|🏡 Residence||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
|🎓 Alma mater||Duke University|
Entrepreneur, Atlanta Ventures, Co-Founder, Atlanta Tech Village, Co-Founder Pardot, Co-Founder Hannon Hill
David Cummings is an American entrepreneur and Co-Founder of the Atlanta Tech Village, the 4th largest tech space in the U.S. He created the space after selling his company Pardot for $95 million to ExactTarget.   He also is the co-founder and investor in several Atlanta-based startups. The Atlanta Business Chronicle named David one of the 100 most influential Atlantans and Atlanta Magazine named David one of the 55 Most Powerful Atlantans.   He graduated from Duke University and has an honorary doctorate from Mercer University.
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