November 2016 Features
November 30, 2016
As an outsider, they said he couldn’t win his party’s nomination against mainline, monied rivals. As a political renegade, they said he couldn’t create a winning general election coalition. Now, you would be forgiven for assuming I meant Donald Trump, whose stunning victory earlier this month defied political science and all electoral modeling. But it wasn’t Mr. Trump’s victory I meant to recall, rather the campaign for governor of Sonny Perdue.
Chick-fil-A Launches Latest Innovation for Sharing Good-News Stories & Creating Localized Customer Experiences
November 18, 2016
Chick-fil-A unveiled a complete relaunch of its flagship website, chick-fil-a.com. The new site will serve as the company's storytelling and information hub. Leading the quick service restaurant industry in designing an experience informed by consumer research, the site puts customer preferences and interests front and center by providing customized content and localized information to each, individual user.
November 17, 2016
As keynote speakers at the recent 2016 Georgia Manufacturing Summit in Atlanta, two prominent Georgia manufacturing executives provided good-to-great, real-life examples, strategies, and personal business philosophies to over 500 attendees.
November 11, 2016
With hundreds of students, parents, teachers and administrators posing as rooftop superintendents and architects, a distinctive “CRISTO REY” sign in eight-foot high letters was recently unveiled high above their newly-acquired high school facility undergoing renovation in downtown Atlanta.
November 10, 2016
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved Georgia State University’s purchase of Turner Field from the Georgia State Foundation.
November 02, 2016
Metro Atlanta is increasingly becoming a hub for innovative technology companies. This trend toward cutting edge technology is having an impact on local municipalities and public agencies.