After a decade of working in engineering and digital art, Jordan Stevens noticed a problem that plagued almost everyone — file management.
The numbers reflect strong venture capital deal activity across the U.S. after a record-breaking 2021. Deal activity in the U.S. reached $70.7 billion across 3,723 deals in the first quarter. It’s a slight slowdown from the four consecutive quarterly records set in 2021.
Based out of Atlanta, UnDelay looks to aggregate data to improve airport operations. The startup’s mobile and web applications give real-time insights into the cause of flight disruptions by analyzing transcriptions from pilots, ground operators, and air traffic controllers in one place.
The raise is Banyan Hills’ first investment round, indicating the company’s plan to accelerate its growth. Even as a self-funded company, Banyan Hills garnered recognition in the local technology ecosystem.
In partnership with Emory University, Women In Technology launched a program geared toward getting Georgia’s more than 300,000 single mothers out of low paying jobs and into tech. So far, every graduate has found a tech job.
The startup, dedicated to making e-commerce shopping a more inclusive and engaging experience, was part of the Creative Destruction Lab’s 2021 cohort at Georgia Tech. Co-founders Tope Mitchell, Ph.D. and Gerald Mitchell, Jr., Ed.D., decided to relocate to Marietta from the Research Triangle earlier this year to embed further in Atlanta’s entrepreneurial and RetailTech ecosystems.
Goodr’s model is based on the belief that the crises of food insecurity and food waste are not only related, but that each can help solve the other
A group of 10 Israeli startups visited Georgia Tech earlier this month to pitch solutions helping steer the future of connected cars.
Sen. Ossoff visited Atlanta’s Spelman College to announce the securing of information technology investments for HBCUs across the state.
Last year, startups in the state set a record by raising over $4 billion, doubling the amount raised in 2020. It was the second consecutive year Georgia startups, most of which are concentrated in Atlanta, doubled their venture capital raises.