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(L-R) Maria Gibbs, Scott Hutterman, Dr., Loren Murfield, and Jared Kohn at 1 Million Cups in Tampa.

1 Million Cups: Meet local doers tackling opportunities in the global marketplace

Pitch your business concept and get constructive criticism among friends and neighbors at 1 Million Cups Tampa.

Tommy Richardson, SVP and Chief Technology Officer of Nextech

Learn the secret sauce for Tampa Bay Area tech leader

As the Tampa Bay Area tech community prepares to gather for the annual Tampa Bay Tech Awards, Nextech's SVP and CTO Tommy Richardson shares insights into what makes his company successful.

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WEDU adds 2 new channels, all-day PBS KIDS

With the addition of two new channels and popular programs like "Doc Martin'' and "Father Brown,'' WEDU becomes one of the first stations in the country offering six channels.

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Tech meets hospitality at Tampa Bay Hackathon

From multibillion dollar investments by Jeff Vinik, Strategic Property Partners and Cascade Investment LCC to the growing number of tech startups, the local entrepreneurial ecosystem is rapidly unlocking its potential.

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Why should Amazon pick the Tampa Bay Area for its new HQ?

As Amazon looks to the future and where to strategically position itself for growth, Tampa Bay Area community leaders suggest why it makes sense to be here.

Cyber security

Local cybersecurity concerns grow along with attacks

Florida ranks among the top states in the nation for the number of Internet crime victims. Here’s what you need to know to better protect yourself.

John Kuhn, an Associate Professor for  the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering

USF patents: Local scientists pursue innovations to make our lives better

How does research being done at USF in Tampa matter to you and your family? See the progress professors and students are making in converting waste to energy, and to prevent and treat strokes, Alzheimer’s disease, paralysis and more.

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Where to get fastest internet speed? Try Connected City in Pasco County

The Connected City, between Wesley Chapel and San Antonio in Pasco County, is designed to include 37,000 homes and 12 million square feet of commercial space, along with a wellness district and an education center in partnership with Saint Leo University.

Innovation Fusion at FIBA

Innovation Fusion showcases local talent, global diversity in Tampa

The Tampa Bay Area has the talent and raw materials to succeed in the global innovation marketplace, Tampa Bay Lightning Owner Jeff Vinik tells a sold-out community gathering at Tampa’s Bryan Glazer Family JCC.

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Believe it! UrbanTech accelerator program attracts global attention for Tampa

Speaking to local techies gathered at The Attic Cafe, Dreamit Managing Director Andrew Ackerman of New York says Tampa is on track to become top tech hub of the Southeast.

Millennial Impact Summit

1st Annual Millennial Impact Forum shines light on shaping Tampa’s future

What does Tampa’s future hold? A big story, yet to be written -- one that millennials and other individuals can shape if they are willing to dive in and make a difference.

Unveiling Tesla

HART, Tesla unveil new public transit electric SUVs for short rides in North Tampa

The HART HyperLINK pilot program is an app-based, on-demand rideshare service offering $3 rides within three miles of Hillsborough County transit hubs.

Garth Murray works on a Sourcetoad solution.

Talent, innovation, smarts, tenacity drive growth of tech company in Tampa

Tampa’s Sourcetoad is finding success by writing cross-platform code for interactive business programs for global clients, including Viking Cruises’ interactive television.

Anthony Harman, solutions consultant from Tech Data.  Exploratory Lab Boot Camp at Tech Data.

Technology boot camp connects students, local high-tech industries

Now in its second year, the Exploratory Lab Boot Camp exposes college students to career opportunities in Tampa Bay’s rapidly growing technology sector.

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Solar energy systems ramp up in Tampa Bay Area

Taking advantage of tax incentives and reduced costs, private industries and power companies are switching to solar as a more efficient source of energy in the Tampa Bay Area.
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