Georgia Trend - April 2021

Ramping Up the Tech

Just over a year ago colleges and universities around the state were forced to quickly adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to a brief shutdown and altered – perhaps forever – the delivery of instruction. The 22 colleges in…

Four for the Future

Creating a branding campaign for Washington County with the buy-in of its eight communities. Helping aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs in downtown Macon craft business plans and secure loans. Seeding a farm-to-school program in Barrow County. Resolving a flooding problem in…

2021 Industry Outlook

While the COVID-19 pandemic seriously damaged Georgia’s economy last year, the state fared better than the nation, and many forces are at work that will sustain economic recovery throughout 2021. In fact, the forecast calls for Georgia’s inflation-adjusted gross domestic…

Organizations: Synergies Work

As a child, Brandon Cantrell was diagnosed with brain cancer that caused frequent seizures and hospitalizations. He eventually discovered that arts and crafts – especially the meditative, repetitive hand motions of crochet – steadied his mind. Earlier this year, Synergies…