Posts tagged with "technology"

Perfect fit: Decatur man wants to take guesswork out of online clothes shopping

Posted by Dena Mellick August 19, 2015

By Dena Mellick, Associate editor A company that has its roots in Decatur is hoping to change the way clothes are purchased online – and more importantly, prevent them from being returned. Greg Vilines started Fittery.com out of his Oakhurst home with business partner Catherine Iger. The two met working at AutoTrader and soon found […]

Atlanta-based tech company launches local food app at Wylde Center on Tuesday

Posted by Dena Mellick July 13, 2015

By Dena Mellick, Associate editor An Atlanta technology company has chosen Decatur’s Wylde Center as the location for the launch of its hyperlocal food app. Local Roots, headquartered in Buckhead’s Atlanta Tech Village, connects home gardeners and small business owners to customers who want to eat local food. “It is a way for buyers and […]

Decatur tech company vies for national grant

Posted by Dena Mellick June 16, 2015

By Dena Mellick, Associate editor A growing Decatur technology company is asking for some hometown help to win a small business grant contest. Gradschoolmatch.com applied for a $100,000 Chase Bank Mission Main Street grant. TJ Murphy, co-founder of Gradschoolmatch, said the Decatur company needs 250 votes from Facebook users by Friday, to be considered by […]

Atlanta company shows off wearable fitness technology at Las Vegas expo

Posted by Decaturish.com January 8, 2015

By Dena Mellick, contributor Las Vegas – An array of wearable fitness devices was unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week, just in time for all the get-healthy New Year’s resolutions. Decaturish attended this year’s CES event and spoke with an Atlanta company that is working to make a […]

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