FRQNCY on Fire: Atlanta Inno names FRQNCY to its 2020 “50 on Fire” list

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Here at FRQNCY Media, we think we’re pretty hot. And apparently, Atlanta Inno thinks so, too. 

For the second year in a row, the digital media platform has published its “50 on Fire” list, featuring high-growth companies that are crushing it in Atlanta. This year, under the category “Hotspaces”, you’ll find us, which we think is pretty awesome. 

Since February 2018, Atlanta Inno has been covering and connecting the Atlanta ecosystem, producing digital media and events about the companies and people that are shaping the present and future of the city’s economy. 

The list celebrates entrepreneurs and startups making waves in the local system and the banner years they had in 2019, with accomplishments ranging from new funding and product launches to hot hires and innovative approaches to solving problems.

FRQNCY is joined on the list by notable companies such as Mailchimp, gusto!, Atlanta Tech Village, Invest Atlanta, and Axis Replay. 

All of the 2020 honorees will be recognized on August 6 during Atlanta Inno’s “50 on Fire” virtual event. To watch with us, RSVP here

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