For global technology companies, Georgia offers a strategic geographic location, a well-developed infrastructure and access to a growing global market. Georgia leads the southeastern region of the United States in population growth while maintaining a strong business climate. According to KPMGs 2008 Competitiveness Study Atlanta is recognized as one of the leading centers for business expansion and one of the lowest cost cities for doing business in the U.S.
Georgia welcomes and encourages technology business development, and is home to one of the country’s leading engineering universities; the Georgia Institute of Technology is ranked # 4 after MIT, Stanford and the University of California at Berkeley. Georgia also provides the right environment for innovation by encouraging strong public-private partnerships, liberal access to research assistance and competitive loans and grants.
In this final webinar in a series of three about establishing, developing and growing your Canadian business in the U.S., a panel of experts will provide insight into issues regarding technology in Georgia and the U.S. and the unique business environment that has led to the tremendous growth of opportunities for technology firms. They will also focus on the availability of public-private partnerships across the state, intellectual property issues and licensing agreements.
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