Nina Sawczuk, 48, formerly assistant director of the Advanced Technology Development Center in Atlanta who took the helm this month as ATDC manager and director of Startup Services, says extending its programs beyond core suite members is a priority. ATDC provides space, mentoring, and contacts for Atlanta startups. Nearly a year ago, ATDC opened its doors to a greater number of companies as it merged with the Georgia Tech VentureLab program and the state SBIR assistance program. It also manages the Georgia Tech Edison Fund. Currently, Sawczuk tells us, ATDC includes more than 300 firms, about 20 to 30 resident in its seed or suite space offices.
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