Areas of Expertise
Areas of Expertise
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Language
English
Time Zone
Time Zone
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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Location
Atlanta, USA
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The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) is a startup accelerator that helps technology entrepreneurs in Georgia launch and build successful companies. Headquartered in Atlanta’s Technology Square, ATDC serves as the hub for technology entrepreneurship in Georgia. ATDC was named one of the “10 technology incubators that are changing the world” by Forbes Magazine in 2010.

Mission

ATDC provides business incubation and acceleration services to hundreds of startups through coaching, connecting and community. Membership is open to all technology startup companies in Georgia, from those at the earliest conception stage to revenue generating, venture-fundable companies.

Experience and Distinctions

Founded in 1980, ATDC has graduated more than 140 companies, which together have raised over a billion dollars in outside financing and created approximately 5000 technology jobs in Georgia.

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55 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Tue Dec 9 2014 at 01:30 pm EDT
Last Log-in:
Tue Jul 8 2014 at 11:24 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday Nov 6, 2012
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Technology > Education
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Tips & Tricks for Bootstrapping your Startup to Success Bootstrapping your startup: how to make it work if you don't get - or don't want - VC funding. You don't need VC and you don't need to borrow money, and you also don't need that sweet MacBook Pro 15 or a color laser printer. Learn tips & tricks for bootstrapping you business to success. Speaker: Kevin Sandlin Kevin is a serial entrepreneur and ATDC mentor. He has 19 years in hi-tech leadership in product development, operations, sales and marketing, social marketing, including several startups, shut downs, IPOs, and M&A. He co-founded CWNP, and spent the last 13 years in the enterprise Wi-Fi industry, developing high-stakes certifications, learning materials, curricula, creative delivery methodologies, and delivering high impact social and direct opt-in email marketing to their Wi-Fi audience for advertising clients.
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As your business grows, issuing equity to employees and taking on investors, the ownership structure becomes less and less clear. In this informative session with Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP’s, Senior Accountant, David Siegel, you’ll learn: 1. How to create a Capitalization Table 2. How to read a Capitalization Table 3. How to avoid the pitfalls of creating your equity structure Your business’ Capitalization Table is one of the most important pieces of information you create. Don’t roll the dice. Join David to hear what you can be doing now to manage effectively the growth of your company while managing its complexity."It’s a cap, not a craps, table – how to read the game-board of equity raising."
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Georgia offers several tax credits applicable to early-stage companies. This presentation will focus on the two credits that start-ups can monetize before they have any profit or income tax liability: the Georgia Employer’s Jobs Tax Credit and Research Tax Credit. Presented By: Jeff Weinkle & Jess Johannesen HA&W will cover the requirements for eligibility, process and procedures for claiming the credits, and how ATDC companies can convert the credits they earn into cash.
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Technology > Education
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This three-part workshop is a concentrated, unique program that helps founders and technologists of concept-stage startups begin interacting with customers early in the development of their companies. Customer Discovery utilizes coaching to provide a personalized learning experience. During the course of the workshop, you will develop a customer engagement action plan, a positioning statement, market-sizing data and a product development plan. This is the third part in the three-part workshop. Please be advised: This is a lock step series; you will not be allowed to attend parts out of order. Customer Discovery series dates: 02/06/2013 02/13/2013 02/21/2013
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How to recruit and attain the best and brightest students from Georgia Tech. Insider tips & tricks to all you startup to compete with the big companies that come to town to steal our talent. Presented by: Cedric Stallworth, Assistant Dean for Outreach, Enrollment and Community
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Technology > Education
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This three-part workshop is a concentrated, unique program that helps founders and technologists of concept-stage startups begin interacting with customers early in the development of their companies. Customer Discovery utilizes coaching to provide a personalized learning experience. During the course of the workshop, you will develop a customer engagement action plan, a positioning statement, market-sizing data and a product development plan. This is the second part in the three-part workshop. Please be advised: This is a lock step series; you will not be allowed to attend parts out of order. Customer Discovery series dates: 02/06/2013 02/13/2013 02/21/2013
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This three-part workshop teaches founders the essentials for a thorough understanding of their business models. We will discuss terminology that investors expect you to know, understand and use, as well as the details and underlying assumptions of financial models. Finally, we will dive into your individual business’ financial model. This is Part 2 of a 3-part workshop.
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This three-part workshop teaches founders the essentials for a thorough understanding of their business models. We will discuss terminology that investors expect you to know, understand and use, as well as the details and underlying assumptions of financial models. Finally, we will dive into your individual business’ financial model. This is Part 2 of a 3-part workshop.
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This three-part workshop teaches founders the essentials for a thorough understanding of their business models. We will discuss terminology that investors expect you to know, understand and use, as well as the details and underlying assumptions of financial models. Finally, we will dive into your individual business’ financial model. This is Part 2 of a 3-part workshop.
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Technology > Education
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Do you know your customer? This three-part workshop is a concentrated, unique program that helps founders and technologists of concept-stage startups begin interacting with customers early in the development of their companies. Customer Discovery utilizes coaching to provide a personalized learning experience. During the course of the workshop, you will develop a customer engagement action plan, a positioning statement, market-sizing data and a product development plan. This is the first part in the three-part workshop. Please be advised: This is a lock step series; you will not be allowed to attend parts out of order. Customer Discovery series dates: 02/06/2013 02/13/2013 02/21/2013
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You Don't Want to Miss this TriNet Sponsored Event! As a business leader, you make numerous decisions each day about who to hire onto your team and how to motivate performance. But are you sure your HR practices are in compliance with employment laws? Join TriNet and Senior Human Capital Consultant, Tracy Cheek, in a discussion that will walk you through the top 5 HR mistakes made by startups.
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