Georgia Named No. 1 for Business for Unprecedented 9th Year

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that Georgia has been named by Area Development magazine as the No. 1 state for business for the ninth consecutive year. No other state has earned this distinction for so many years. Governor Kemp was joined by executives from Kia Georgia, Bridgestone Golf, and Char-Broil’s parent company W.C. Bradley Corporation as well as members of the General Assembly, state and local economic developers, and local officials at Kia’s training facility in West Point to make the announcement.

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Third Annual Pote Day Educates and Inspires Savannah’s Creative Entrepreneurs

In its third year, Pote Day focused on three components: entertainment, education, and community. This year’s event took place from September 9th to 11th. The event kicked off with a concert at Victory North on Friday and ended with a block party at Starland Yard on Sunday. The second day was devoted to four educational workshops collectively called the Gettin’ On Conference and was hosted at The Creative Coast.

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Meet Green Badger: The Savannah Company that Recently Gained Over $1 Million in Seed Funding

Green Badger is a SaaS development company that has established an avant-garde automation process and simplified construction compliance solutions for a more sustainable green building industry nationwide. The company is a trusted expert consistently exploring environmentally-conscious practices, a software company that is leaving a local legacy in Savannah while revolutionizing the way we develop, construct, and build.

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Sampson Digital Media Management & Consultation Plans to Put People First

Jordan Sampson is the CEO of Sampson Digital Media Management & Consultation and the recent first-place winner of FastPitch 2022. Before she began her startup, she was also the first place winner of the SSU Tiger Den Pitch Competition which she won after months of prepping her pitch with a business mentor and honing her business plan through a series of workshops. And long before that, she was a 7th grader singing in an Alabama church choir who realized that her talents lay in other areas of production where she could help people in unexpected ways. 

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