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Inside Florida’s High Tech Corridor
The Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s monthly eNewsletter that provides updates on happenings around the 23-county region. Read Publication
Featured Florida High Tech Corridor Council Video
Hear from Randy Berridge, president of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, as he discusses how innovation is contributing to economic development throughout the 23-county Corridor within Central Florida. This video appears courtesy of WUCF, a partnership with the University of Central Florida and Brevard Community College. www.wucftv.org
FHTCC Annual Report
The year-end wrap up of the initiatives and programs of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council including financial breakdowns of the Matching Grants Research Program.
The availability of a skilled workforce is widely recognized as one of the most critical factors in economic development. Expansion and relocation decisions hinge on the ability to hire workers with the skills and experience companies demand. The Talent Gap Analysis study was undertaken through a partnership with CareerSource Central Florida, Brevard, and Flagler Volusia and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council to align the skills needed by area business with Floridians seeking employment. View the Full Study
Covering a nearly two-year period from 2011-2013, this study of the University of Central Florida’s Business Incubation Program demonstrates an ROI of $6.16 for every public dollar invested. View the Full Study
This scientific study, conducted by the University of Central Florida’s history department, looks at the factors that contributed to the growth of the innovative technology clusters of Florida’s High Tech Corridor. View the Full Study
An updated study of the University of Central Florida’s Business Incubation Program conducted in 2011 showing an annual economic output of $360 million. View the Full Study
Released in 2010, this report details the economic impact estimates of 10 years’ outcomes from the Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s investments into its Matching Grant Research Program. View the Full Study
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We would be happy to put you in contact with industry experts who can speak to a variety of technology topics in their area of expertise. For a preview of the leaders who can share their experience in growing tech-based businesses in the Corridor, explore the videos of our Faces of Technology.