Thursday, August 22, 2019

3 reasons why Orlando companies should attend world’s largest gaming event

A large group of game developers in Orlando want to represent Central Florida at the world's largest game industry event in San Francisco — a move that could give the city...

Mark Kingdon’s view from examining 1,500+ startup investments a year

Mark Kingdon is a three-time digital CEO, company founder, board member and tech startup investor. Throughout his career, he's transformed Fortune 500 companies and startups through digital marketing, customer acquisitions and...

FAU names new director for Adams Center for Entrepreneurship

Florida Atlantic University plans to add faculty in its entrepreneur center and expand research into family businesses under a new director. The Adams Center for Entrepreneurship outlined those plans in announcing that Roland...

Heads up, techies: Deadline to get into local accelerator programs approaching

Small tech firms near and far should keep an eye on a couple of fast-approaching deadlines for accelerator programs in Orlando. Starter Studio and VentureScaleUp currently are seeking applications to enter their...

The Miami Tech Scene Is Heating Up

Miami is a city of many traits. Historically recognized for the sun, beach and tourists of South Beach, it has now become much more than that. With one of the most diverse...

Glasses-free 3-D screens, cybersecurity and advanced simulation: Local tech leaders talk trends for 2016

Well, that’s it, folks: 2015 is done and 2016 is now in motion. Let the business begin. But before you speed off to land that newest customer or contract, or develop the...

In tech world, these events set the table for 2016

Though it's been an eventful year in Orlando tech, some of the biggest developments have merely laid the groundwork for 2016. A new fund, a new conference and a new effort to...

4 local women-led startups are semi-finalists in national SBA contest

Four local companies are semi-finalists in a national Small Business Administration competition for products and services that affect women and families. The startups in the InnovateHer competition are:

Clearwater-backed incubator works to boost businesses

On any given day in one of these cubicles, a business owner may be working on a medical smartphone app next to another entrepreneur tweaking a handmade invention. Conversations in this office...

Technology: What not to expect in 2016

Gazing into a crystal ball to predict the future is a mug’s game in the technology world. What you expect to happen often doesn’t come to pass, and what does happen...
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