Thursday, January 24, 2019

Burnout Game Ventures creating team to make Orlando No. 1 for game development

When Rupert Meghnot sees new developments for digital interaction, he also sees big economic opportunities for Central Florida. The problem is that many local small video game studios don't have enough resources to...

Citrix layoff to affect 50 people in Fort Lauderdale

Citrix Systems said 50 people are losing their jobs in Fort Lauderdale as part of a reduction of 1,000 workers that the software maker announced on Tuesday. Workers are being notified this...

South Florida has robust demand for tech workers, ITPalooza survey says

A survey conducted as part of the annual ITPalooza technology event in Davie found strong hiring demand from South Florida CIOs. ITPalooza took place on Thursday at Nova Southeastern Universitywith over 2,000 people attending its speaker...

Thales expansion takes off: 500 new jobs in Central Florida

Thales USA, a tech company focused on airline in-flight entertainment systems, has added to its local expansion plans with a new announcement on the Space Coast. The firm is now saying it...

Why Volusia County wants to turn its UCF incubator into a tech hub

Volusia County's University of Central Florida Business Incubator is paying closer attention to the rapid growth of technology companies in Central Florida, but noticed that there may not be enough talent to fill...

Brevard’s next challenge in aerospace: develop workforce

Florida’s Space Coast has seen impressive growth in its aerospace and defense industries. The dark days after Atlantis’ final mission in 2011 have given way to a kind of renaissance at the...

Biotech company expands HQ, creates 160 jobs

KRS Global Biotechnology Inc. has expanded its Boca Raton headquarters by dozens of jobs and thousands of square feet, officials announced Wednesday. Executives from the pharmaceutical manufacturing and research company held a...

EA’s Daryl Holt: Lack of film incentives means fewer gaming jobs

July, the official end to Florida’s film incentive program, is approaching quickly. While the lack of funds will be a big blow to the local film industry and Florida’s ability to...

Scott questions Sanford Burnham move

Rick Scott's office sent a sharply worded letter to Sanford Burnham and UF on Friday, indicating the governor was kept in the dark and demanding answers about what their negotiations would mean for...

Software firm may bring office, jobs to Gainesville

A New Jersey software company is interested in opening a Gainesville office that over eight years could create 140 jobs paying an average annual wage of $55,000, according to applications for...
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