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State cuts off funding for S. Florida biotech center

The state has cut off incentive funding slated to go to a South Florida biotech center lured to the state a decade ago because of failure to meet job-creation goals over...

Kissimmee’s high-tech BRIDG partners up with New York university

new partnership for an Osceola County-based high-tech research facility could lead to more money. In a release announcing a new partnership for BRIDG near Kissimmee, one of the main benefits touted was...

Chris Hart named new President and CEO of Enterprise Florida

Today, Governor Rick Scott released the following statement on Chris Hart being named the new President and CEO of Enterprise Florida. “I am proud that Chris Hart has been selected as the...

Exclusive: Arrow Sky Media CEO on creating ‘upward of 300 jobs’

In addition to creating the jobs, Arrow Sky Media will take up 45,000 to 60,000 square feet of space as an anchor tenant inside Creative Village's planned office building once it's...

Tampa technology company relocating to downtown, adding jobs

Nitro Mobile Solutions, a software, technology and consulting firm, is moving from New Tampa to downtown Tampa, tripling its space and adding 35 new jobs by 2018. Nitro will add jobs...

Osceola high-tech research center on target for late March debut

The $71 million Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center near Kissimmee is set to open at the end of March, one of the most ambitious construction projects in recent Central Florida history. The...

Enterprise Florida executive board recommends nearly $6M in cuts, including jobs

The executive board that governs Enterprise Florida voted unanimously Thursday to cut nearly $6 million from the agency’s spending, including terminating contracts, closing offices across the world and slashing 26 jobs. The...

The next tech mecca: An inside look at Osceola County’s NeoCity mixed-use campus

When Chester Kennedy looks out of a large glass window on the second floor of the $75 million Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, he doesn’t just see vast grassy fields with...

Sanford Burnham scientific director leaving in August

Sanford Burnham’s founding scientific director Dr. Daniel Kelly has accepted a job at the University of Pennsylvania and will leave in August, the institute announced Friday. No immediate replacements for Kelly were announced, but the...

Enterprise Florida should cut 27 positions, financial review finds

Enterprise Florida, the agency that creates jobs for the state, would need to slash 27 positions from its own budget in order to achieve $6 million in savings requested by Gov....
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