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    3 Summer Cities to enjoy-Braselton, Chamblee, Smyrna

    How do you like to spend your summer days? Do you enjoy taking time to explore the incredible history of the metro Atlanta area? Maybe you’re a music lover who can’t wait to partake of the phenomenal cultural arts scene that explodes here during the summer season every year. Are you a foodie who’s on the hunt for some spicy fare that’s as hot as the temperatures in July? Whatever your fancy, North Georgia’s cities large and small play host to a variety of hot spots and events that will amp up those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. So get ready to make hay while the sun shines in metro Atlanta. read more

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    The Atlanta BeltLine Progresses Forward

    When the Atlanta BeltLine is complete, which is projected to be at the end of 2030, it will connect 45 intown neighborhoods around the city with a 22-mile loop of multi-purpose trail featuring pedestrian-friendly transit, public parks and more. Additionally, 33 miles of paved urban connector trails will have been built, bringing people to the main trail, which also will boast 46 miles of improved streetscapes along the way. read more

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    Company Relocations to Atlanta -On the Move

    It’s no secret that Georgia has been recognized for its exceptional business-friendly environment. In fact, Site Selection has named it the number one state for doing business for eight consecutive years. That kind of reputation undoubtedly attracts companies of all sizes to settle in the area every year, establishing headquarters, distribution centers, customer service operations and more. And many of those organizations have found a home right here in metro Atlanta. Here are some of the most recent big business moves to our fair city and its surrounding areas. read more

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Atlanta Education

The Best CE classes at Atlanta's Universities-Above and Beyond

The Best CE classes at Atlanta's Universities-Above and Beyond

Metro Atlantans looking to boost their careers, strengthen their knowledge, and upgrade their skills can obtain certifications from colleges and universities throughout Georgia. Many certification programs are embedded as part of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, allowing students or professionals of all ages and at all stages looking to advance their careers to earn certifications to show that they have obtained a higher level of education or completed training for skills in demand. read more

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    Private Schools in Metro Atlanta: A Primer for Relocating Families

    The process of relocating comes with a bevy of important tasks, and finding the right school for your child is surely at the top of the list. If you are interested in sending your children to one of the metro area’s independent schools, this primer will help you begin to get acquainted with the metro Atlanta private school market and shares some essential details to consider as you begin exploring the options. read more

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    Life University: A Home Base for Students from All Over the World

    Life University (Life U) in Marietta, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta, is home to more than 2,800 undergraduate, graduate and professional students who come from across the country and the globe. But out of numerous options students have to choose from in pursuit of higher education, what leads them to Life U? To get a better understanding as to what leads students to travel great distances to attend this institution, it’s helpful to ask those who journeyed the farthest and those who work with them. read more

Atlanta Business

How to Build a Community in Atlanta

How to Build a Community in Atlanta

Whether on the lookout to practice your favorite hobby, network with industry professionals or get to know your neighbors, Meetup is a fantastic resource to build a community in your new home. read more

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    Top 10 Companies Relocating to Atlanta

    It’s no secret that Georgia has been recognized for its exceptional business-friendly environment. In fact, Site Selection has named it the number one state for doing business for eight consecutive years. That kind of reputation undoubtedly attracts companies of all sizes to settle in the area every year, establishing headquarters, distribution centers, customer service operations and more. read more

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    Atlanta: The Tech Mecca of the Southeast

    Over the last several years, Atlanta has garnered a reputation as one of the country’s fastest-growing and most prolific technology hubs. Forbes Magazine named the metro area as one of the world’s elite tech towns, placing it in the number three spot of cities poised to become tech meccas in the near future. Cushman & Wakefield included Atlanta on its list of America’s 25 leading high-tech metro areas. read more