Harris and ICAMR Work to Boost Innovative Manufacturing By Mike Weatherspoon and TomWells Everyone is pretty connected these days, with home networks hosting […]
The Life Stream of Economic Growth By: Alexandra K. Wood Every economic development thought leader will tell you that infrastructure and access […]
Looking Back,Moving Ahead with Florida’s Space Industry By Lyle Smith It was audacious. It was inspiring. Considering where we stood technologically in […]
NanoPhotonica Targets Commercial Markets Every year, researchers develop and discover innovative ways to make technology faster, more efficient and cheaper. And of […]
CEO Leadership Forums Though America has dominated the hardcourts since basketball was introduced to the Olympics in 1936, winning 16 golds in […]
A Windfall for North Brevard Embraer’s new Aero Seating Technologies facility in Titusville promises to have a wide-ranging impact felt not just […]
The Limitless Possibilities of Sensor Technology [By Dr. Teresa Pace] Most people have heard of smart sensors, but may not realize how […]
Showcasing Leading Tech Creators [By Adrian Rosales] What is Orlando to you? Is it the first place where the words “Technology” and […]
American manufacturing is in the midst of a renaissance. As countries like China have industrialized, their cost of living has risen, along […]
So Near And Yet So Far The recent thawing of relations between the U.S. and Cuban governments and President Barack Obama’s ground-breaking […]
Attract, Retain And Grow “Put the entrepreneur at the center of economic development,” so says Dr. Tom O’Neal from the University of Central […]
Developing the Infrastructure for the Future By Carrie Stevenson Central Florida knows how to move. As the only place on earth with […]
The whole of the southeast, not just Florida in particular, accounts for only 10 percent of the Angel investment in the United States. This is especially […]
History pivots on certain critical actions, like when Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955. United States Attorney General Ramsey Clark said of her, “If Rosa Parks had not refused to move to the back of the bus, you and I might never have heard of Dr. Martin Luther King.” By sitting down, she stood for all her people.
Mark Wilson likes to say that this will be the Floridian century. Wilson, CEO of the Florida Chamber of Commerce, claims that if New York defined the 19th, and California the 20th centuries (economically speaking), the 21st century will be Florida’s.