Monday, September 16, 2019

Brevard County companies compete for engineers

It's good time to be an engineer in Brevard County. Harris Corp. is looking to hire at least 300 workers at its Technology Center in Palm Bay. In Melbourne, Northrop Grumman is quickly ramping...

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...

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...

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...

UM graduate and team win ‘Code for Hillary’ hackathon

Hillary Clinton’s campaign hosted the first ever hackathon for a presidential candidate Saturday at the Impact Hub San Francisco. “Code for Hillary” brought together top technology talent from around the country...

1Q 16 VenturePitch SWFL announces judges

Tamiami Angel Fund II has announced the judges for the 2016 first quarter VenturePitch SWFL. Scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m. at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida in Naples,...

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...

Tech firm Thales confirms Orlando expansion, hundreds of new jobs to come

It's official: Thales USA Inc. is expanding its firm in Brevard and Orange counties‚ and it's creating many more jobs than originally anticipated. Thales will create 500 new jobs in Central Florida — 327...

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...

Orlando Tech Week bringing thousands to downtown Orlando

Hold on to your laptops, smart devices and geeky glasses, Orlando: The city's tech-focused extravaganza is coming back, and local businesses ought to be interested. Orlando Tech Week, created and hosted by Orlando...
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