In the News: Engage Continues Helping Successful Businesses

07/09/2019

Cox is one of 11 major corporate backers of Engage, a program we helped launched two years ago to help attract and retain forward-thinking technology startups in Atlanta. Since then, the $18 million fund has helped launch numerous successful businesses and is including more mature companies with each new cohort — companies that already have long client rosters and solid revenue figures.   

Daley Ervin, co-managing director or Engage, is proud of everything the program does for the companies they support. 

“Beyond the investment, Engage’s corporate partners give our startups ‘an unfair advantage,’ not only in terms of signing contracts, but also lending their industry expertise and networks to really help founders grow their companies,” said Daley. 

Hypepotamus recently checked in with some of the past startups in the program, like Bee Downtown and The Mom Project, and provided a quick look at the latest crop of participants in the Spring 2019 Engage Cohort. 

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