Monday, June 26, 2017

New Study Unveils Economic Impacts of Institute for Commercialization of Public Research

The Institute for Commercialization of Public Research (the Institute) announced today results of a new study conducted by The Washington Economics Group, Inc.® (WEG), a boutique economic consulting firm led by nationally recognized business economist...

7 from C. Fla. named finalists for EY Entrepreneur of the Year

Seven Central Florida businessmen have been named finalists for the 2016 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in areas...

Inside OrlandoiX: 4 reasons why your tech product won’t sell

When Orlando entrepreneur Eric Delise asked a full room of OrlandoiX attendees if they owned a startup, nearly everyone's hand shot in the air. When he asked how many of them had revenue,...

Bilbow: Programs like EEP keep Tallahassee moving forward

By now I think we all have heard that in 2016 Tallahassee was ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the Top 50 cities in the country for entrepreneurs. Only two...

Winter Park CEO is finalist for Florida entrepreneur award

Michael Connolly, CEO at Winter Park-based Sonobi, is a finalist in the technology category for Florida Entrepreneur of the Year awards given by Ernst & Young. Sonobi, which develops digital advertising technology,...

UF entrepreneurs honored at 2nd Annual Gator100 Awards

The University of Florida welcomed 57 new companies to the Gator100 family during the 2nd Annual Gator100 Awards today at UF’s Reitz Union Grand Ballroom. More than 500 guests attended the luncheon...

weVenture reflects on 2015 and what’s coming next year

For anyone running a business, a year can be a real time warp. The weeks and months pass by, you pedal faster and faster to get your goals accomplished, and before...

Orlando’s Solodev gets early boost from new Amazon service

An Orlando tech company is among the first 21 pushed by Amazon Web Services in a new offering that helps connect consumers with so-called “software as a service” businesses. The integration makes...

SWFL’s Budding Tech Scene: An Inside Look

A mention of Southwest Florida easily conjures up images of beaches that look like they were plucked from a postcard, pristine manicured golf courses, and penthouse hotels that house the rich...

Launch a new venture in 54 hours at Startup Weekend Miami

Jeff Brown hears new startup ideas all the time. He has even had would-be entrepreneurs approach him with their idea scrawled on a napkin.   What does Brown – a self-described serial entrepreneur...
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