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28th Feb 2015 Posted in: News Comments Off

Higher education is learning a lesson from business by using online video marketing to attract donors, keep alumni involved, and promote accomplishments.
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13th Jun 2014 Posted in: News Comments Off

In the June 30 issue of Fortune Magazine, writer Jennifer Reingold takes an in-depth look at Orlando’s Lake Nona Medical City, covering its history and touching on what’s in store for the futuristic site.

Titled “How to build a great American city”, t…

13th Jun 2014 Posted in: News Comments Off

In the June 30 issue of Fortune Magazine, writer Jennifer Reingold takes an in-depth look at Orlando’s Lake Nona Medical City, covering its history and touching on what’s in store for the futuristic site.

Titled “How to build a great American city”, t…

15th Apr 2013 Posted in: News Comments Off

The face of Metro Orlando is evolving as its business, government and academic leaders help plan its future success and sustainment of the region. Prior to its success in tourism, Orlando had blossomed from a citrus and cattle town into a major defense…

12th Apr 2013 Posted in: News Comments Off

Central Florida is a hotbed for tech industries and its public schools are at the forefront of prepping the next generation of their workers. Public schools throughout Orlando offer magnet schools, programs with emphasis in STEM courses and dual enroll…

31st Mar 2013 Posted in: News Comments Off

The University of Central Florida (UCF) Business Incubation Program has been expanding nationwide and is gaining momentum in Metro Orlando. Since its founding in 1999, the program has helped more than 200 emerging companies (including more than 134 cur…

25th Mar 2013 Posted in: News Comments Off

The Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s Matching Grants Research Program provides matching funds for companies allowing them to leverage their research budgets by working with university partners on commercially applicable technologies. Student resear…

25th Jan 2013 Posted in: News Comments Off

The Metro Orlando EDC’s prestigious James B. Greene and Chairman’s Awards will be presented at our annual James B. Greene Awards Dinner to be held Thursday, February 28 at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando. Today we are pleased to announce…

12th Dec 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Three experiements, two from Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute and one from the University of Central Florida (UCF), won a free ride to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2013. The Space Florida International Space Station Research Compe…

10th Dec 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

The past month has been full of industry events, trade missions and lead generation for the EDC. From the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training conference to Florida’s film professionals gathering in Orlando to discuss 2013 plans, the EDC’s…

30th Aug 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

The 2012 William C. Schwartz Industry Innovation Awards celebrates the innovations and innovators that are working to propel our region forward. However, our innovative culture is at risk with less science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM…

27th Aug 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

It’s time for back to school nationwide, and educators, students and parents alike are turning to homework and studying, college preparation and ensuring students get the most out of their education.

Ranked “number one in the nation for talent pipelin…

14th Jun 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Creating educational videos is a great way to share knowledge and build an audience, but that’s only the beginning.

11th Jun 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

Your Second Chance at France to Meet some of the Industry’s Most Creative
by Jessica Nin
If you happened to miss going on a trip to France for the Cannes Film Festival last month, you have another shot to head on over. The Cannes Lions is coming up …

21st May 2012 Posted in: News Comments Off

In the war for jobs, the competition is fierce. And the decision to expand or relocate in a region often comes down to one factor: talent. Does the region have a steady stream of workers with the right skills to fill the jobs they will create both now …

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