Georgia on My Mind: March Expands to Atlanta
Inspired by the region’s digital innovation and tech industry growth, we can’t think of a better place to take our Innovation Inside Out. As I begin to build the March Communications network here, I especially am attracted to the city’s energy. Atlantans are warm and welcoming – and they are talented, hardworking and on-the-move. There’s much to learn and do here, and I can’t wait to bring you along for the ride.
If you’re an Atlanta-based B2B or consumer tech company looking for new PR and communications partners, show us that Southern hospitality and reach out. We’re ready to innovate together!
Meanwhile, if you’re curious to learn more about what powers this top tech hub and business powerhouse, read on. We know you’ll be as moved as we are.
The ATL Top 8, complied by its new neighbors at March Communications
- Atlanta is home to 25+ Fortune 500/1000 headquarters, including The Home Depot, UPS, SunTrust Banks, NCR Corporation and Equifax.
- A city rich in culture and the arts, Atlanta draws millions of tourists each year and leads in generating $29 billion in revenue from the state’s creative industries.
- Ranked in the top ten markets for tech talent, Atlanta boosts 35+ corporate innovation centers and one of 20+ General Assembly campuses for tech experiential ed. (And we love General Assembly in Boston!)
- Along with a vibrant community of innovators and entrepreneurs, Atlanta is home to the world’s largest 10K running event, ending in the urban Piedmont Park.
- More than 13,000 tech companies live in Atlanta, with Tech Square at Georgia Tech promoting the highest density of startups, corporate innovators and academic researchers in the entire southeastern U.S.
- As the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. and home to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta is nicknamed “the city too busy to hate.”
- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest in the world and the headquarters of Delta Air Lines.
- The Atlanta BeltLine is among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs in the country and ultimately will connect 45 intown neighborhoods via a 22-mile loop of multi-use trails and parks.