ATLANTA, GA – August 19th, 2020 – Startup Atlanta, a community non-profit focused on connecting, curating and promoting the region’s startup ecosystem, today announced the digital release of the fourth edition of the Atlanta Startup Ecosystem Guide.

Presented in partnership with Invest Atlanta, the city’s official economic development authority, the Atlanta Startup Ecosystem Guide serves as a vital resource for innovators, entrepreneurs, and investors in the Metro Atlanta Region.

The Guide features influential organizations, spaces, schools, funding, and more. Readers will also find an extensive list of notable names that contribute greatly to the success of the startup community and a more extensive look at local corporate innovation centers in the region. Metro Atlanta is home to more than 40 corporate innovation centers according to the Metro Atlanta Chamber, a contributor to this year’s Guide.

Distributed electronically, the Atlanta Startup Ecosystem Guide is expected to reach more than 10,000 people in the Atlanta region. The guide will also be sent to venture capital firms and business groups around the state and across the nation.

“Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, Atlanta’s vibrant startup ecosystem continues to thrive,“ said Startup Atlanta Board Chair, Adam Harrell. “Now more than ever, the Atlanta Startup Ecosystem Guide is an essential resource for entrepreneurs pivoting during these unprecedented times.”


About Startup Atlanta
Startup Atlanta is a community non-profit with a mission to connect, promote, and expand Atlanta’s vibrant startup ecosystem to bolster the creation of jobs, companies and wealth. Startup Atlanta achieves this by producing and publishing the annual Startup Atlanta Ecosystem Guide, a community resource featuring a comprehensive list of entrepreneur support organizations in the greater Atlanta region. Startup Atlanta also leads with strategic programming and partnerships: facilitating the quarterly Community Partners Lunch and the annual Atlanta Startup Awards.

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