Who We Are

The Gwinnett Innovation Park is sponsored by Intelligent Systems Corporation, a pioneering
technology company founded and located in Gwinnett County for over thirty years.  Intelligent Systems
(AMEX: INS) is proud to sponsor the Gwinnett Innovation Park to encourage a unique community of
entrepreneurs, to help Gwinnett County and Georgia attract and grow new businesses and to give
back to the local community which has been home to the company and its employees for many years.

Gwinnett Innovation Park companies have access to office & manufacturing space, telecommunication
and network infrastructure, a community of entrepreneurs, business advice and planning, a network of
professional services, "just-in-time advice" and financial capital. Depending upon their needs, client
companies will choose to use all or some of the available resources.

Our facility helps entrepreneurs succeed because they can:

  • have an affordable, "instant office" and a short-term lease  
  • focus on business development without infrastructure hassles  
  • access business expertise of Intelligent Systems executives at no extra charge  
  • capitalize on networking and peer CEO interaction  
  • enhance their business image with a professional facility and conference rooms  
  • improve cash flow with affordable lease terms and shared resources  
  • access potential financial partners  


Founded more than 20 years ago, the Gwinnett Innovation Park, located in Gwinnett County in a
suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, is the longest running, privately funded facility of its kind in the country. In a
recent independent industry survey of domestic U.S. incubators, the Gwinnett Innovation Park was
ranked as a Top Ten Technology Incubator. We have been honored with twice  the "Incubator Client of
the Year" award by the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA). Our executive director,
Bonnie Herron, is past chair of the NBIA, a two term member of the board of directors of NBIA and the
first representative from a private incubator to be elected to NBIA’s board of directors. She co-chaired
the International Conference on Business Incubation in Atlanta.
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