All roads lead to Atlanta.
Founded in 1837 as the end of the Western and Atlantic railroad line, Atlanta quickly became the hub for multiple railroads, bringing people together from across the United States. So, it’s fitting that 185 years later the city will unite HR leaders on track to change the future of work. Ready to get on board? Join us in Atlanta.
City in the forest
With the densest urban tree coverage in the United States, Atlanta is known for its lush green spaces and popular rail-trails. See for yourself with a relaxing stroll down the Atlanta Beltway.
City of social justice
In the 1960s, Atlanta was a major center of the civil rights movement with Martin Luther King, Jr. and other leaders fighting back against discrimination and segregation. Be inspired with a visit to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic District.
City on the rise
This fast-growing city is a hub of commerce with a significant concentration of Fortune 500 companies and one of the busiest airports in the world. (Killing time at the airport? Check out One Flew South – it’s consistently ranked as one of the best airport restaurants in the world.)
City of joy
In the Centennial Park District, you’ll find delicious restaurants, chill lounges, and even a milkshake bar. Walkable and fun, there’s something to intrigue even the most seasoned conferencegoer.
The Georgia World Congress Center
In the heart of downtown Atlanta – just steps from Centennial Olympic Park – sits the Georgia World Congress Center. The world’s largest LEED-certified convention center, the Georgia World Congress Center hosts hundreds of world-class events each year. Featuring dynamic spaces and beautifully landscaped outdoor plazas, the venue is the ideal destination for Workhuman Live’s triumphant return.Learn more
Got free time?
If you arrive early or have a little spare time …
• Visit the world’s largest aquarium
• Ride the 200-foot Ferris wheel
• Sample Coca-Cola flavors at the World of Coca-Cola
• Catch a game at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium or State Farm Arena
• Ride the Peachtree Trolley