| Follow Us: Facebook Twitter Youtube RSS Feed

Tampa : Innovation + Job News

749 Tampa Articles | Page: | Show All

Marlow’s Tavern hires 62 new employees, opens in Carrollwood neighborhood of Tampa

Marlow's Tavern, a Georgia chain of restaurants that expanded into Central Florida last year, is now open in Carrollwood Village just off Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa.

Radio show podcast program teaches Tampa teens digital entrepreneurship

Teen Radio Show: The Digital Entrepreneur podcast program teaches students from 5th through 12th grades about digital media and being an entrepreneur. The program runs Sept 11-Nov 6, 2015, at the Hillel Academy in Carrollwood.

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? October job news roundup

Seeking a new job or fresh career path in the Tampa Bay area? Find out who is hiring in October 2015 in Tampa, St. Pete, Clearwater and Sarasota.

Lingerie and swimwear company hiring at new Tampa stores, headquarters

Swimwear and intimate apparel company Ashley Nation opened their first store at Westfield Citrus Park Mall in October 2015; the company established Tampa, Florida as headquarters in 2014. 

Tampa JCC engages community, writers in Books & Conversations Festival

A variety of authors -- some writing about Jewish themes, others not -- will appear at the Tampa Jewish Book Festival on October 18th.

James Rosenquist donates art for raffle at FIVE by FIVE in Tampa

The FIVE by FIVE theme entwines itself throughout the Tampa Museum of Art event as nearly 600 pieces of 5”x 5” art created from a wide range of media -- and submitted from around the world -- will be on display and for sale, at $25 per piece. 

TiEcon Florida 2015 brings innovators, investors to Tampa

TiEcon Florida 2015, a one-day conference in Tampa, included panel discussions with innovators and entrepreneurs from around the state and country.


Design Week art installations to transform Selmon Greenway

Designers, artists, architects and other community members are invited to get involved in Tampa Bay Design Week's art installation project for the Selmon Greenway.

Women entrepreneurs compete for $70,000 from the SBA

Women in business and entrepreneurial enterprises can compete in a challenge to win $5,000 in cash and prizes locally and $70,000 from a national business competition.

USF area in Tampa gets new pedestrian safety beacons

Recent pedestrian safety improvements along 50th Street in North Tampa are part of a larger initiative in the USF area, where college students and neighborhood residents walk along busy roads.

Top comedian returns home to Tampa to perform

Former Tampa resident Steven Lolli returns to Carrollwood for a comedy performance that some may consider controversial as he takes on societal stereotypes and pokes fun at the mundane using risque humor. 

 

Tampa Museum of Art hosts high fashion to raise awareness of domestic violence

A runway show featuring New York fashion designer Zang Toi is a fundraiser benefiting the Tampa Museum of Art’s exhibition and education programming.
 

HART upgrades innovative app so you can track your bus

HART's new OneBusAway app allows bus riders to instantly track buses and calculate the distance either by number of bus stops or miles from the rider's location. 

Local horror theme park hiring hundreds of seasonal Halloween employees

The new "Scream-A-Geddon" horror park in Dade City is currently hiring 400 seasonal part- and full-time employees in the Tampa Bay area; horror park opens Spetember 25, 2015.
749 Tampa Articles | Page: | Show All
Signup for Email Alerts

Underwriting Partners