the Red Carpet

From the Publisher: Rolling Out the Red Carpet

As the No. 1 state in which to do business, Georgia has what you’re looking for.

Published: November 2016
Business Casual: A $20-million Toast

Business Casual: A $20-million Toast

When it comes to harassment in the workplace, we’ve come a long way over the past few decades, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement.

Published: November 2016
Economy: Looking Up Down South

Economy: Looking Up Down South

In Valdosta, an Air Force base and university plus small business development means things are looking good.

Published: November 2016
Sustainable Georgia: What Are We Trading?

Sustainable Georgia: What Are We Trading?

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a political hot potato, but it could go a long way to combating illegal fishing, wildlife trafficking and more around the world.

Published: November 2016
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Archive »Downtime

Sports Desk: Whoa, Nellie!

Sports Desk: Whoa, Nellie!

Roopville’s Keith Jackson traveled the world as a sportscaster and is a gentleman and friend to all those he meets.

Published: November 2016
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