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Florida High Tech Corridor Talent Forum
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3/27/2019 to 3/29/2019
When: March 27-29, 2019
Where: Hyatt Regency International Drive
Orlando, Florida 
United States

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The Corridor Talent Forum helps you save time and money by condensing numerous campus visits into just one trip.  In just two days, you will build and maintain relationships with over 50 key university and state college contacts. Organizations can choose from several registration packages, including some with options to be recognized as a sponsor and supporter of expanding the region’s STEM talent pool.

The high tech companies, research institutions and industry organizations within Florida’s High Tech Corridor collectively build diverse clusters of innovation. These 10 high tech sectors are targeted for growth.
High tech agricultural techniques provide Florida’s nearly 47,000 commercial farmers with advanced, efficient and safe methods for producing a major supply of our country’s crops.
The Corridor isn’t home to the Space Coast for nothing. Anchored by the presence of NASA, the region boasts a multitude of private-sector companies dedicated to commercial and military aviation.
Thanks to the popularity of digital entertainment, the rise of the creative class has found stomping grounds in the Florida High Tech Corridor’s interactive entertainment academies and renowned gaming companies.
Online banking and electronic trading demand a high tech infrastructure for secure financial transactions. The financial services sector in Florida’s High Tech Corridor represents a lucrative opportunity for growth.
The bits and bytes of today’s high tech computers and servers connect every industry in the Corridor. The region’s IT companies now focus on safeguarding the world’s new precious commodity: data.
New discoveries from the Corridor’s many research institutions and private companies are changing the face of health care. Vaccines, treatments and therapies are working their way from the region’s labs to patients’ bedsides.
Faster. Better. Smaller. Corridor-based companies are engineering next-generation electronics and nanoparticles with broad applications in computing, energy and even medicine.
MS&T utilizes high tech tools for training combat soldiers, assessing medical practitioners, and simulating computer programs and models for how they would perform in real world scenarios.


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