Cumberland-based Moore Colson announced that it has joined Digital Ignition, a technology and startup incubator in Alpharetta.

Digital Ignition offers tech entrepreneurs a place to create, develop, network and thrive. The incubator is focused on providing early-stage tech companies with a working environment that is conducive to innovation, sharing, flexibility and growth. Digital Ignition was first launched in 2016, as part of digital display company Convergent as a co-working space, but over the last year, officials have expanded the offerings beyond mere space to work to include attorney, accounting and other incubation services. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place on June 27, and was attended by Georgia’s Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan along with key members of the technology and business community.

Moore Colson is on-site at Digital Ignition on a regular basis assisting startups and established companies with free office hours for accounting-related support. The firm’s professionals are experts in the specialized financial reporting, tax and IT control requirements facing technology companies.

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