Georgia State University Cybersecurity Researchers Get $1.4 Million Georgia State University’s Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group (ECBS) will use a $1.4 million federal Minerva Research Initiative grant to examine the growing threat of conspiracy theories and how they lead to radicalization and acts of violence. The three- to five-year study seeks ways to aid individuals who seek to… Read more »
Truist Foundation $2.5 Million Grant Supports Online Tools at National Institute for Student Success Georgia State University’s National Institute for Student Success (NISS) has received a transformational gift from Truist Foundation, a longstanding and early supporter of success initiatives at the university. The $2.5 million Truist Foundation grant will assist the NISS programming in helping other schools improve… Read more »
Atlanta Ranks in the Top 15 Best Large Cities to Start a Business Staff Report Wednesday, April 28th, 2021 With two in three small business owners saying 2020 was their hardest year ever, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2021’s Best Large Cities to Start a Business, as well as accompanying videos. In order… Read more »
ATL Airport Chamber is excited to let you know that MARTA is now offering a dedicated bus route on Oakley Industrial Boulevard as part of its Essential Service plan. The new bus route called “Oakley Industrial Circulator/Special” will travel from the College Park Rail Station to Jonesboro Road and then along Oakley Industrial Boulevard to the Fairburn Park & Ride. The… Read more »
After remaining relatively flat in January and February, the Small Business Jobs Index declined 0.15 percent to 98.78.
The Chamber staff is sad to report that Ann Ray, one of our Past Presidents, passed away on Saturday, July 1st…