February 2019 Issue

$3.95

The February 2019 Issue of Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine is our annual “Leaders of the New School” feature and this year we delve into the entrepreneurial renaissance black startup companies in Atlanta are experiencing. And what’s great about this revival is that new entrepreneurs have the ability to find and, in many cases, provide the resources for their peers to benefit from as well. The February Issue also tackles the generational myths concerning Millennials unearthing some very interesting facts, so be prepared to find yourself referencing this issue in the future. Lastly, featured are our monthly columns designed to advance your business, as well as our Power + Leisure section highlighting a triple “Getaway To” travel section, and the “Weekender” outlining all the happenings in Atlanta. There’s so much more. Just trust us, this issue is a keeper! Order your copy today.

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February 2018 Issue — Leaders of the New School

Leaders of the New School

Burunda Prince calls the tech start-up renaissance that’s happening in the city “magic.”

Do Something Good

Four ways to impact Atlanta from the ground up.

Impress and Curl

Shavone Riggins hacked the hair extension industry and gifted Naturals their perfect match.

Generational Myths

Rethink everything you ever thought about Millennials.

Technology for Business

As Smart Speakers Rise in Popularity, Synthetic Speech and Voice Synthesis is Something We Need to Look Out For

Tax Smarts

The Tax Consequences of Losing your Job

Intro

Don’t Let Predatory Tax Loans Take Your Refunds

Behind the Scenes

Kimberlin Bolton Takes Over the Helm of re:imagine/ATL

Tidbit

Atlanta Braves hire DeRetta Rhodes as senior VP of Human Resources.

TechByte

The Best of Precision Cooking

TipSheet

Apps for Tracking Business Mileage

Travel

Getaway To

Scottsdale, Arizona

Getaway To

Wellness in Aruba

Getaway To

The Evelyn Hotel NYC

Getaway To

Cancun Wine & Food Festival

Weekender

Enjoy Your Stay

One More Thing

Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine teams up with Salesforce

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Weight 5.0 oz