Which kind of entity should you be?
The brewery at the helm of Apalachicola's rising craft-beer operations.
A local business that is growing beyond the capital city.
Capitalizing on the commercial market for the cannonball jellyfish
Hopes pinned on Georgia vineyard are bearing fruit
Bringing 3D printing to the people
Builder of Cape Horn boats expects major growth in new manufacturing facility
Generating products worth $25 million in annual sales.
Fully 10 percent of visitors to South Walton County are from the Atlanta market.
Together, they started their careers at an agency in Atlanta, she on the public relations side of the house, he on the advertising side. But Carrie and Curtis Zimmerman found that the demands of work and metropolitan living left them with little time to spend with their two small children. So it was that, after considering a few alternatives, they moved to Carrie’s hometown of Tallahassee, not intending to start a business, but to enjoy parenthood and be close to family. Almost immediately, however, businesses with whom the Zimmermans had worked in Atlanta sought them out and an agency was born. Today, that agency employs 164 people and has an international clientele and annual billings of $160 million.