TAG was launched in January, 1999 with the merger of three of the state’s largest technology organizations: the Southeastern Software Association, the Business and Technology Alliance and Women in Technology. At its launch, TAG became one of the largest technology organizations in the country.

Today, TAG’s mission is to help Georgia’s technology companies speak in a strong voice. The Association helps members connect with companies that use their services. We serve as a liaison with Chambers of Commerce statewide and beyond to attract new businesses and employees…to provide TAG members with information on the legislative agenda that impacts them.

Membership in The Technology Association of Georgia is an investment in your career and your company’s success. You have instant access to our specialized groups that focus on all manner of industries. TAG’s Societies are large groups that include women in technology, software development, healthcare, marketing and local groups of tech professionals around the state.

Our 31 societies encompass more than a dozen disciplines, from conducting business internationally to raising capital, from outsourcing to project management, technology in entertainment to offshore development solutions.

Join TAG today…because it is the strength of our membership that builds value in TAG and will help us impact the future of technology in Georgia.


The Israeli Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) is Israel’s umbrella organization representing the high tech and life science industries. With about 700 members our mission is to strengthen the Israeli high tech and life science industries across the whole value chain while creating global, technological and innovational leadership.

As the voice of the hightech, life science and all advanced technologies community in Israel, the IATI researches, develops and advocates policies and actions that promote all of Israel’s high tech, increasing awareness of its strengths and innovations worldwide

By providing the platform for communication and collaboration, IATI gives its members not only the opportunities to learn from successful individuals but to also gain access to R&D, marketing, ­financial service providers, the world’s top tier venture capital funds as well as other investors.

Our members belong to every level and aspect of the industry: Entrepreneurs, start-ups, incubators, accelerators, R&D centers, multi-national companies, local and international venture capital funds, private investors, tech transfer companies and service providers.

Forward Forsyth is your resource for all things business in Forsyth County. We are here to connect you to the opportunities you need to get started, relocate or grow.

Forsyth County is home to some of the largest and most innovative companies across the state, nation and globe. Our strategic location, talented workforce, excellent education options, low property taxes and endless opportunities to enjoy arts, recreation and connect with community are just a few of the reasons we choose Forsyth County and know FOCO is for you too.

The FICC was founded in 1919 as an independent and non-profit entity. It is the leading economic organization representing the trade and service sector, the largest sector in Israel. The FICC serves as roof organization to over 5000 businesses and organizations operating in more than 120 divisions which represent various economic branches including export, import, trade, real estate, financial and business services.

The metro Atlanta area is home to 13 Fortune 500 and 24 Fortune 1000 headquarters. The Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, corporate executives and relocation consultants, along with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms are committed to actively recruiting new companies to the region. Public and private partnerships with business, financial and non-profit communities are key to spurring quality job creation and investment throughout the city’s neighborhoods.

Sandy Springs is a city in northern Fulton County, Georgia, United States, and part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, Sandy Springs had a population of 93,853, and its 2017 estimated population was 106,739. Sandy Springs is Georgia’s seventh-largest city (just after Athens) and is the site of several corporate headquarters (though many are assigned “Atlanta” mailing addresses) such as UPS, Inspire Brands, Cox Communications, and Mercedes-Benz USA’s corporate offices.

MAC’s team of project managers provide confidential services to support existing Atlanta businesses considering an expansion or out of market companies evaluating Atlanta for a new operation. Our services are offered in close collaboration with state, local, academic, and utility partners. No matter the nature of your project, our wealth of experience and diverse capabilities will help you grow your business in metro Atlanta.

The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) is the state’s sales and marketing arm, the lead agency for attracting new business investment, encouraging the expansion of existing industry and small businesses, aligning workforce education and training with in-demand jobs, locating new markets for Georgia products, attracting tourists to Georgia, and promoting the state as a destination for arts and location for film, music and digital entertainment projects, as well as planning and mobilizing state resources for economic development.

The Economic Development Association of Alabama (EDAA) is a membership-based organization focused on promoting economic growth in Alabama. Economic development professionals throughout the state, along with individuals and companies in related fields, work together with the EDAA staff and board of directors to help positively influence state legislation and industrial growth within the state.

The Department connects businesses with the site locations, workforce and infrastructure they need to succeed in one of the nation’s top states for business. We also connect local communities with the grants and funding they need to attract new business and ensure future prosperity.

Additionally, our executive branch agency administers the state’s economic incentives program and publishes data, statistics, information and reports for those interested in our state’s economy. Marketing North Carolina as a business and visitor destination is another function of the Department, and to handle this work we contract services from the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC), a public-private organization established by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2014.

The South Carolina Department of Commerce promotes economic opportunity for individuals and businesses. From assisting with the location of new sites and buildings, offering grants for community development and infrastructure improvement, to providing workforce training, the Department of Commerce is here to help new and existing businesses grow.

As a national leader in direct foreign investment, the state extends its global reach with offices in Europe and Asia that help existing companies in developing export markets.

The mission of the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce is to regulate and promote agricultural-related businesses within the state and to promote Mississippi’s products throughout both the state and the rest of the world for the benefit of all Mississippi citizens.

Ensuring the success of our professionals who serve our community is a large part of our job here at the Department of Commerce and Insurance. The division of Regulatory Boards comprises 23 professional boards, programs and commissions that license and regulate over 200,000 professionals within the state of Tennessee. Everything from your hairdresser to your home inspector – we ensure that those professionals get the education and licensing they need to provide consumers with the best possible service. Our TennCare Oversight division maintains the highest integrity of regulating managed care companies that service over 1 million TennCare enrollees.