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Avion President hosts the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) Annual holiday event at Cox Communications in Atlanta.

ABOUT GMSDC The Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) is the state of Georgia’s leading advocacy organization for small business development and supplier diversity. Our primary focus is simple – to certify Minority Business Enterprise firms, help them prepare to engage global supply chains, and then facilitate partnerships with corporations and governments in need of […]

Kanchana Raman continues on the TIA board for 2020.

Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) brings together communities of interest across — Technology, Government Affairs, Standards, and Business Performance — to shape solutions, facilitate programs, and provide products and services that enable high-speed networks and accelerate next-generation Information and Communications Technology (ICT) innovation across all markets.

Metro Atlanta Chamber – entrepreneurship as a career

Today at the Metro Atlanta Chamber, for the Georgia University Entrepreneurship Initiative ( which brings together collaboratively leaders and faculty in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Kanchana Raman spoke at the panel on “entrepreneurship as a career”, with 3 other vibrant entrepreneurs Karen Robinson Cope (Nanolumens) and Samir Patel (Thrive logistics). The topics covered included the WHEN […]

Kanchana Raman (blue blazer) interviews with Rose Scott of WABE radio for the youth entrepreneurship program TiE Young Entrepreneurs

Each year the Emory Entrepreneur Network honors and recognizes outstanding alumni entrepreneurs who excel in their fields by demonstrating the highest caliber of innovations. Eleven nominees were chosen in categories as varied as Business to Business, Media and Entertainment, and Healthcare. The eleven winners were honored last month, and going forward, EmoryWire will be introducing […]

Avion Networks President to moderate at Georgia Bio conference – A Unique Alternative to Traditional Funding

EB-5 was established in 1990 to encourage foreigner investment in the United States in the form of a capital investment to encourage economic growth and job creation in designated regions. Each investment of $500,000 in designated regions must create a minimum of 10 jobs in the community, but not necessarily in the company, through a […]