Thursday, September 19, 2019

Comcast Looking for Top Florida Startup, Entrepreneur

Comcast Business is looking for Florida’s most innovative startup companies and entrepreneurs to participate in its Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs competition. Current and aspiring business owners across Florida can enter the competition...

6 takeaways from Startup Grind talk by GasNinjas co-founder

Brandon Timinsky is CEO and co-founder at GasNinjas, a service that brings gas to your car, all at the ease of pressing a button on your phone. Brandon’s first business was a...

U.S. private space companies plan surge in launches this year

U.S. private space companies Space Exploration Technologies and United Launch Alliance, a partnership of Lockheed Martin and BoeingN>, have scheduled more than 30 launches from Florida this year, up from 18...

Mentor program aims to encourage high-tech entrepreneurs

Fusion Pointe is off to a running start with its mentoring program for high-tech entrepreneurs in Southwest Florida. The nonprofit group has accepted seven startups into its no-cost program. Other companies are...

Magic Leap lands $793.5 million in mega-funding round led by Alibaba

Magic Leap’s future is coming into focus, as a historic mega-round of funding could sharply accelerate its path to commercialization. The secretive South Florida technology company working on a computing platform that simulates...

Why Voxx International is willing to work with Orlando startups

Voxx International Corp. is officially operating in its new 115,000-square-foot facility in Lake Nona, and creating more than 300 jobs. But not only is the company making a splash with job creation,...

Startup Week to focus on creating tech community connections in Tampa Bay

The theme of Tampa Bay Startup Week 2016 is a simple one: Make connections. If one can develop contacts or network with new faces in between sessions on beer judging or...

South Florida augmented reality firm raises $800 million

A South Florida tech company announced Tuesday morning that it had raised nearly $800 million from investors to develop its augmented reality platform. Previously, Orlando-area tech experts had said that Magic Leap's...

South Florida tech company announces $793.5 million in new funding

Magic Leap on Tuesday announced $793.5 million in new funding led by Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group. The Dania Beach-based company, whose backers include Google and Qualcomm Ventures, a venture investment group of...

Accelerator grads now employ more than 100 in Orlando

Officials with Orlando's Starter Studio said last week that graduates have raised a combined $3 million and have employed more than 100 people since it opened its doors in 2013. The news comes...
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