Metro Atlanta is a Global Hub for Mobile Technology

Our vision is simple: Become the recognized global center for Mobility

 
Ranked as one of the most mobile cities for small business, the No. 2 Most Wired City in the U.S. (Forbes, 2009-2010), and the No. 2 Most Socially Networked City in America (Men’s Health Magazine, 2011) – Atlanta is a global leader in Mobility.  Our leaders, our success stories, and our assets and partners place us at the forefront of an industry and make us an innovation economy


What are Atlanta's assets?

Atlanta has a critical mass in key sub-sectors of the mobile ecosystem:

  • Internet & Network Security 

  • Financial Transaction Processing 

  • Communication Services 

  • Logistics Software 

  • Health IT 

  • Smart Grid 

  • Digital Media and 

  • Content – Analytics

Key industry partners support, grow and promote Georgia’s abundant technology strengths: 

Georgia’s leading position in the technology sector is a strong draw for a skilled mobility workforce. Technology industry sales make up 17 percent of the state’s total GDP and represent some 250,000 jobs.

 

 

Your Mobility Experts

 

David Hartnett

Chief Economic Development Officer
 

David serves as MAC's Chief Economic Development Officer Read More

 

Hillery Champagne

Director of Mobility Industry Expansion
 

Hillery Champagne serves as the MAC Director of Mobility Industry Expansion.