Georgia-Based FinTech Companies Recognized at TAG Summit Technology Awards
By Don Campbell, RightCourse
At the 2020 Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Summit, one of the largest technology conferences in the Southeast, TAG announced two award groups that recognized Georgia-based technology companies for their innovation, financial impact, and their efforts at spreading awareness of the state’s technology initiatives throughout the U.S. and globally. What’s key here is that about one-third of the award winners are members of the dynamic and growing FinTech community.
Encouraging FinTech Signs Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
By Chip Harden, Ondot Systems
As the United States copes with shrinking GDP numbers and rapidly ballooning unemployment amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, there are decidedly few sectors not suffering considerably from the demand and supply shock this current environment has precipitated.
How Banks and FinTechs are Stepping Up Amid COVID-19
By Glen Sarvady, 154 Advisors
The timing couldn’t be better for TAG FinTech’s Friday panel discussion featuring executives from Alogent, Atlantic Capital Bank, Greenlight and Truist. Too often the business narrative has banks and fintech companies pitted against each other in a pitched battle for supremacy and survival. Thankfully this perception had already begun to recede- there are far more reasons for collaboration than competition among these players- but there’s nothing like a common enemy to help solidify alliances.