Fri, March 01, 2024

ABD Extra

Our ABD survey in 4th Quarter, led to ABD Extra—an extra series of stories that “drops” each Monday at 12 noon in this space. We’re following our survey results which indicated that our readers were most interested in stories about Economic Development and Job Recruiting\Retention.
Each Monday, you’ll read the latest information from a pair of CSRA business experts at AU’s Hull College of Business—Economist, Dr. Simon Medcalfe and the former Dean at Hull—Dr. Rick Franza.
We’ve hired Dana Lynn McIntyre, a hard-nosed, data driven reporter with 40 years experience, who will bring you a comprehensive top story each week.
You’ll hear unique podcasts and get caught up in the “week that was” with a look back at 3 of our top stories from the economic and job sectors.
Former WSB Atlanta reporter Mike Petchenik will let us know what’s happening with economic development in the whole state, plus we’ll have other features. If you want no-nonsense, serious biz news, this is the place!
Special thanks to our sponsors Salamis Consulting, TAB CSRA, and Powell and Associates for helping to fund this 13 week experiment.

Georgia filmmaking soon to be back in action?

118 Days after declaring an industry walkout, SAG-AFTRA’s negotiating team announced the news that millions had long been waiting for: “We have reached a deal.” What does that mean for Georgia and specifically the CSRA? With the massive agreement comes the return of film to Georgia, and already a lot

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Patrick Reynolds: How is inflation impacting the hiring process?

There’s not an easy button. Here’s a look back at May’s Employment Recruitment & Retention Panel discussion from ABD’s Conference and Expo, as Patrick Reynolds, CEO of Cross Link Consulting, explains the necessity of working together, even in difficult situations. Subscribe to our eNewsletter for the BEST local business news

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Hitting the road with Georgia’s film industry

Georgia Entertainment News has scheduled the Georgia Unscripted Roadshow to crisscross the state and highlight the impact the entertainment industry has on the Peach State. The organization advocates for Georgia’s entertainment industry and kicked off the road trip on June 22 in Athens. It will continue on its nine-city journey

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Georgia Business Minute: Ready to take-off!

Soaring job opportunities could be coming to the Peach State soon, thanks to an aircraft engine manufacturer expected to invest in our region. If accomplished, it would bring nearly 400 jobs to the area, adding to Georgia’s rank as one of the top five exporters of aerospace products in America.

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Mondays with Rick: Internship story: “These are my people”

In my last two columns, I wrote about the positive impacts internship programs can have on individual students, companies, and the economic and workforce development of a community. The first of those two columns focused on two local internship programs for high school students, while the second discussed the value

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