Partnership Puts Weight Behind Making Georgia a Tech Go-To
Since entering office in 2019, Geoff Duncan, Georgia’s Lt. Governor, set his sights on the state becoming the “technology capital of the East Coast.”
The Partnership for Inclusive Innovation (PIN) came to be with the collaboration of state, academic and private sector entities. An article published by GovTech explains that the partnership is will serve “as a vehicle for economic development by supporting scalable pilot programs, community research and student engagement.”
Duncan said the goal is to push the pilot programs out quickly and have working to solve the state’s problems.
“But also, hopefully, these entrepreneurs can then go monetize nationally or globally based on their successes here,” he added.