ATLANTA, Aug. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlanta Tech Village (the Village), a progressive community hub that houses the largest coworking environment for emerging tech companies and tech startups in the Southeast, announces its partnership with Trevelino/Keller as its public relations and marketing agency of record. Trevelino/Keller will harness its expertise of the regional startup community to develop Atlanta Tech Village into one of the nation's most prominent emerging technology destinations.
Recognized as one of the fourth fastest growing firms in the U.S., Trevelino/Keller is often sought after by companies in need of a strategic partner that cuts across branding, marketing and public relations. Attracted to Trevelino/Keller's history of working with and launching startups as well as its veteran experience in the tech space, Atlanta Tech Village selected Trevelino/Keller based on a mutual goal of driving the economic success and technological development of Atlanta.
"Atlanta's startup community has the resources and support to be one of the leading tech hubs in the U.S. and our goal with Atlanta Tech Village is to turn our city into a hotspot for emerging technology companies," says Johnson Cook, Managing Director of Atlanta Tech Village. "With Trevelino/Keller by our side, we will continue to work to develop our community and foster the growth of our member companies."
Centrally located in Buckhead, Atlanta Tech Village has plans to renovate the iconic Ivy Place into a new haven for young Atlantan "techpreneurs." The complex, which will be complete by spring 2014, is specifically geared towards fostering creative dialogue amongst the Southeast's top tech minds. Through its partnership with Trevelino/Keller, Atlanta Tech Village dually seeks to attract tech-centric investors and encourage member proliferation.
"Given Trevelino/Keller's expertise in the tech sector and the timely launch of Groovy Studios and Start-opia, our collaborative ventures aimed at supporting startups and entrepreneurs, Atlanta Tech Village is a natural alliance," says Genna Keller, Principal at Trevelino/Keller. "The Village's contributions to the Atlanta community will be invaluable and we are eager and excited to work with the newest generation of innovators in our city as they grow into the next titans of tech."
About Atlanta Tech Village
The Atlanta Tech Village (the Village) is a community of tech innovation powered by a 103,000 square foot office building in the heart of Buckhead dedicated to fostering the growth of new, disruptive technological startups. Rich with community, amenities, and programs, the Village serves as a playground for startups and scalable tech companies in the Atlanta area. As one of the fastest growing technology incubators and co-working communities in the southeast, the Village is dedicated to fostering innovation, encouraging collaboration and driving economic development in the Atlanta community and beyond.
Headquartered in Atlanta with a presence in Washington, DC and Charleston, SC, Trevelino/Keller specializes in public relations, social media and brand marketing. Recognized as one of the 30 best firms to work for in North America, Trevelino/Keller is sought after by companies in Technology, Corporate, Lifestyle, GreenWorks, Franchising and Health. The firm's Atlas Alliance offers international support in markets throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
Trevelino/Keller's commitment to the startup community began with its launch of The Start-up Council in 2006 and expands with the launches of Groovy-Studios and Start-Opia, a portal connecting startups, capitalists and service firms. Groovy's partners include Bchord, Luxeve Media and Digital Shake.