About the Supply Chain Vertical

ATDC’s Supply Chain vertical coaches, connects, and creates community for early-stage companies focused on solutions for the global supply chain. Launched in 2022 it is sponsored by The Home Depot. Pain in the global supply presents opportunity for disruption and ATDC is on the lookout for early-stage Supply Chain companies solving this pain. Companies eligible for ATDC have 1.5 FTEs (one must be full-time), are based in Georgia and have, or are developing, proprietary technology.

Georgia is a global hub for Supply Chain: from Georgia Ports; to the world’s busiest airport; our extensive rail system; inland ports; major interstates; and proximity to population centers. Our state is leading the transformation of Supply Chain and the next great Supply Chain startups. If you have an early-stage Supply Chain startup we want to hear from you.

As sponsor of our Supply Chain vertical The Home Depot expands Its commitment to ATDC and Georgia startups as part of a broader mission to embrace new solutions and support startup founders.

About the Catalyst

A U.S. Army veteran, Alex is co-founder of two supply chain companies and has worked at startups since leaving active duty. He co-founded Kanga which was an ATDC Portfolio company until its acquisition by GEODIS. ​

An optimist and a capitalist, he believes the state of Georgia’s commitment to startups is a key component of our thriving economy. You can reach him here.