Introducing, Cohort 7 ????
We’re excited to welcome our seventh cohort into the Engage family! Over the next ten weeks, these seven companies will go through an intense Enterprise Go-To-Market program and work with our corporate partners to identify potential pilot and partnership opportunities.
Together, they span the Future of Work, Supply Chain & Manufacturing, and Big Data, Analytics & Security industries and represent an incredible diversity of technology, geography, and customers.
Nubix is an Edge-Native Application platform that makes it easy for developers to deploy IoT applications on the tiniest devices, enabling data processing directly at the sensors where the data is created.
Cresta announced Cresta for Voice, built upon Cresta’s Expertise Engine and built to drive lasting behavior change that delivers measurable business outcomes.
Deep North was awarded a contract from the Department of Homeland Security to design video analytics for Transportation Security Administration checkpoints.
FreightWaves is excited to announce the return of its F3: Future of Freight Festival in 2021, continuing its tradition as the hottest FreightTech conference in the world.
GreenPrint conducted a survey revealing that consumers want to buy eco-friendly products but don’t know how to identify them.
ICON technology key to homeless man becoming the first person to live in a 3D printed house.
Pryon CEO Igor Jablokov spoke at South by Southwest’s 2021 Film Festival about artificial intelligence and the great power competition.
ThingTech and Blumberg Advisory Group launched the inaugural Fleet Management Telematics and IoT Best Practices study for local, state, and federal governments.
Verady announced a partnership with the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants by offering Ledgible Tax Pro to its members for work with cryptoassets.
Virsec has partnered with Yotta Infrastructure Solutions, India’s largest data center.
Chick-fil-A opened applications for $5 million in nonprofit grants for Black-led nonprofits and organizations impacting communities of color.
Cox Enterprises unveiled a new feature that enables customers with physical disabilities to control their video guide with their eyes through the Accessible Web Remote.
Delta Air Lines‘ commitment to carbon neutrality is coming to fruition as it budgets more than $30 million for its portfolio of verified offsets to mitigate 2020 emissions.
Georgia-Pacific‘s Leaf River pulp mill is the first to earn an EPA Energy Star Certification.
Georgia Power is committed to enabling access to fast electric vehicle charging across a major travel corridor in an effort to create a coordinated fast-charging network.
Georgia Tech received $2.2M in Toyota Research Institute Robotics funding to advance autonomous driving and human-robot collaboration.
Goldman Sachs committed $10 billion in investment capital and $100 million in philanthropic capital to impact the lives of one million black women.
The Home Depot expanded its environmentally-friendly outdoor power equipment lineup, giving customers the ease of use and environmental advantage of battery-operated machines.
Inspire Brands‘ family of business and franchises stepped up to aid Texans during the winter storm by providing hot meals and donating to food banks and community centers.
Intercontinental Exchange Mortgage Technology launched Experience 2021, the mortgage industry’s most anticipated user conference for digital education, collaboration, and innovation.
Invesco launched the “Greater Possibilities” podcast, a forum dedicated to discussing investment opportunities with Invesco experts.
UPS Foundation and UPS Healthcare supported an equitable delivery program of COVID-19 vaccines to facilitate 20 million doses for countries with insufficient access to the vaccine.
Atlanta‘s diversity can shape the future of its tech scene as investments from big tech companies and the city’s growing startup ecosystem gear it towards becoming a national leader in the industry.
Google announced its plan to offer thousands of new roles in Atlanta as part of a broader, $7 billion investment in offices around the United States.
The University Growth Fund chose Atlanta as its next hub to grow student VC talent through its hybrid investment and internship program.
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) has named 2021’s Top 40 Innovative Companies of Georgia. We are proud to announce that 5 Engage companies have made the list. Congratulations to Instant Financial, NuGen Systems, STORD, Verusen, and Voxie!