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There’s a skills gap in business today. Many companies don’t know how to use their technology to grow more effectively, said Mark Lombardi-Nelson, a co-founder of Mr. Automation, a St. Petersburg-based startup. Mr. Automation essentially connects businesses with new technologies to make more money in less time, Lombardi-Nelson wrote in a recent Facebook post. “Businesses...
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Nickelytics, a Tampa company focused on the mobile outdoor advertising industry, wants to raise $1.07 million through a crowdsourced funding campaign. The company is offering Crowd Safe Units of SAFE, or Simple Agreement for Future Equity, an investment contract under which individuals make investments for the chance to earn a return in the form of...
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A virtual esports summit has joined the lineup of activities surrounding Super Bowl LV in Tampa in February. MetArena, a St. Petersburg-based digital platform that pairs education with esports, will co-produce the HBCU Esports Conference and Career Expo. The Feb. 5 event, two days before the 2021 NFL Super Bowl, will give students at Historically...
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St. Petersburg residents have a new place to work out while giving back to their community.  World Body Fitness, which opened Friday at 1123 1st Ave. N, offers a more personalized approach to group fitness, according to owner and former Olympic swimmer Tracey McFarlane. That personal touch is something that McFarlane and her fiance and...
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Neptune Flood, a St. Petersburg insurtech firm focused on the flood market, has completed a nationwide product rollout and topped the 50,000 customer mark. The company also has finished work on its proprietary policy management system,  and is preparing to move into a new headquarters early next year. Those are significant milestones for Neptune Flood,...
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A veteran of two well-known tech firms in the Tampa-St. Pete area has struck out on her own, launching a software development and cloud services firm. Acelogy is a small startup now, with three local executives and a tech team overseas, but founder and CEO Mariya Bohun has plans to grow the company into a...
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FairWarning, a Clearwater cybersecurity company, has sold to Imprivata, a security firm in Boston. Financial terms were not disclosed, but the deal was announced about two weeks after Imprivata closed on a funding deal that two credit agencies said would be used in part to finance a pending acquisition. Imprivata provides identity, authentication and access...
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IMCS Group, a telehealth firm in St. Petersburg, and DataLink Software, a healthcare technology company in Tampa, have each received capital infusions from investors. The latest funding rounds show that investors continue to be bullish about the healthtech field. A March report from Deloitte Insights said innovators pumped more than $7.4 billion into healthtech companies...
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Fourteen local founders of companies in the creative and technology sectors have just graduated from the CO.STARTERS program at Tampa Bay Innovation Center. The program provides entrepreneurs the tools they need to survive in their industry, create jobs and add to the economic activity in Pinellas County. Chris Paradies CO.STARTERS is a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based business...
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Paresh Patel, chairman and CEO of HCI Group Inc., could see the writing on the wall in 2012. Insurance, one of HCI’s key business operations, was ripe for disruption. “We wanted to be the disruptor instead of the disrupted,” Patel said during the Tampa Bay Innovation Center’s recent Tech Talk. The answer was Exzeo, a...
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