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June 2008: Technology Association of Georgia Names Herndon to Consulting Society Board

Atlanta, GA (June 20, 2008) - The Technology of Association of Georgia (TAG) has appointed Keith Herndon to serve as a board member for its Consulting Society.

Herndon, president of Atlanta-based Internet Decisions, LLC, will assist the Consulting Society in seeking sponsorships and its programming activities.

"The TAG Consulting Society provides its members with exposure to information and ideas that help them enhance their knowledge and expertise. It is an exceptional networking forum that generates exposure to new business and partnership opportunities," Herndon said. "I look forward to working with my colleagues on the board to continue the good work of this Society."

Herndon's firm specializes in primary intelligence gathering for competitive intelligence and market research. It also engages strategic planning activities and counts numerous technology firms among its clients. Herndon is a former business writer and editor at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and held several executive posts before starting Internet Decisions. He was President of a business incubator, Vice President of Planning and Product development at Cox Interactive Media and Director of Operations at Cox Radio Interactive. Herndon was deeply involved in the Cox corporate venture activity, conducting business and technical diligence. He served on the board of directors of a Cox investment recipient and was a board adviser to other investment recipients. Innovations Publishing LLC has published two books by Herndon that are compilations of expert interviews. The first, "Raising Capital When You Don't Have a Silicon Valley Address," was released in October 2007. His second book, "Entrepreneurs and Innovation: Creating Value with Emerging Technologies," is due in October 2008. For more information, please visit

About TAG

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support its members by generating opportunities for personal, professional and business growth. By forging strategic alliances, TAG serves as a primary catalyst to foster a rich environment for economic development in Georgia's technology community. TAG is made up of 5500 members representing technology leaders from over 1500 Georgia-based companies, affiliated technology and business organizations. For more information on TAG, visit

About TAG Consulting

The TAG Consulting Society strives to: Promote excellence in consulting; Promote the value of technology consulting to Georgia industries and the community at large; Foster open communication, education and mentoring among consultants and the organizations who use them; Provide the leadership that encourages the interaction that leads the way in emerging technologies; Provide opportunities for personal and professional growth; Continually develop a set of "Best Practices" for technology consulting; and Establish a Code of Ethics for consultants. We encourage a broad range of members from independent consultants through the mid market to large consulting organizations. We also welcome clients who depend on consultants for their direction and support. For more information on the TAG Consulting Society, visit