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Underserved and underestimated groups across Florida often lack the resources and tools to get involved and grow their ideas into successful businesses. Dr. Wanda Eugene, director for the Collaboratory for Inclusive Entrepreneurship, has made it her mission to fix this.
The Florida High Tech Corridor Council is pleased to announce another successful year in its 2018–2019 annual report, marked by accomplishments of our three universities—University of Central Florida (UCF), University of South Florida (USF) and University of Florida (UF)—and their industry and community partners.
From reaching a record number of students through stemCONNECT to facilitating breakthrough research with the Matching Grants Research program to engaging hundreds of new entrepreneurs in the community fostered by FLVEC, this year has given us many reasons to celebrate.
Through a unique partnership with dozens of economic development, workforce, academic, and industry partners, The Corridor has supported the growth of high-tech industry in this region for more than 20 years.