Federal authorities are claiming a substantial victory against several companies. The judgment handed down in the federal business litigation case, which was heard outside the state of Georgia, awarded the Federal Trade Commission $478 million against several companies that sold consumers get-rich-quick services. Authorities claimed in their suit that the companies used deception to sell their services.
Entrepreneurs in Atlanta will soon have a new program to help them as they get their start ups off the ground. The Mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed, along with Invest Atlanta has announced a new program called Start Up Atlanta that is soon to be launched. The new program is designed to help local startup entrepreneurs with interacting, engaging, and creating new jobs and business opportunities. As entrepreneurs work through the business formation and launching processes, this new initiative may be a great tool.
Entrepreneurship is a great way for Georgia residents to bust out of the job market slump. But starting a business is laden with potential challenges, which is why the business organization process is so important. For entrepreneurs, experts suggests considering eight tips for new business success. The first tip is to only start a business that you are passionate about. In addition to passion, it is suggested that patience, purpose and perseverance are also important.
An Atlanta-area construction management company is claiming victory in the outcome of a court's decision regarding its business litigation with the DeKalb County School District. At the same time, the school district is saying the 5-year-old fight is far from over.