ATLANTA (WXIA) -- The city of Atlanta is already considered one of "America's Most Wired Cities" with an impressive pipeline of talent from Georgia Tech. Now Invest Atlanta is working to encourage even more entrepreneurs to work in technology.
Dr. Eloisa Klementich, Managing Director of Business Development at Invest Atlanta, offers her perspective on Atlanta's status as a tech-hub. She also discusses a 2015 tax policy that exempts hi-tech startups from paying business licensing fees for up to 3 years after starting their company or up until the company reaches $1M in gross revenue.
For more information on Invest Atlanta and the new 2015 tax policy for entrepreneurs in technology, go to www.investatlanta.com.