Venture Atlanta Conference 2016
Venture Atlanta

Editor’s Note: This post is written by David Rubenstein, executive managing director of Savills Studley    If there was anything to be learned by attending Venture Atlanta this month, it was that there is a substantial appetite for investment coming … [read more]

Jesse Dyer of lending startup Funding University attended Venture Atlanta 2016 as a contributing reporter for Austin, Texas-based TechDrawl. Here’s what he wrote: “The consensus from the folks I talked to was that the presentations were very professional and far … [read more]

Editor’s Note: This post is written by Christian Devlin, vice president of CBRE Atlanta   In partnership with Venture Atlanta this week, I had the pleasure of co-hosting the fourth annual tech panel with King and Spalding, during which I … [read more]

Venture Atlanta’s 2016 Conference kicked off on Wednesday afternoon. The opening keynote presentation was delivered by Jay Simons, president of Atlassian, a 14-year-old software company bootstrapped with a $10,000-dollar credit card bill that grew into a company valued in the … [read more]

Early-stage Automotive Security | Company » RaceIQ Provides a hardware/software intrusion detection and mitigation system for cars that protects against hacks, malware and viruses that can compromise the driver’s control of a vehicle. The company’s target customers are the 42 major automotive brands … [read more]