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Blake Ellis

Innovate SAV: Showcasing Tech, Startups and Future Minded Teachers

Entrepreneurs, lovers of locally made products and anyone who cares about education will find tons to dig into this Friday at Innovate SAV, a one-day showcase of startups and technologies being built in Savannah.
Blake Ellis

Ellis: Gathering spots create tech, innovation hub for Savannah

I attended the Georgia Innovation Summit in Atlanta a few weeks ago and spent a lot of time talking to leaders from Macon, Augusta, Athens and Rome about stimulating entrepreneurship outside of Atlanta. One thing everyone agreed on is that innovation bubbles up from an active and engaged community, and there’s no better way to foster a community than to give people places to gather and collaborate.

ELLIS: Exercise your brain in 2017

With the New Year right around the corner, many of us are contemplating a few physical upgrades: eat better, exercise more, get to bed early. But in a world where your cellphone updates every few days, why not throw in a little routine brainwave stimulation?

Ellis: Get ready for January Geekend

Geekend is gearing back up and we’re ready to geek-out in 2017! This year’s conference takes place January 27-28, 2017 at The Guild Hall, located at 615 Montgomery Street in Savannah.

Creative Coast: It's time to connect and grow

At The Creative Coast, we’ve recently spent a lot of time outside, talking to our customers: creators, innovators, teachers, students, makers and business leaders. This “customer discovery” has helped us construct our own next generation product. We’ve always focused on creating and fostering connections between clever people, but we’re about to get a whole lot better at it.

Next steps at The Creative Coast

Change is afoot at The Creative Coast.

We’re starting a national search for a new executive director and we’re upgrading all of our initiatives, including the 16,000-square-foot Creator’s Foundry. We’re actively seeking input on these plans, and I’d like to frame the discussion by looking at some larger changes taking place in our community.