Technology Association of Georgia Marketing Society Names Don McDonnell To Planning Board

ATLANTA, March 1, 2007—The McDonnell Group, Inc. (TMG) announced today that managing director Don McDonnell has been named a member of the planning board of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Marketing Society.

Founded in 2005, TMG provides strategy advisory, business development, and communications services to business-to-business technology companies. TMG specializes in energy technology, healthcare, and wireless B2B technology and offers programs that include equity investment in start-ups.

TMG’s team of marketing and strategy professionals and its partners serve several Georgia-based customer portfolio companies including Advanced Control Systems, Cellnet Technology, Deposco, Stratix, Turnpoint Solutions, and Utility Associates.

As part of its community outreach efforts, TMG supports TAG programs that advance the marketing society’s mission to help marketing professionals create value for their companies. TAG offers programs that present the latest marketing techniques and tools using the insight of technology marketing peers. TMG is also a foundational sponsor of The Goshen Valley Classic (www.goshenvalleyclassic.org), an executive charity golf event that provides financial support to The Goshen Valley Boys Ranch located in Cherokee County Georgia. The second annual classic will be held October 9, 2007 at the Atlanta National Golf Club in Alpharetta.

Don McDonnell remarked, “I’m honored by this board invitation and by the chance to serve my technology marketing peers through support of the TAG Marketing society. Technology is a driving force in the Georgia economy, and TAG delivers key programs that help set Georgia apart as a great place to locate and grow technology ventures. We appreciate the chance to contribute to this effort.”

About The Technology Association of Georgia (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. Founded in 1999 through the merger of the Business & Technology Alliance (B&TA), the Southeastern Software Association (SSA) and Women in Technology (WIT), TAG is one of the largest state technology associations in the nation. TAG is made up of 2,400 members representing technology leaders from over 1500 Georgia-based companies, affiliated technology and business organizations. For more information or to join, visit www.tagonline.org.

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