Company serves as one of the initial tenants in innovative technology center
High Tech Ministries (HTM), a marketplace community of several hundred Atlanta technology leaders and professionals, has moved its headquarters to the Atlanta Tech Village (ATV), Atlanta's premier technology incubation and innovation community located at 3423 Piedmont Road in Buckhead.
"The ATV is an exciting catalyst in a renewed movement here in Atlanta to foster innovation and bring entrepreneurial technology companies together," said Todd Sorenson, president of High Tech Ministries. "We share that vision, and have been serving this community for more than twenty years by helping people connect the dots between success and significance. Our constituents include many of the founders and funders of Atlanta's past and present successful start-ups. There is power in that multi-generational energy and expertise."
Johnson Cook, managing director of the ATV, added, "We are very happy to have High Tech Ministries in-residence. They understand the dynamics of cultivating community and making an impact. Those things are at the core of what we seek to create here."
Several events are coming up for HTM, including their spring Serve@Work service project on May 7-9 in South Atlanta; followed by the 2013 HTM Classic golf tournament on May 20, 2013 at The Standard Club in Johns Creek, Ga. The HTM Classic has become one of the premier golf events for the Atlanta technology community. There are still opportunities for sponsorship and participation. For more information about either event, contact Emily Wilson at Emily@hightechministries.org or 770-937-5902.
The 22nd annual High Tech Prayer Breakfast, featuring nationally recognized technology keynote speakers, is being held again at the Cobb Galleria on October 11. The HTPB is the largest (1600 attendees), recurring, invitation-only technology event in Alanta.
About High Tech Ministries
High Tech Ministries is a nonprofit organization that leads people into a life-changing personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It provides mentoring, programs, events and training in business environments. For more information, visit www.hightechministries.org.