The first Georgia Technology Celebration is drawing a huge supporting cast.

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) announced the list of technology associations, government agencies and business organizations that will participate in the Tech Celebration this week – and it’s a long one.

Scheduled for Oct. 21 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, TAG says its Tech Celebration has attracted support from a broad base of Georgia’s technology industry stakeholders.

“The objective of the Celebration is to bring together and re-energize the technology community so that we are all working together to advance the state’s technology sector,” said TAG President Steve Jeffery. “It’s imperative that organizations serving this community build strong alliances working together for the good of our industry. This is why we have invited all the groups that serve this community to participate in the Celebration.”

TAG says it has received incredible response from Georgia’s technology associations to its invitation to participate in the Celebration’s Association Pavilion. As part of an ongoing “outreach” program, TAG will continue to work in collaborative with the many organizations that impact the state’s technology sector. In addition to having an opportunity to build awareness for their organizations, each of these groups has actively promoted the Celebration event.

The following organizations will participate in the Association Pavilion at the Celebration:

American Electronics Association (AeA)
American Israel Chamber of Commerce
Advanced Technology Development Center
Atlanta CEO High-Tech Council
Atlanta Electronic Commerce Forum
Atlanta Information Technology Alliance
Atlanta Telecom Professionals
Atlanta Venture Forum
British Consulate
Canadian Consulate General
CFO Chapter of Technology Executives roundtable
CHIA (Atlanta Chapter of ACM Special Interest Group)
CRM Atlanta
First Robotics
Georgia Biomedical Partnership
Georgia Electronic Commerce Association
Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce
Gwinnett Technology Forum / Chamber
Independent Computer Consultants Association
WebMBA Program
Minority Technology Entrepreneurs
MIT Enterprise Forum
Society for Technical Communications
TAG Societies & Special Interest Groups
TAG Initiative Teams
The IndUS Entrepreneurs (TiE)
Tuesday Women
United Way’s Tech Initiative
Webgrrls Atlanta
Wireless Technology Forum,
Young Entrepreneurs Organization

TAG’s 30 Societies and Special Interest Groups will be showcased in the TAG Cyber Café, which is scheduled from 9 AM – 11:45 AM at the Cobb Galleria Centre the morning of the Tech Celebration.

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