We just need to be willing to see it, writes George Chidi.
Buckhead’s Cycmode makes indoor cycling an immersive experience, thanks to an enormous curved screen, the likes of which you normally see only in IMAX theaters.
They’re not just tech founders and CEOs. Atlantans are launching businesses as ceramicists, farmers, influencers, and more.
In the 20th century, Black musicians and other artists were regularly taken advantage of for their creative labor. In the 21st century, eight-tracks and record players have given way to TikTok and YouTube—but the exploitation remains. These entrepreneurs are fighting to change that.
Nonprofit Startup Atlanta that creates an annual “ecosystem guide” to help entrepreneurs find what they’re looking for, from funding to mentorship.
For those feeling inspired by stories in this package and drafting their resignation letters, a cruel dose of reality from the Harvard Business Review: “If you’re launching a business, the odds are against you: Two-thirds of startups never show a positive return.” Striking startup gold is incredibly rare, but it does happen. Here are a few much-hyped startups and their (sometimes short) journeys, alongside onetime Atlanta darling Mailchimp.
Information is power, and these Atlanta startups are giving it back to the people.
Set to open in mid-to-late spring, Ponce City Market’s Umbrella Bar is a Korean street food and drink concept from the cofounder of Poke Burri, Seven Chan.
The Beeline cart will be stocked with sesame, poppy, salt, everything, plain, and cinnamon raisin bagels, plus whipped, scallion, veggie, and strawberry and honey smash cream cheese.