Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s new website

This announcement is from one of our members and strong supporters. The direct link to the Optics and Photonics page, one of the 10 technology areas within the FHTCC, is:


Jim Pearson

FPC Executive Director


Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s new website

We are very pleased to announce the launch of a new website from our partner, the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, still located at www.FloridaHighTech.com.

As a longtime partner of this regional economic development initiative of the three Corridor universities – the University of Central Florida, the University of South Florida and the University of Florida – we proudly support this latest effort to grow high tech industry in our region.

This new site prominently features videos and social media content from the people and places around the Corridor making large strides in technology development and innovation. The “Faces of Technology” video library within the site will feature periodic updates of new scientists, engineers and researchers sharing their stories with visitors. As well, users will have the chance to follow daily posts about what’s happening in the high tech industries of the Corridor through a regular Twitter feed on the homepage.

We encourage visitors to explore the many programs that Florida’s High Tech Corridor offers through the Research, Entrepreneur and Workforce pages and take a look at the leaders driving innovation in each of the 10 high tech industry clusters.

Kerry Martin | Communications Specialist
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