The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is, at its essence, an umbrella organization for a large variety of smaller groups, or "Societies," which TAG divides into three categories: People, Function, and Industry. Each Society is represented by their own board or directors, sponsors, and hosts their own regular events. The Society pages on TAGthink are where the people involved in these groups connect and share in-depth information on a daily basis.
What happens when technology companies go global?
Find out from top tech leaders as they share their international experiences at our June 17th meeting.
All our panelists are CEOs/Presidents of fast-moving tech firms who know first-hand what makes a global initiative work. Several lead GTS Top Ten Innovative Companies. Some have already taken their companies overseas. Others are currently planning new global initiatives.
You’ll hear what they’ve learned, what made their previous international ventures so successful, and what they would do differently next time. From those who are planning a new global expansion, you’ll find out what’s involved as they prepare to take their business overseas.
We’ll also talk about how local companies like yours can partner with foreign businesses that want to enter the US market. Moderating the panel will be Carl Johnston, a Partner with FSB FisherBroyles who specializes in corporate, technology, international, and tax law.
Come early for networking and wine tasting at 6:00pm (courtesy of the Australian Consulate in Atlanta) followed by our panel discussion.
Anthony A. Coker, Senior Director Strategic Partners, Suniva
Nandan Sheth, President and COO, Acculynk
Harris Fogel President, Americas, Quofore
Val Rahmani – Chief Executive Officer, Damballa