New Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Tuesday that the search will soon be on for a new leader of the world’s busiest airport. A committee is being put in place to execute a national search for the general manager position, Ms. Bottoms told Global Atlanta after a wide-ranging speech to the Kiwanis Club of Read more
GSMA, a London-based, global association of 800 mobile network operators, has long seen Atlanta as its beachhead into North America. Finally, it’s own offices are inside the city limits.
NCR Corp., the financial technology giant, opened its new Atlanta headquarters in Midtown last week, the first phase of a massive new complex the company hopes will exemplify its own “reinvention.”
Georgia State University President Mark Becker in early December took his first trip to Israel, where he shared best practices with counterparts and sought to strengthen ties with some of the country’s top institutions, according to The Signal, the student-run newspaper. Dr. Becker traveled with five other American university presidents on a trip backed by the Read more
Summit the hill leading to the Hotel Montana, and it’s easy to see the devastation wrought by Haiti’s 2010 earthquake — or at least it was in 2012, when I visited two years after the apocalyptic tremblement de terre that killed tens of thousands. Many of the ramshackle concrete houses climbing like gray ivy up the Read more
Perhaps you know us only as the publication that brings you the latest global business news in Atlanta, showcasing how the city is connected to the world. Or maybe you follow us simply so you don’t miss the link to that next cross-border trade mission or networking opportunity that could help land a major international customer. However ardently Read more
Korea’s new consul general for the Southeast U.S. may be feeling a sense of deja vu as he arrives in Atlanta this month. Then again, the city is now a very different place than when Young-jun Kim earned a master’s degree in international politics from Georgia State University. That was in 1995, before the city’s Read more
Atlanta’s diplomatic door continued to revolve last year with big changes to makeup and leadership of the Georgia Consular Corps, which provides a direct conduit to more than 70 foreign governments.
If your Georgia-based company exported to a new country in 2017, you might as well get a certificate and a grip-and-grin photo with Gov. Nathan Deal. That’s been the prize over the past few years that the state has doled out GLOBE Awards, an acronym that stands for Georgians Launching Opportunities by Exporting.
Agnes Scott College, the women’s institution in Decatur, is once again proving its commitment to building globally oriented leaders by hiring a former Obama administration trade official as its new president.