Atlanta has emerged as one of the nation’s top cities for technology and startup innovation. Part of the region’s success with its technology ecosystem is Technology Square in Midtown Atlanta. Anchored by Georgia Tech, Tech Square has the highest density of startups, corporate innovators, and academic researchers in the southeastern United States. This unique ecosystem makes Tech Square a magnet for technology entrepreneurship formation and capital investment – a place where entrepreneurs can meet and connect with other startups, tap into world-class research findings at Georgia Tech, and find venture capital, a dense concentration of Fortune 500 companies, and of course, Georgia Tech’s top-notch student talent.
Startup is Remixing How Musicians Connect and Collaborate
With a steady rise in the number of independent artists and more musicians demanding more ownership of their work, collaboration and community have never been more crucial for up and coming artists in the music industry.
This Hybrid Mask Is Easy to Make and Helps Prevent Disease Spread
A team of student entrepreneurs at Georgia Tech has developed a do-it-yourself hybrid mask and face shield to help people stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Emory and Georgia Tech bring Students Together to Solve Covid-19 Problems In Virtual Hackathon
On Saturday, May 16, nine teams comprised of Emory University and Georgia Tech students pitched solutions to Covid-19 problems in the final round of the EGHI/GT HACK Covid-19 virtual hackathon. Teams presented innovative product ideas to a group of judges from the tech, business, and healthcare fields.
Georgia Tech’s Entrepreneurship Program CREATE-X Reaches Milestone of First Exit
CREATE-X at Georgia Tech announced that Crescendo, an AI-powered interactive music trainer that facilitates focused practice and immediate feedback, has been acquired by Ultimate Guitar, the world’s largest guitar community that provides chords and tabs for more than 1.1 million songs to 240 million users.
CREATE-X Startup Ethos Receives Grant From National Science Foundation
Ethos Medical, a startup founded by Georgia Tech engineering alumni, was recently awarded a $225,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Small Business Innovation Research program.
CREATE-X Receives Amazon Alexa Fellowship Funding for Student Startups
CREATE-X at Georgia Tech announced that Amazon will support student startups and promote innovation in voice technology across campus through the Alexa Fund Fellowship. Georgia Tech is the fifth university awarded support through the Alexa Fund with the purpose of advancing voice-based technology.