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White House recognizes Tampa Bay as TechHire Community

The White House has recognized the Tampa Bay area as a TechHire community, making it a major player in innovation and job training.

Study shows USF has $400M impact through innovation efforts

A new study shows the University of South Florida has an economic impact of more than $400 million annually through its Research Park, Tampa Bay Technology Incubator and Technology Transfer Office.

Want to make a partial payment on a loan? New app developed by Tampa brothers may help

Andrew Schmid, who founded the company with his brother Ben in fall 2015, says Partial.ly has grown exponentially over the past year. 

Looking to make a fresh start in the new year? Upcoming job fairs may provide your chance

Local winter job fairs offer variety of positions throughout the Tampa Bay area. 

USF celebrates record year for cultivating startups, new products

USF enjoys a 12-percent increase in startups and license and option agreements this fiscal year over last. The university has helped create nine new startups, and executed over 110 license and option agreements leading to its place among the top 10 nationally recognized public universities for generating new inventions. 

Johnson & Johnson new Tampa operations center opens, actively recruits

Johnson & Johnson opens its doors to its North American Global Services Center. Over 500 jobs will be created by 2020 as a result of the operation center's opening. 

Fall season rolls out plethora of tech events in the Tampa Bay region #networking

See all of the upcoming tech events happening around the region this fall. 

Tampa-based sound reduction company scores in Fenway Park

Acoustiblok, an innovative Tampa-based manufacturing company, which produces noise reduction products scores major deal with Fenway Park. The company placed their patented All Weather Sound Panels in the park reducing industrial noise. 

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? October job news roundup

Healthcare, banking and engineering are just a few of the fields that are seeking qualified candidates in this month's job hiring roundup from 83 Degrees.

Tampa startup to market fitness wearable to professional athletes

LiftSync is a startup created by University of Tampa students. The high-tech wearable device helps professional athletes track fitness progress and avoid injury in the weight room. 

Courier tech company moves into Tampa market

Dropoff, a high-tech courier service, which offers on-demand same-day delivery service, is now operating in Tampa. 

Students at low-income schools get unique experiences through MOSI's outreach program

MOSI is bringing the fun of science to low-income schools with their Robot Roundup program. The museum's outreach program teaches elementary students engineering and science as they create their own robots. 

Tampa Bay Area tech companies are hiring, check out who is posting jobs

September job news roundup is all about careers in technology. 

Inc. magazine names Clearwater top spot for fast-growing companies

Four Clearwater companies named to Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 500 list. Five make top 5,000 list.

AT&T gives grant to offer business workshops in 2 St. Pete high schools

AT&T gives $25K to the Pinellas Education Foundation for business and technology workshops for students at Gibbs an Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg. 
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