ATDC launches supply chain and logistics initiative focused on start-ups in that sector

The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), Georgia’s technology business incubator operated by Georgia Institute of Technology, has announced a new program focused on supply chain and logistics (SC&L) start-ups.

As part of the launch, ATDC also announced: (1) the execution of a three-year sponsorship with The Home Depot®, the world’s largest home improvement retailer; and (2) the hiring of Alex Rhodeen as the Supply Chain Catalyst to run the SC&L vertical, build a pipeline of companies, and evaluate these startups for acceptance into the ATDC portfolio.

Companies participating in the incubator program will work directly with SC&L and business leaders at The Home Depot and Georgia Tech as they build, test and bring to market new products and services. ATDC is a globally recognized technology incubator. The supply chain vertical is the sixth of its kind at ATDC and follows other targeted programs in health, retail, and financial technologies.

To learn more, read the ATDC news release here and an article from Hypepotamus here.


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