Last week, the WeVue team was in Redwood, CA just outside of San Francisco at the Startup Grind 2016 Global Conference sharing their insights on company culture. Read More
Three USF Health Information Systems (IS) research submissions have been selected for full session presentations at the upcoming 2016 Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference. The conference, sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Information Resources (GIR), will be held June 1-3 in Toronto, Canada. Read More
Tampa Bay Technology Forum ( announces that Jill Pearson has joined their team as the Director of Partnerships & Engagement. Jill will be working with current members to enhance their engagement with the organization and to further develop partner sales, ultimately growing revenue. Read More
 Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik, in a downtown St. Petersburg event last night, spoke publicly for one of the first times about the team’s partial ownership in a Seattle tech firm. Read More
February 25th, the Tampa Microsoft Entrepreneur Event featured our President Aakash Patel on the discussion panel.  Other panelist were Rachel Carpenter, founder of a financial data company called Intrinio, and Monica Eaton-Cardone the active CIO and co-founder of Global Risk Technologies, and The event was held at the… Read More
We’ve decided to shift our focus from a Startup Studio to helping entrepreneurs start their businesses instead. Read More
Thanks to a $2.9 million gift from Naples entrepreneurs Frank and Ellen Daveler, the University of South Florida’s Muma College of Business will spearhead a statewide effort aimed at educating the next generation of start-up leaders. The transformational estate and cash gift will establish the Frank & Ellen Daveler Entrepreneurship… Read More
Michael Lumpkin, by his own admission, is not much of a social media guy. “I don’t do Facebook. I don’t have a Twitter handle. I’m not on LinkedIn,” Lumpkin told a room full of special operations types from around the globe last week. “Those who know me know that I… Read More
The market is showing an interest in technology developed through the University of South Florida that can instantly determine whether a grouper is really a grouper. In the future, similar technology may signal whether wild-caught shrimp, tuna and red snapper live up to their claims, and even whether that glop… Read More
University of South Florida will establish a program to help undergraduates prepare to launch successful and sustaining businesses, through a $2.9 million gift from a pair of Naples entrepreneurs. Read More