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Georgia and Ontario, Canada tech firms to partner on June 2, 2021
By: Banks County
The event, the first of an annual series, will feature Georgia Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan and highlight Georgia High-Tech I-85 Corridor firms and senior executives from:
In addition, four companies from Ontario and four from Georgia will also make short elevator pitches to all speakers and attendees. The speakers from Georgia will also select some of the Ontario companies in attendance for a subsequent B2B program.
Value will be added through introductions between new clients and/or supply chain contacts, knowledge transfer, and/or opportunities to invest in new geographies.
Charles Turk, Chairman of the Banks County Commissioners said "I am looking forward to adding value to the organizations in Banks County by fostering closer relationships with our Canadian partners."
"It is great to see Banks County taking a leading role in developing of international partnerships, this will add value to the residents of Banks County", added Scott Ledford, Chairman of the Development Authority of Banks County.
Georgia companies can register at:
Please register by May 24, 2021 (For technical issues contact Mauricio.Ospina@
Media contact: Richard Brooks RBrooks@
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The Georgia High-Tech I-85 Corridor extends from the intersection of Highway I-985 & I-85 to the South Carolina border through Gwinnett, Barrow, Jackson, Banks, Franklin and Hart Counties and the cities of Braselton and Commerce.
Banks County's vision is to continue to develop high-tech production, mixed-use housing, sports complexes, and commercial developments along the Georgia High-Tech I-85 Corridor in Banks County, enhancing the County's reputation as a great place to work, live and play while still maintaining that rural feel and environmentally pure landscape.
Thanks to Georgia High-Tech I-85 Corridor supporters at Jackson EMC, The Next Move Group & GAMA