Savannah’s monthly social meetup for creatives, cSpot, is returning this month after a two-year hiatus. Megan Kranzler, local creative and owner of Olive Ridley Studios, has been working behind the scenes to make cSpot’s July return possible.
Green Badger, the leading SaaS developer for managing sustainable construction, announced that it has received seed funding of $1.125 million in a financing round led by venture capital firm Shadow Ventures with participation from GroundBreak Ventures, Hamilton Ventures, and additional private investment partners. The capital will be used to continue to augment Green Badger’s functionality to automate green construction compliance and enhance the sustainability of the built environment.
The first-ever Savannah “Black in Business” event has been announced for Savannah-area black business owners and aspiring black entrepreneurs. The event will consist of a panel of successful local black business owners who will share their stories and answer questions about their entrepreneurial journey. There will also be presentations by local organizations that offer resources to assist members of Savannah’s black community to become successful business owners.
The Big50 Startup Competition is now accepting applications from tech startups founded in 2014 or later. The competition was started by Jeff Vance, founder of Startup50, who set out in 2013 to improve the journalism economy. Following Startup50’s success, Big50 was born as a way to help startups gain traction, reach their goals and tackle real-world challenges.
This month, Cartier Women’s Initiative is offering three award opportunities to women entrepreneurs whose businesses or initiatives have a noteworthy social and/or environmental impact. The three award categories include the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award, the Science and Technology Pioneer Award, and the Regional Awards.
USENIX, founded in 1975, hosts hundreds of conferences and workshops a year to educate, create community, and foster innovation, and growth in advanced computing systems fields. This year, they have an exciting line-up! Starting with the SOUPS 2022 conference from August 7th-9th, 2022 in Boston, MA as well as online. At this conference, you will…
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The Creative Coast runs meaningful programs that provide education and connectivity. These programs include Lunchtime Topics, Entrepreneur’s Night, She Hustles, and the Idea Accelerator Bootcamp. We also partner with a number of local organizations to provide both youth and adult programming.
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