Released on a weekly basis, Thrive Y'all is hosted by Rocket IT Marketing Coordinator, Jessica Clayton. Throughout the series, Jessica showcases organizations in Gwinnett and North Fulton counties that have continued to make positive impacts that ensure our community thrives. In turn, she provides audiences with an inside look at local businesses with truly unique cultures and how innovative thinking has provided their teams with an opportunity to overcome adversities. To learn more about Rocket IT and its community spotlight podcast, we encourage you to visit www.rocketit.com.
Using Tech for Community Development | Rich Edinger
Restoring community areas and local architecture requires a partner who listens as much as they plan. In this episode of Thrive Y'all, CPL Architect's Rich Edinger shares how his team creates high-impact and resilient solutions that activate beneficial change in metro-Atlanta communities.
Tech in Transportation | Brian Mulligan
With more vehicles on the road than ever before, technology has become a key component of motorists' safety. In this episode of Thrive Y'all, President of Applied Information, Bryan Mulligan, shares how his team has begun integrating transportation tech into metro-Atlanta communities.
Pursuit of Quality Improvement | Terri Jondahl
When it comes to the manufacturing industry, a keen eye for details is necessary for long-term success. In this episode of Thrive Y'all, we hear how CAB Incorporated CEO, Terri Jondahl and her team have spent over 35 years relentlessly pursuing new concepts for quality improvement.
Gwinnett Place Growth | Joe Allen
Known for its internationally diverse communities, Gwinnett County has drawn the attention of businesses from around the world. Now, in an effort to continue this economic development, Executive Director Joe Allen and the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District share new plans for infrastructure improvements.
Creating Family Foundations | Randy Redner
Since 1985, the Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia has worked to improve the world through the power of philanthropy. And now, with CEO Randy Redner and his team at the wheel, the organization is determined to address the charitable needs of individuals, families, and nonprofits across Metro Atlanta.
Tech Incubator featuring Karen Cashion, Tech Alpharetta
There's no denying that Metro Atlanta is a hub for innovation and the city of Alpharetta is no different. With startup incubator organizations like Tech Alpharetta leading the charge, CEO Karen Cashion and her team have promoted the growth of over 700 local tech companies and counting.