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Sound blocking company grows, plans to add 5 jobs in Tampa

A major investor gets behind Tampa startup Residential Acoustics, which manufactures soundproofing materials such as walls, panels, curtains. 

Citi seeks to fill 100+ new jobs at Tampa headquarters

Citi looks to fill over 100 positions at Tampa headquarters. 

Enhanced intern website designed to connect employers, interns

An upgraded and enhanced website created by CareerSource Tampa Bay and CareerSource Pinellas connects employers with interns. Tampa Bay Intern, originally launched in 2014, now offers a more user-friendly experience. 

Save the dates for upcoming Tampa Bay Area tech events

Get plugged into the Tampa Bay technology community with this list of tech-centric events.  

Letting patients make choices for interventions may lower risk of diabetes, USF study finds

USF Professor Dr. Janice Zgibor leads a medical study that shows when patients choose method of intervention, they are more likely to succeed and lower their chances of getting diabetes. 

Seeking new employment? Here's a roundup of summer job fairs in the Tampa Bay Area

Looking for a new job? Spruce up your resume and head out to these summer 2016 career fairs to apply for available jobs. 

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? June job news roundup

Who’s hiring in Tampa Bay? June 2016 job news roundup.

Recent UT grad creates successful business concept

Storedby, a peer-to-peer platform similar to Uber and AirBnB, is the brainchild of University of Tampa graduate John Publicover. The platform connects people who want to rent out space in their homes, or parking on their property to those seeking storage or places to park. 

Total Quality Logistics opens new office in Sarasota, adds 100 jobs

TQL, a freight-brokerage firm based in Cincinnati, is adding a Sarasota office now and 100 jobs by 2020. 

Tampa Bay WaVE offers more workshops with help from grant

Tampa Bay WaVE, a local nonprofit that helps nurture startups, is now offering over 100 workshops thanks to a grant from Bank of America. 

University of Florida prepares to launch Innovation Station in Sarasota County

The University of Florida Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering will open the first physical extension of the college’s Florida Engineering EXperiment Station (FLEXStation) in Sarasota County.

App created by Tampa developer plans to change the way you shop, share favorite brands

Ever wanted to be a brand ambassador? Or have a platform to promote your favorite brands and retailers? With MeSpoke, you can do just that, as a member or "Speaker" with the new social media platform, you can upload content on your page showcasing your preferred brands/retailers. In turn, consumers can see your content and purchase what you have showcased directly off your page. 

New roastery in NoHo Tampa helps you create your own coffee blend

The Lab in Hyde Park gives guests the opportunity to not only try rare blends of coffee, but create their own unique blend by roasting beans themselves. This innovative concept was co-founded by Roberto Torres, who also founded the co-working space Blind Tiger Cafe. 

USF medical study hopes to lessen back injuries

USF Health researchers will study and analyze how worksite exercise can prevent lower back injuries in firefighters. If effective, the targeted exercise program can be shared with the general public leading to less back aches.  

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