Young Atlanta Tech Professionals Announce New Tech, Music, & Film Lab: Collab Studio ATL

Young Atlanta Tech Professionals Announce New Tech, Music, & Film Lab: Collab Studio ATL

In celebration of Black Business Month, Atlanta's most influential BIPOC content creators open new co-working space.

After a year and a half of meaningful dialogue and solutions within the creator community regarding racial disparities, content crediting, inclusion and equity; Collab Crew (formerly known as Collab Crib) has finally found the solution — being their own bosses. Just minutes away from downtown Atlanta, Collab Studio ATL is where the world's leading digital creators, platform innovators, creatives, and young entrepreneurs can thrive together in one place. It's the new place for GenZ and Millennial businesses to soar in a corporate environment with a twist and taste of young black culture. They are leveling the divide by collaboration.

This August during Black Business Month the studio will open to those with exclusive memberships. Collab Studio ATL will be a tech based one-stop-shop for content creators, HBCU students, and young entrepreneurs to achieve their business goals. This space will be a visual experience and hub of different tech focused businesses that will collaborate; providing services/resources to those who join. Members will be granted exclusive opportunities to a plethora of tech/creator based services (Including Publicity, Marketing, Content Development, Classes, and more). Opportunities for film production, photography, music production and more will be available via the studios' future Hollywood inspired sound stage, sets, and music studio.

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"We are champions" says Robert Dean III, Collab Studio ATL's CEO & Founder. "Our mission currently is getting these creators paid". The veteran content creator and founder of RobiiiWorld Studios is currently in full production of his new film 'Knock'. While being a content creator himself, he sees the importance of not just having a space to create but wants the creators' businesses to profit from the success of the collective. So often within the creator economy, black creators are working at a deficit. Having consistent resources and solutions for them to directly grow is why this studio is so important to Rob.

The creator collective Collab Crew are founding members and their businesses have the opportunity to individually thrive at the new office. This new tech lab startup will continue to ignite the energy for young entrepreneurs to push culture forward within the creator community, tech, and film industries.


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