Friday, October 20, 2017

Orlando fintech firm Abe.ai lands spot with high-profile accelerator

A local financial tech firm may have just started last year, but it's already gotten into a high-profile accelerator program that only chooses the most promising startups in the industry. Abe.ai, an...

A health system bets big on Miami’s future in health-tech

Daniel Silberman runs Miami-based startup Mediconecta, the largest telemedicine provider in Latin America. It is also eying the U.S. Hispanic marketplace. Juan Pablo Segura founded Babyscripts to provide a new way of...

Why Orlando is ripe for transportation mobile apps

A California-made app that allows users to pay tolls via smartphone is proving why Central Florida is among the best places to launch mobile technology for transportation. "Central Florida is a unique...

3 questions with Lockheed Martin exec about tech talent in Central Florida

If anyone knows about the importance of having a strong future-workforce pool, it's Lockheed Martin Corp. The company, which has more than 7,000 employees in Central Florida, relies on the graduates Florida universities are...

This Orlando tech firm is hiring — and it may help your biz find...

An Orlando-based business intelligence and data integration consulting firm is seeing big growth as it launches a new tech platform — and it plans to hire dozens of additional workers this...

Tech startups, space take off on hopeful year for Central Florida

A tech startup scene that has a new leader and a space industry with new facilities set to open this year will mean Central Florida's tech landscape should be significantly changed...

Osceola high-tech center plans new branding, name

109,000-square-foot sensor-research plant coming up in the Kissimmee area intends to head off some confusion about its name. Leaders at the facility, referred to alternately as the International Consortium of Advanced Manufacturing...

Tech events may be key for Orlando firms to find fresh talent

Finding top talent is a challenge for large companies, especially in the technology field. That’s because experienced workers are being hired so quickly due to IT demand and software development specialists...

Carnival Cruise Lines wearable device had help from Orlando tech

If you have a Carnival cruise planned for late this year, be prepared for a new wearable device that can automatically open your cabin door, pay for merchandise or get food...

Unicorn startup bulks up creative efforts with new executive

"Unicorn" startup JetSmarter (valued at over $1 billion) has hired advertising veteran Matthew Atkatz as VP, executive creative director. Atkatz previously worked in creative functions, from advertising and marketing, at established agencies such as 72andSunny, Wieden...
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