Street Register: Atlanta is a growing hub for top tech companies like Apple and Microsoft to find Black talent

Growth creates more growth

Atlanta offices are being opened by major tech companies in an effort to tap into the local talent, particularly Black.

Silicon Valley-based AppleGoogle parent AlphabetRedmond, Washington is also available MicrosoftIn the recent past, they all opened shops in Atlanta.

Payments giant, headquartered near San Francisco Visa will also open a new Atlanta office later in the year. Its chief diversity officer, which focuses on building relationships with start-ups, workers, and other organizations, will be located there.

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