Monday, February 18, 2019

New report finds big bucks in taking great ideas from the classroom to the...

A new study released by a technology promotion institute found helping universities commercialize technology over the past four years had led to 1,144 new jobs and 39 new companies in Florida. The...

15 C. Fla. companies you should be watching and why

Being successful sometimes may come with a lot of baggage. While it can result in revenue gains, job creation and contributing to the economy, it also leads to the pressure of...

These projects may give glimpse at future of Osceola’s tech campus

The land surrounding Osceola County's future 100,000-square-foot high-tech facility is currently grass and dirt as far as the eye can see. But in a few years, that area could be a...

Former Lockheed exec named CEO for Osceola high-tech effort

The budding high-tech consortium in Osceola County known as ICAMR has named a new CEO, a recent executive with Lockheed Martin. The naming of a person with close ties to Lockheed is expected to boost...

EntreCon: Finding your place in business lifecycle

Change is hard, so do one thing at a time and do it well. To help business owners and entrepreneurs in the Pensacola metro area do that the University of West Florida’s...

Miami tech startups can now get free legal help from UM

A new program of the University of Miami School of Law will provide free legal services to startup entrepreneurs, that university said Wednesday. As part of a "practicum" named after local law giant Greenberg Traurig,...

Miami, Fort Lauderdale startups win statewide competition

Fort Lauderdale valet service and a Miami video-playlist company were named winners this week of a statewide startup competition. Enterprise Development Corp., which operates start-up incubators in South Florida, held its Emerging...

RedCap, Videoo rocket to top in ETBS competition, take home the big checks

South Florida tech startups are finding more opportunities to pitch their businesses – and perhaps take home some big checks. Twenty-four startups from around the state presented to a roomful of investors...

Miami law students to provide South Florida startups free legal services

Law students at the University of Miami School of Law will begin providing free legal services to entrepreneurs in January to help support South Florida’s booming entrepreneurship community. Through the Larry Hoffman|Greenberg Traurig Startup Law Practicum, Miami Law students will help...

Tech Bash to turn Marlins Park into a field of geeks Friday night

Gadgets and gamers and drones, oh my: Marlins Park will become a field of geeks Friday night as TigerDirect throws a Tech Bash for the community. The TigerDirect Tech Bash, now in its fourth year and...
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