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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Your Connection to Georgia’s Technology Community

75 Fifth Street, NW | Suite 625 | Atlanta, Georgia | 30308 www.tagonline.org | phone: 404.817.3333 | fax: 404.817.6677


Community Involvement Check Out Our Informational Resources! Share knowledge with the TAG network and position your company as an industry leader by submitting White Papers Gain Access to inner workings of industry leading companies by touring their organization on Member-Exclusive Field Trip Series Engage with Peers through the TAG Community, highlighting Press Releases, Events Calendar, and Community Voices Support Creation and Growth of Georgia’s most promising start-up companies through the TAG/GRA Business Launch Competition Stay Current on Georgia’s technology community through TAG’s annual State of the Industry Report, which highlights Georgia’s tech sectors as compared to other states For more information, contact Heather Miner at 404.920.2022 or

Professional Development & Training Special Member Rates! Effective Communication Skills for Technology Professionals Sales Strategy Training with Kennesaw State University The CEO Bootcamp Leadership Development Certificate Series with UGA 2010 CIO Certification Series OneEighty with Georgia Tech For more information, contact Amanda Shook at 404-920-2023 or ashook@tagonline.org


TAG’s 30 Societies People TAG/ATDC Entrepreneurs TAG Diversity TAG Government Technology Women in Technology, a TAG Society TAG Young Professionals

Function TAG Business Process Management TAG Content Management TAG Corporate Development TAG Customer Relationship Management TAG Data Governance TAG Enterprise Performance Management TAG Enterprise 2.0 TAG Finance TAG Human Resources TAG Infrastructure TAG Information Security TAG International Business TAG Marketing TAG Product Management TAG Recruiting TAG Workplace Learning

Industry TAG Business & Technology Alliance TAG Consulting TAG Entertainment TAG FinTech TAG Health TAG Logistics TAG Manufacturing


Government Relations Drive Legislative Change in Georgia! Monitor federal and state policy changes relevant to the technology community Promote policy platform issues and state legislative agenda Advocate for positive state policy changes that will transform the science and technology community and enhance Georgia’s economic climate Capitol Updates distributed bi-weekly during the state legislative session, and monthly in the interim months Procurement Efforts at the state level to provide cost effective, high quality services to Georgians, and extend business opportunities to the private sector For more information, contact Richie Johnson at 404.920.2028 or richie@tagonline.org

TAG Education Collaborative Support Georgia’s Future Workforce! Strengthen STEM disciplines in Georgia by fostering interest among students Enhance recruitment & build professional development among teachers specializing in STEM to facilitate growth Integrate the growing number of empowered parents in STEM development, helping them to embrace courses and 2 and 4 year institutions, and trade schools Provide a better foundations for Georgia’s workforce pipeline by inspiring the business community to create a productive environment For more information, contact Michael Robertson at 404.920.2038 or mrobertson@tagonline.org


TAG Awards Programs Gain Company Recognition! Lifetime Achievement Award Recognizing a business technology professional for their lifetime achievement.

Top 40 Innovative Companies in Georgia Recognizing tech companies who have created Innovative technology in Georgia.

Excalibur Awards Recognizing GA’s tech-enabled companies that demonstrate exemplary competency in using technology to enhance their business.

Business Launch Competition $50,000 cash and over $300,000 suite of services awarded to an emerging company. Presented in partnership with the Georgia Research Alliance.

TAMY Awards– Marketing Excellence TAG Marketing recognizes technology marketers who have demonstrated expertise in their fields, have a track record of success, and are respected by both peers and reports. Women of the Year in Technology Women in Technology, a TAG Society recognizes women at the top of their field in Enterprise Business, Small/Medium Business, and the Not for Profit / Public Sector.


About the Te c h n o l o g y A s s o c i a t i o n Of Georgia The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) was formed in 1998 with the mission to build, connect, and enable; people, companies, and communities. Its 30 Societies act as a distribution channel for TAG programs, offering over 170 meetings and seminars per year. TAG coordinates a series of meetings and events such as the Featured Speaker series, the Field Trip series, and the Georgia Technology Summit. TAG expands its reach by fostering public and private partnerships with organizations such as the Atlanta Telecom Professionals, the MIT Enterprise Forum, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, and Georgia Department of Economic Development. In addition to adding value for its members, TAG’s Board of Directors, Leadership Council, and staff act as a primary catalyst for fostering a rich environment for technology growth in the State of Georgia. For more information visit: www.tagonline.org

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