Saturday, February 22, 2020

USF Center for Entrepreneurship ranks alongside Harvard for graduate program

A University of South Florida business program is the No. 1 graduate program in the Southeast United States, according to an industry magazine. Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review also ranked USF’s Center for Entrepreneurship...

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.

Industrial design experts bringing vision to life: Miami College of Design in Wynwood

Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, already a hub for artists, technologists and other creatives, will soon be the home of the new Miami College of Design. It's the vision of Walter Bender and Franco...

FIEA, Full Sail land on Princeton Review video game school list

New rankings from Princeton Review indicate that there are few places better to learn how to build a video game than Central Florida. The publication released its yearly look at the industry and...

Boca coding school ‘gateway to technology field’

Tangy Frederick was headed in a different direction, but once she took a class in information technology she was hooked. So she enrolled in TechKnowledgy² Academy in Boca Raton, a 10-week course she...

How businesses benefit when part of an innovative community

There’s tremendous buzz these days about innovation. Large companies try to kick-start sales with new state-of-the-art products, competing against startup businesses introducing truly groundbreaking offerings. Often, the big companies swallow the...

A record-breaking year for moving UF technologies to market

he University of Florida’s Office of Technology Licensing signed a record 122 licenses and options and launched 17 startup companies in fiscal year 2015-16, topping last year’s total of 85 licenses...

Florida Venture Forum Announces Top Three Winners of 2016 Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition

The Florida Venture Forum is pleased to announce the three winners of the 6th annual 2016 Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition, held at the Hilton Carillon in St. Petersburg on May...

$75,000 grant to support LGBTQ+ in STEM training at science center

A $75,000 grant received by the Orlando Science Center and Zebra Coalition will result in a new program that will prepare lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students for careers in science,...

FIU unveils its new Tech Station

With a ribbon-cutting and an open house with executives from South Florida’s largest technology companies and promising startups, Florida International University inaugurated its $3 million Tech Station on Wednesday. The new 8,000-square-foot...
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