Join Verizon’s Michelle Arrington for a discussion with Jennifer Swain, Executive Director of youthSpark. The two discussed how youthSpark’s innovative programs provide cutting edge services, education, and advocacy to combat youth trafficking, exploitation, and abuse. Specifically, they discussed how youthSpark has been able to transition their mission to not only understand the gaps and needs of youth who have been exploited, but also how to create a world where we hold adults accountable while preventing other children from abuse.
Sustainability-focused delivery service The Rounds, which delivers private-label and local home and food products direct to users’ doors, is ready to test its model in a new kind of city.
Rightsholder.io is the first product of Music Tech Works, and is a copyright research platform with a database of over 60 million songs that gives clear publishing and master recording ownership information.
As a volunteer for Hurricane Sandy victims, Georgia Tech student Wesley Pergament saw the vulnerability of homeowners amid natural disasters. But as a software engineer for insurance technology startup Dorothy, he also noticed a gap in insurance protection.
The Pacific Northwest is the latest target for this developer with a heavy footprint in Atlanta’s tech district.
Atlanta-based startups received at least $65 million during April of this year, a substantial drop-off from other monthly reports. That number is based on formD filings and reporting by Atlanta Inno.
The Santa Clara, California-headquartered company plans to hire over 100 jobs averaging salaries over $100,000 for a division focused on software innovation, the company announced yesterday. Intel plans on adding 500 jobs by 2024, according to an email sent to a potential hire obtained by Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Local investment firm Circadian Ventures has lured a Silicon Valley startup to relocate its headquarters to Atlanta, a signal of the city’s growth as a nationally recognized technology hub.