Friday, October 20, 2017

First class starts at FSU’s Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship

John Breed just couldn’t stay away. The former Florida State University entrepreneurship faculty member, a successful entrepreneur himself in the private sector, is back teaching at FSU after working the past year...

Facebook teams up with Wyncode, TheVentureCity and WM.Digital to launch Dev Circles in Miami

Last week, Facebook teamed up with Wyncode Academy, TheVentureCity and WM.Digital to launch the first Developer Circles in North America.

Trigaux: As Florida seeks top 10 status as best business state, red flag rises...

In the eternal quest to appeal more to business than other states, Florida's managed to haul itself out of some pretty mediocre years. After scoring an impressive 8 among 50 states...

High-tech magnet school is the next step for Osceola County’s NeoCity

Osceola's 500-acre tech campus NeoCity, slated to be a place for high-tech development, also will be a key location for STEM education. Don Fisher, Osceola County manager, confirmed to the Orlando Business...

Veterans can enroll in free UWF entrepreneurship program

After retiring from the Navy in 2013, Jason Szot followed through on a plan nearly two decades in the making: opening Szotski's Cheesecakes. "I would make cheesecakes a couple of times a year...

Local artists learn business skills at TEC Garage

Creative Pinellas and TEC Garage are collaborating on a program to help artists and creative professionals learn the entrepreneurial skills needed to be successful in today’s marketplace. Thanks to funding from Creative...

USF patents: Local scientists pursue innovations to make our lives better

University of South Florida researchers have found a way to help reduce waste associated with the U.S. production of natural gas. By simplifying the conversion of gas to liquid, methane gas...

Trigaux: Closing Iron Yard coding school hits area tech hard but leaders talk of...

The coming shutdown this fall of the Iron Yard software coding school in downtown St. Petersburg — announced this month as part of a national closing of all 15 Iron Yard...

Babson College plans to launch Miami campus for graduate programs

Babson College plans to announce Monday that it is expanding to Miami, where it will begin offering some of its top-ranked graduate programs in the fall of 2018. Babson’s newest hub, which...

The Iron Yard closing all code schools, including Orlando’s

A national coding school is closing all of its locations, including one in downtown Orlando. Leaders at The Iron Yard, a Greenvile, S.C.,-based company with 15 locations across the U.S., said in...
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