Metro Atlanta holds a smorgasbord of eating establishments that feed billions of dollars to the local economy. Shifting trends and demographics compel chefs to deliver unique dining experiences. We examine the rise in new style dining concepts and hear from a pioneering restaurateur from the past.
There has been a change of taste over the past decade. More people want to eat food made with fresh ingredients, which has led to a surge in farming. In this segment, we look at how local farmers benefit from this return to healthy eating and we find out the process by which restaurants source their products.
It's often said restaurants suffer more failure rates than any other industry. We explore this topic and learn the factors restaurateurs face in their daily operations. Hear the interesting perspectives of what it takes to be keep afloat in a business where the line between profit and survival is razor thin.
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Kennesaw State University alumnus Keith Schroeder was recognized by AACSB International, the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, as one of the first 100 AACSB Influential Leaders during the award's inaugural year.
Each year, doctoral candidates from the KSU Doctor of Business Administration Program at Coles College of Business research and defend their dissertations before some of the top scholars in academia. This year, DBA candidate James Smith will raise the bar a bit higher.
Coles College of Business is welcoming a new center of excellence, aimed at fostering innovation in business and beyond.
Coles College of Business students are getting an inside look at some of Atlanta's top companies and access to high-level leaders through the college's All Access series.
Kennesaw State will offer a premier Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics‚ an interdisciplinary degree designed to address the growing demand within the health information technology sector.
Michael J. Coles College of Business Launches Business Hall of Fame
Michael J. Coles College of Business earns international accreditation held by only five percent of B-Schools
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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta expands footprint in Brookhaven, Underground Atlanta sale delayed and Chick-fil-A plans to open its first restaurant in Westside Atlanta.
Lon Fancher knows everyone wants everything fast these days. As COO of 1-800Courier he makes sure people get their deliveries in a flash. Learn how he and his business partner took a failing delivery business and turned into a nationwide success.
In honor of Atlanta's prestige as a popular convention destination, Patrick Crosby cites the events known to attract the largest number of attendees. He also presents forecast for local hotel industry.
Female trailblazers burn up the stage at the Women Who Mean Business Awards and nonprofit executives can learn how to become better at governing their boards.
Marta seeks billions for rail expansion, Turner Field redevelopment plans ramp up, and Atlanta unemployment rate falls to 5.7 %.
How does a former journalism major go from working in insurance to selling popsicles out of a cart? King of Pops Founder and CEO Steve Carse tells how creating an all-natural handcrafted dessert would ignite a devoted following.
Based on census numbers, metro Atlanta is the place to be. Patrick looks at population statistics and discovers how it all ties to the rebound in residential home sales.
Learn where cloud technology is headed and how it will impact the way we do business and find out about an awards program that brings the world to Atlanta.