What’s next for the Midtown Tech Ecosystem?

Midtown’s Tech Ecosystem is really going places. Get the full scoop on what’s next at Midtown Dialogues: What’s Next for the Midtown Technology EcoSystem? hosted by the Midtown Alliance.

You’ll hear from Georgia Tech’s Stephen Fleming, TechSquare Lab’s Paul Judge, Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Amanda Shailendra and Midtown Alliance as they present their perspectives on the strengths of the Midtown Technology Ecosystem, the growth it has experienced and what’s on the horizon.

Check out the deets & RSVP today.

May 20
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center
800 Spring Street Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30308

About your speakers:
Stephen Fleming: As a venture capitalist, Stephen has over 15 years of private equity experience at the General Partner level. Prior to his venture capital career, he spent 15 years in operations roles at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Nortel Networks, and LICOM (a venture-funded startup). An Atlanta native and summa cum laude graduate of Georgia Tech, Stephen returned to his alma mater in mid-2005 where he currently serves as Vice President, Economic Development and Technology Ventures, and Executive Director of the Enterprise Innovation Institute at Georgia Tech.

Paul Judge: Dr. Paul Judge is a serial entrepreneur and noted scholar. He has founded several companies that grew and resulted in successful acquisitions. Through Tech Square Labs and Judge Ventures, Paul is spending his time solving hard problems and building companies to make the world better. Here are a few of those companies:

Amanda Shailendra: Amanda Shailendra is the Director for Health Sciences and Advanced Technology for the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD). GDEcD plans, manages and mobilizes state resources to attract new business investment to Georgia, drive the expansion of existing industry and small business, locate new markets for Georgia products, inspire tourists to visit Georgia, and promote the state as a top destination for arts events and film, music and digital entertainment projects.

About Midtown Alliance:
Since its creation in 1978, Midtown Alliance has been the driving force behind the revitalization of Midtown. Midtown Alliance is a non-profit membership organization and a coalition of leading business and community leaders – united in its commitment to Midtown as a premiere destination for commerce, culture, education and living. Governed by a 71-member board of the district’s top private sector leaders, its mission is to improve and sustain the quality of life for those who live, work and play here. The Alliance accomplishes this goal through a comprehensive approach to planning and development that includes initiatives to enhance public safety, improve the physical environment, and strengthen the urban amenities which give the area its unique character.

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