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Startup businesses have more office options
Monday, March 24, 2014
Startup companies seeking to lease month-to-month office space — and get guidance on growing their businesses at the same time — suddenly have more options in South Florida. Long-time business incubator Enterprise Development Corp. has moved out of the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University and opened new offices in Boca Raton, Coral
NonProfit that aids entrepreneurs opens new HQ at Pipeline Brickell
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Enterprise Development Corp. (EDC), a nonprofit that runs incubators and support programs for entrepreneurs, is establishing a new headquarters at Pipeline Brickell in Miami. CLICK TO READ ENTIRE ARTICLE
Tech Stores Pop Up For the Holidays
Thursday, November 21, 2013
A little over a year ago, Microsoft opened 30 pop-up stores in mall locations nationwide to sell the Surface tablet over the holiday season. While the sales results on the Surface remain mixed, this foray into disruptive retail has played out well for Microsoft and given them a unique, well-branded kiosk environment to continue to sell the Surface as well
Real-world 'Shark Tank' to showcase regionís rising startup scene
Monday, November 18, 2013
A real-world “Shark Tank” will unfold at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Deerfield Beach on Thursday with Kevin Harrington, one of the original hosts of the ABC TV show by the same name. It’s the 16th annual Emerging Business Technology Showcase, hosted by the Enterprise Development Institute and South Florida Technology Alliance. It will
Mouse inventor Dean Hovey dishes on South Florida tech scene
Monday, November 18, 2013
Few people have more tech credibility thanDean Hovey, co-founder of Silicon Valley’s IDEO consulting firm, who is widely credited with inventing the computer mouse. Since he was in South Florida today for a conference, the South Florida Business Journal interviewed him about our region’s image as a tech hub and what we need to do better. Hovey
South Florida companies hunt mobile, web-based dollars
Thursday, November 14, 2013
With a few exceptions, companies featured in Thursday’s Emerging Technologies Business Showcase were Internet, mobile application or software-based companies based in Boca Raton. There was Cydec Sofware LLC, focused on integrating payments to Google and Amazon services; Flyinstyle, a mobile app letting travelers interact socially and,
Jose Lacal's Recently Published eBooks
Monday, October 21, 2013
Guide to Using NLM's ChemIDPlus Advanced Website on Your Desktop. Guide to Using FDA's Adverse Event Reporting System ("AERS") on Your Desktop. Guide to Using FDA's Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience Database - ("MAUDE") on Your
EDC Announces 16th Annual Emerging Technology Business Showcase: South Florida's Got Talent!
Friday, October 18, 2013
This year’s Emerging Business Technologies Showcase (ETBS) presenters will be storming the stage under the theme “South Florida’s Got Talent”, and rival the popular TV show entertainers with their creativity, enthusiasm and showmanship. However, the performances expected at ETBS have a lot more to do with entrepreneurship than
Google Glass: A First Person Account
Monday, October 7, 2013
The market information company, TNS, recently released a study on wearable computing which found the majority of consumers are not ready for wearables. It seems that while three-fourths of consumers "are aware of at least one type of wearable computing device," only nine percent are currently interested in using them. "Wearable computing is still in its
New SEC rule helps entrepreneurs raise capital
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Start-ups, small businesses, venture capitalists and hedge funds can for the first time in 80 years begin openly advertising to raise money in private offerings. The change by the Securities and Exchange Commission is part of the JOBS Act requirement to amend Rule 506 of Regulation D to permit general solicitation. While opening the gates for general
Autumn is a great time to re-charge and build networks
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
For some, New Year’s Eve signals a time to reassess and commit to the promise of a new lifestyle, career or relationship. For others, spring is representative of new beginnings. But for me, autumn has always been the season for renewal. Perhaps it is because I grew up in the northeast, where autumn signals a new harvest, and crisp mornings mark an end
Shift Happens, Prepare to be Disrupted
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
One sunny Friday afternoon last March, I received a tweet. Though it was simple in form and short in message, it created an immediate shift in how I would experience the world going forward. The tweet was from Google’s Project Glass team and informed me that I was invited to join the beta tester program as a Glass Explorer. This immediately united me
wind2share - Social Media Revolution
Friday, August 2, 2013
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Business incubator to open at the Walk in Springs
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
He did not win the race, but that hasn’t stopped John Arnold from honoring a promise he gave Coral Springs residents when he ran for mayor in 2012. Arnold and a few others in the community have cometogether to establish a business incubator that will nurture start-up companies in the city and surrounding areas. This comes at a time when the city is
A Sunny Outcome
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Florida has the U.S.’s second-highest rate of new business production, it ranks high on Fundable VC rankings, and Startup America says it’s the No. 3 state for annual revenue per startup, with $1.2 million. Here’s what else helped it hit No. 1: 1. Ambition has a local focus. Long-standing local economies can spark an innovation gold
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