Monday, July 22, 2019

WeVenture unveils 3 initiatives to make Orlando No. 1 for women entrepreneurs

Orlando's women's entrepreneur center on Thursday unveiled three ways to boost Central Florida as the top spot for women to start and grow their companies — and a lot of it...

Stay and fight! Orlando entreprenuers talk tech scene growth

Improving Orlando's tech scene is a hot topic as city and business leaders often review strategies to attract more talent and major companies. While small startups have more than a few rough...

Small tech firms to get help reaching larger potential partners

An Orlando entrepreneur wants to bridge the gap between small tech startups and more-established companies here. Carlos Carbonell, CEO of the app development company Echo Interaction Group, has created a January event...

Miami Techweek: uberPITCH, LAUNCH winners are…

Rokk3r Labs and Uber South Florida teamed up to bring UberPITCH to Miami during Miami Tech Week – delivering potential investors on-demand to participating entrepreneurs through the Uber app. From the pitches that...

&A: Miami entrepreneur bets big on social media with dream-sharing platform

Miami-based startup DreamsCloud closed out the third quarter strong, raising $2 million in seed funding for its namesake social media outlet. As its moniker suggests, DreamsCloud invites its users to share their...

Travel startup plans growth

Orlando-based tech company Zentila has plans to stay in Orlando and grow after being acquired, said company founder Mike Mason. The company, now owned by Connecticut-based software company etouches, makes a software...

Tampa’s tech community makes connections during Startup Week

If the 2nd Annual Tampa Bay Startup Week is any indication, it appears the region’s emerging tech community is starting to grow its footprint. More than 1,200 are expected to participate in...

Orlando tech entrepreneurs come back for the ‘thrill’

Gregg Pollack has experience as an entrepreneur. The 40-year-old Orlando resident started his first business just after college and he has since built and sold multiple educational technology companies. Read more here.

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...

Study: Big businesses get lion’s share of Florida’s tax credits

Nearly every dollar spent on one of Florida's largest jobs programs is given to large, often out-of-state companies, a new study says, bolstering concerns from the state's top economist that more...
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