COCONUT CREEK - Website translation and firm, MotionPoint today announced its addition of 15,000 square feet to its Coconut Creek location to support the company’s plans to hire 100 to 150 employees during the next two to three years. MotionPoint’s creation of high-tech, high-skill and high-wage jobs is good news in a state struggling with an unemployment rate that’s higher than the national average.
BOCA RATON - South Florida mobile platform company, 3Cinteractive, announced it ranked first on Forbes’ list of “America’s Most Promising Companies”. The third annual list recognizes U.S.-based, high-growth, privately held companies.
NEW YORK, NY - Nearly 60 percent of U.S. consumers still prefer to watch their favorite shows and video programming on their TVs, but they also want their smart phones and tablets by their side so they can be online and multitask, according to the KPMG International 2013 Digital Debate survey, which polled more than 1,000 consumers in the U.S. and 9,000 globally.
GAINESVILLE - Mindtree, a global IT solutions company recently opened their first U.S. delivery center in Gainesville - near the campus of the University of Florida, and across from the new UF Innovation Hub. The center is the first for the company in the United States and will focus on software consulting and consumer-facing application development for Mindtree's U.S. clients.
Full Sail University recently celebrated its second anniversary of its partnership with ESPN and the opening of the new on campus Sports Media Lab powered by ESPN. Full Sail University president, Garry Jones; Josh Mora, Director of Sports Marketing and Media Degree Program, and David Saphirstein, Director of Creative Technology at ESPN share their thoughts on the benefits of the program.
Mark Schaub of the Orlando Science Center gives FTJ a recap of Otronicon 2013, a showcase of interactive technologies developed in Orlando.
Otronicon is the Science Center’s largest annual event with an average of 2,500 visitors each day – more than 10,000 guests for all four days. Children experience science and tech careers through the appeal of video games, interactive technology and virtual reality.