Conference Speaker in Atlanta, Georgia
Patrick Schwerdtfeger is a motivational keynote speaker who has spoken at various Atlanta-based events for small business owners, including events sponsored by Bloomberg TV and Comcast Cable. He speaks about online marketing and the use of social media to promote businesses. As an author and professional speaker, Patrick specializes in innovative small business marketing, business trends and self-employment. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. So if you’re planning an event at World Congress Center, the Georgia International Convention Center, the Emory Conference Center Hotel or any of the other meeting facilities in Atlanta, Georgia, Patrick can deliver the buzz and excitement you’re looking for.
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Atlanta Food Choices for Conference Attendees
If you’re visiting Atlanta, to attend a business convention, you might want to check out a few of the local hot spots while you’re in town. Bones in Buckhead (404-237-2663) is an awesome steakhouse in one of the cities most dynamic neighborhoods. Brick Store Pub in Decatur (404-687-0990) is a traditional American pub and brewery. Two Urban Licks in Poncey-Highland (404-522-4622) is a fun bar with wine on tap and homemade infused cocktails. Ecco in Midtown (404-347-9555) is a classy but trendy spot that offers modern European food without being too expensive. And finally, Murphy’s in Virginia Highland (404-872-0904) is great for breakfast and brunch. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for America.
Atlanta Attractions for Convention Delegates
Before or after the conference, there are a number of sites worth visiting while in Atlanta. Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site is a great place to start, offering enormous historical significance to it’s visitors. The Fox Theatre on Peachtree Street Northeast is another popular attraction, boasting the “Mighty Mo” classic Moller organ (with over 3,600 pipes) and a recently-restored 1920s gilded look. Other famous attractions include the New World of Coca-Cola (Coke is based in Atlanta), the Inside CNN Studio Tour at the CNN Center (another Atlanta-based corporation) and the Georgia Aquarium (the largest in the world with over 8 million gallons of water).
General Information About Atlanta, Georgia, for Meeting Planners
Atlanta is the capital city of the state of Georgia and is also its largest city. The greater Atlanta area is home to over 5 million people, making it the 9th largest metropolitan area in the country. The city played a major role in the civil rights movement and is known as the center of black culture, wealth and power. The city rose to international prominence when it hosted the Summer Olympics in 1996 and now has an economy that ranks 15th among world cities.