Georgia Southern BIG will host BIGXange (pronounced Exchange) on Tuesday, December 13th, and Thursday, December 15th. BIGXange is a monthly gathering for training, information sharing, and tactical tips. This brand-new program was designed to give you skills that you can use immediately. Join us to explore new ways to grow your business. This program is open to all incubator members as a collaboration of workshop and discussion. What’s working for you? Come to learn, share and network!
We sat down with Kristen Ravenel, who recently moved to Savannah, to learn about the work she is doing as the COO of the Boston-based startup Ubicept.
The GRIT Conference is also an opportunity for startups to pitch their endeavors to a panel of judges for the chance to win over $10k in cash and prizes. Startup Stage will return on January 27, 2023, at GRIT, where eight companies will pitch to win.
It’s a tale as old as time. A small, local business struggles to compete against large corporations flush with cash and a streamlined application process. Nothing about that sentence is shocking to hear. But what if we changed a few words in that sentence? Maybe take out’ struggles to’ and replace it with something like…’ successfully competes?’ That’s Taylor Matthew’s story, and she’s still telling it, five years after she started FOOD Richmond Hill.
The 2023 Georgia Logistics Summit, to be held in Savannah, March 8, 2023, at the Savannah Convention Center, has now opened registration for participants through the Summit website. Hosted by the Georgia Center of Innovation, a strategic arm of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the event will explore the intersection of the economy, technology, and growth of Georgia’s ports in an industry that touches every facet of commerce.
It’s no surprise that we’re into growing our community. That’s been our mission since day one. And we love the collective that supports us through their participation. If you’re interested in seeing how Savannah continues to grow, you’ll enjoy the annual meeting of the Savannah Development Economic Authority.
In this Lunchtime Topic, learn from freelance expert Matthew Mottola on how to make freelancers a part of your growth plan. Matthew is the co-founder and CEO of The Human Cloud. His book of the same name was listed as a #1 New Release on Amazon and details how today’s changemakers use artificial intelligence and the freelance economy to transform work. During the recording, Matt shared insights into the growing freelance economy and why it isn’t slowing down, plus why and how startups should hire freelancers to get stuff done faster!
Georgia Tech CEISMC Announces Deadline Extension on Proposals for 7th Annual STEAM Leadership Conference
The Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) has announced an extension on the deadline to submit proposals to share innovative ideas at the 7th annual STEAM Leadership Conference, which is taking place on March 10, 2023.
Girls Code, a youth coding program for girls in 5th to 8th grade at Savannah Chatham County Public Schools, has announced its 2022 Girls Code Games Holiday Camp taking place from December 19th through December 22nd! The camp is hosted by The Creative Coast at its location on 2 E. Bryan Street, #100A in downtown Savannah and will take place from 10am-3pm each day.
(Savannah, GA) – It’s official! Savannah SCORE has announced the winners of the organization’s 5th Annual ”BizPitch Savannah™” entrepreneurial competition, Savannah’s version of TV’s “Shark Tank.” On Wednesday, November 16, …