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Entrepreneurship in Georgia

Collage of images representing Georgia-based businesses.

The Entrepreneurship in Georgia virtual field trip takes students on an exploration of Georgia’s unique economy, guiding them through five of the state’s largest companies and explaining each firm’s inception and business history, including expansion, economic impact, charitable endeavors, and much more.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore Georgia’s unique economy and five large Georgia-based companies through video footage, photo galleries, and interactive maps.
  • Evaluate the influence of Georgia-based businesses on the state’s economic growth an development.
  • Analyze the approach of a company’s founder (or founders) to starting and expanding the business.
  • Examine the motivations that influence entrepreneurs to take risks
  • Engage in critical thinking with discussion questions that probe enduring understandings in social studies.

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