- Register for Meet the Brokers
- Nominating Committee
- Spring Workshop Wrap
- ExportGA 2013
- A Look Back - 1963
- Time Capsule
- Export GA 2013
- App of the Month
- COI - Logistics
Buried Since 1988 ...
The Georgia Industrial Developers Association created and sealed a time capsule during the 25th Anniversary celebration, September 16, 1988. On Wednesday, September 25, 2013, those contents will be revealed for the first time in over 9,000 days (or almost 800 million seconds). This is just one of many exciting treats that you will enjoy at the 2013 Annual Conference. More details to come soon!
But for now, start thinking of what will go into the next time capsule. That's right! We will turn right back around after opening the 25th Anniverary time capsule and create a 50th Anniversary version, to be opened in 2038!
Photos? iPods? What objects, fun artifacts and really cool items should be included? Be thinking about that - we'll come back to you in the coming months to see what your thoughts are.
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In Georgia, It's All About Logistics
With the nation's fastest growing port, the world's busiest and most-efficient airport, the most rail in the Southeast and a nationally ranked interstate highway system, Georgia is all about logistics. This video showcases the numerous strengths in Georgia's logistics infrastructure and how the Center of Innovation for Logistics serves this key industry.
Join us at the June luncheon for an update from Page Siplon.
Join us for the4th Annual GEDA Broker’s eventat the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel on Monday, June 17. Some of our members may not be as familiar with the brokerage community as with some others, and quite frankly, some brokers may not be as familiar with all of the communities in Georgia. GEDA Leadership felt that this was the right time to bring everyone together for yet another "Get to Know You" luncheon. So mark your calendars for June 17th andregister onlinetoday!
This year’s event will be BUSINESS CASUAL. It’s hot in the summer so at least we can be comfortable at the luncheon, right?
Thank you to this month's sponsor:ROOKER
It is time once again tonominateyour peers for a coveted spot on the GEDABoard of Directors! Immediately following the June luncheon, the GEDANominating Committee will meet to create a recommended slate of Officers and Directors for the coming year. Do you know of a deserving candidate? Someone who has what it takes to lead GEDA into ournextfifty years? Fill out thisformto let us know all about them and why you feel they are ready. The Nominating Committee will be looking to fill five openings: the incoming Secretary-Treasurer and four (4) Directors.
According to GEDA policies, the Secretary-Treasurer is the chief financial officer for the corporation, is responsible for general policy oversight of accounting and financial management procedures, serves as the corporate secretary and is the officer responsible for the "Spring Workshop" program. Directors are elected by the Members of GEDA to exercise fiduciary responsibility for the affairs of the corporation, to establish policy and to provide strategic direction and general oversight for GEDA committees and programs, and for the administrative and financial management of the corporation.
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Spring Workshop Wrap
Near record attendance, beautiful new facility, perfect weather ... oh, and a great program too. The 2013 Spring Workshop was entitled "Achieving the Extraordinary" and it did just that. If you are dying to relive some of the magic, follow these links:
Georgia SBDC’s International Trade Center is now accepting applications for the upcoming ExportGA 2013 program. The program takes 15 companies through a series of five workshops in which they are guided through the various areas involving export market development. Any company, big or small, new-to-export or activelyexporting, benefits from this program. Experts from the private and public sectors provide the expertise throughout the workshops. A team of trade outreach specialists are assigned to the companies, as well as an intern from the University of Georgia’s International Business program. The objective of the program is to create new real export opportunities for the participants by the end of the process.
Companies interested in the program can apply on-line atwww.exportga.com. Their information is held confidential and not distributed. They do not need to pay at time of application. Payment would not be required until August 5. For more information, please contact Rick Martin, Director of the International Trade Center, The University of Georgia SBDC, at 678-797-2530 firstname.lastname@example.org.Click herefor the brochure.
2013 Events Calendar
June 17. 4th Annual Meet the Brokers' Luncheon at the Renaissance Atlanta Midown.Register today!
New Members in May
Stephanie S Davis, Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Charlie Giffen, Putnam Development Authority
Alvin Nash, Progress Partners
Andrew Smith, RB Baker Construction
Back in Time...to 1963 - Sports Champions
- AFL – San Diego Chargers 51, Boston Patriots 10
- NFL – Chicago Bears 14, New York Giants 10
- #1 Texas defeated #2 Navy in the Cotton Bowl, 28-7
- World Series: LA Dodgers swept the NY Yankees 4-0.
- NBA Finals: Boston Celtics over the Los Angeles Lakers 4 games to 2.
- NCAA Men: Loyola (IL) 60, Cincinnati 58
- No women’s tournament
- Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 1
- Golf Major Champions:
- Masters – Jack Nicklaus
- US Open – Julius Boros
- British Open – Bob Charles
- PGA Championship – Jack Nicklaus
- Women’s Western Open – Mickey Wright
- LPGA Championship – Mickey Wright
- US Women’s Open – Mary Mills
- Titleholders Championship – Marilynn Smith
- Tennis Grand Slam Champions:
- Australian Open – Roy Emerson
- Wimbledon – Chuck McKinley
- French Open – Roy Emerson
- US Open – Rafael Osuna
- Australian Open – Margaret Smith Court
- Wimbledon – Margaret Smith Court
- French Open – Lesley Turner Bowrey
- US Open – Maria Bueno