St. Petersburg’s technology, innovation and business sectors are well-represented with scheduled mixers, meetings and get-togethers. If you want to get something done, or find out how others did it, an informal talk or presentation over coffee and bagels is just a few mouse clicks away.
CreativeMornings is something else altogether. It’s a monthly event – at the Station House, where so many business arrangements are conceptualized and cinched – with no relationship to business whatsoever.
Initiatives that helped people find a job after Hurricane Irma, get discount offers into the hands of those most interested in them and made collaboration easier between Coca-Cola bottlers are in the running for “Technology Project of the Year” from Tampa Bay Tech.
The award is one of about a dozen that Tampa Bay Tech, Florida’s largest technology council, will hand out at a Nov. 9 ceremony.
The award finalists — Geographic Solutions Inc., MercuryWorks and Valpak — each used in-house teams to create a project with regional, national and/or international impact.
His high-definition, colorful photographs capture the true essence of his subjects, making them seem alive and tangible. This helps attract major attention for local bar/restaurants and musicians. Some of Alex's most prominent work features Chelsea Clinton and notable St. Pete suicide awareness advocate Shalia Roland.
SI Exclusive: As a rising Cardinals analyst, Chris Correa didn’t believe he was committing a crime when he hacked into the Astros’ internal database. Then he went to prison, where he changed his views on his actions and the criminal justice system.