Invest Georgia getting another $10M allocation

The state budget that takes effect July 1 earmarks another $10 million for Invest Georgia, the state-run venture capital fund.

That brings the state's investment to $40 million since the General Assembly created Invest Georgia in 2013 to boost support for Georgia-based growth and early-stage companies.

"Invest Georgia furthers one of my top priorities as governor: building Georgia's reputation as the best place to start and grow a business so that every Georgian who wants a good job can get a good…

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