Wings For Kids Atlanta provides after school care for 700 children – primarily in College Park. Executive Director, Denise Blake, explains why the Tri-Cities business community should know this important asset to their present and future work force.
Insider Michael Gibbs, owner and operator or American Family Insurance, relocated his business to Hapeville from the Cascade area of Atlanta. He shares his success so far and provides insights from his first year of operation.
Dr. Stewart Gully, President of Woodward Academy, illuminates the symbiotic relationship between the 120-year-old institution and the vitality of the College Park business community.
David Burt is the Economic Development consultant in Hapeville. He shares the town’s strategic priorities and his vision for how Hapeville can galvanize progress while preserving space for the arts and small town living.
Insider Artie Jones is the Director of Economic Development in College Park, one of the three cities neighboring Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Artie shares insights on 3 potential tax allocation districts, developments on the horizon and an increase in collaboration amongst city officials and developers.
Filling a unique niche, Tila Studios is art incubation studio and gallery for women. Founder Tiffany Tila discusses the importance of the arts to the growth of the airport region and the support she’s received from the East Point business community.
Insider’s Insights is specifically for business owners and investors seeking opportunities in the Tri-Cities region surrounding Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. This podcast is the qualitative story of business owners, civic leaders, educators and property owners.