The Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia today announced I. Sigmund “Sig” Mosley, Jr., president of Imlay Investments, as the 2007 inductee. The award ceremony is set to take place at the Technology Association of Georgia’s annual Georgia Technology Summit on Feb. 27.
In 1990, Sig Mosley joined Imlay Investments, a private investment firm that provides funding for early stage technology companies. Since then, he has been involved with over 50 start-up companies and serves on the board of directors of 10 private companies.
Mosley joins the ranks of other distinguished technology leaders who have been instrumental in creating Georgia’s high tech community. Previous inductees include Zell Miller, former Georgia governor and United States senator, and Tom Noonan, co-founder of Internet Security Systems.
“Sig is a significant contributor to our State’s growing technology community – as a great supporter and friend of TAG, we are honored that the Hall of Fame award will be presented at this year’s Georgia Technology Summit,” said Tino Mantella, president of the Technology Association of Georgia. “We appreciate the support of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Georgia Tech, who have had a historic and significant role in sponsoring the Hall of Fame since the beginning,” said Mantella.
The Technology Association of Georgia’s 2008 Georgia Technology Summit will take place on February 27 at the Cobb Galleria in metro Atlanta from 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. The theme of this year’s event is “Innovation in Transformation,” bringing together Georgia’s best and brightest to share the insights of the nation’s top authorities as they present advanced thinking in dynamic, entertaining and awakening presentations.
For more information on the 2008 Georgia Technology Summit, please visit http://www.tagonline.org/georgia-technology-summit.php.
About the Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia
The Technology Hall of Fame of Georgia was established in 1993 to recognize the achievements of outstanding members of Georgia’s technology community. Hall of Fame inductees have helped shape the development of technology and industry in Georgia, and each has had a significant impact on the State. These pioneers and innovators have played diverse roles – inventors, engineers, entrepreneurs, investors, and government leaders – and represent a spectrum of Georgia industries. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP is proud to sponsor this annual event since 1995.
About the Georgia Technology Summit
The Technology Association of Georgia’s annual Georgia Technology Summit unites leaders in the technology industry from all over the south. Expected to draw over 800 attendees, the Georgia Technology Summit will play host to Don Tapscott, author of “Wikinomics,” Michael Gelb, author of “Innovate Like Edison” and Georgia Technology Hall of Fame inductee, Sig Mosley.
The Summit will also showcase the State’s next wave of industry innovators known as the “Georgia Top 40 Innovative Companies.” Be the first to discover who is awarded the highly coveted recognition of “Top 10” in all of Georgia, as chosen companies are given the opportunity to introduce their innovations to several hundred C-level execs, VIPs, leading academia, top government officials and peers from across the technology community.