The Advanced Technology Development Center celebrated its 30th birthday by launching four more companies during a May ceremony.
Since starting in 1980, the center, which incubates businesses, has had 120 graduating businesses that have created more than 4,000 jobs in Georgia. It has generated an estimated $13 billion in revenues and more than $100 million in profits. Stephen Fleming, Phys 83, ATDC director and vice president of Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute, thanked the state, ATDC employees and volunteers for their support over the years.
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