David Cummings is Inducted into the Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia
David Cummings Inducted into TAG Hall of Fame
David Cummings is also the founder of Atlanta Tech Village, and other startups including Terminus, Salesloft, Calendly and Pardot. PwC (a Hall of Fame sponsor since its inception) originally made the announcement stating “David is an innovative entrepreneur who has supported many in the Atlanta community with his business ventures.” David now sits along the ranking of a long list of visionaries, including: Georgia Gov. Zell Miller, technology industry icon Tom Noonan and CNN founder Ted Turner.
Davis is “humbled and honored” to be inducted into the Technology Hall of Fame. “Georgia’s had such an incredible impact on my life and entrepreneurial journey, helping grow our tech startup community has been the highlight of my career.”
David Cummings was honored at the Technology Association of Georgia’s The Summit event on March 4, 2020 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta.
Since beginning in 1993, each year an inductee is chosen by the current Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia members from a slate of nominees, in recognition of his or her contributions to the industry and impact on the state. Potential nominees are selected based on an individual's impact on the technology industry in the state of Georgia, such as establishing and growing successful technology companies and organizations, job creation and economic impact, developing breakthrough technologies, innovation and entrepreneurship, etc.
Please join us in congratulating David for an incredible accomplishment.
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