"Business Got What It Wanted From General Assembly," Atlanta Business Chronicle
The Atlanta Business Chronicle interviewed Julian A. Fortuna for its article, “Business Got What It Wanted From General Assembly.” The article takes a closer look at what lawmakers passed during the 2015 General Assembly session, including tax incentives, transportation project funding, and other laws impacting local businesses. Noted by Mr. Fortuna was the creation of Invest Georgia, a state-run venture capital fund authorized to sell up to $55 million in insurance premium tax credits. He suggests that a lot companies that started in Georgia have moved elsewhere, and Invest Georgia will help tech companies and other start-ups keep their roots in the state. Read the full article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.