August 2017 Newsletter

Read the latest news about North Florida’s premier R&D park specializing in magnetics, aero-propulsion, advanced power systems and high-performance materials August 2017 Update Spotlight: Join us on August 30th for our next TechTopics- Turning the Tide: Florida Oysters We are happy to announce our next TechTopics event is taking place on Wednesday, August 30th in…

New Business Start? You need this program

New Business Startup? You need this program Kim Williams, Leon County R&D Authority Board of Governor wrote an article regarding the importance of the Entrepreneurial Excellence Program in the Tallahassee community. “Innovation Park’s Entrepreneurial Excellence Program is our area’s only mentor-driven, real world entrepreneurial training resource. It provides dynamic, highly interactive training with an unmatched…

Days are Numbers at Old Tallahassee Shopping Center

Tom Flanigan, with WFSU, spoke about the FSU Department of Anthropology’s move to Innovation Park from the Old Shopping Center, which will soon be turned into a mini-Target “Now Florida State University’s Department of Anthropology is moving out as well. Its new home will be at Innovation Park’s Johnson Building with the move scheduled for…

New Resident Coming to Innovation Park of Tallahassee

The FSU Department of Anthropology Relocates to Innovation Park of Tallahassee The Florida State University Department of Anthropology will soon occupy 11,000 square feet of space located in the Johnson Building at 2035 E. Dirac Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32310.  The Department of Anthropology’s official move in date is July 31, 2017. “The Department of Anthropology…

Local Companies KynderMed and Sensatek Propulsion Technology Inc., Named Winners of Innovation Park’s 2017 TechGrant Program

Five local early stage companies competed for a chance to win one of two technology commercialization grants worth up to $15,000 at Innovation Park’s Annual Elevator Pitch Night   The Leon County Research and Development Authority (LCRDA), the entity that governs Innovation Park of Tallahassee, is pleased to announce that KynderMed and Sensatek Propulsion Technology…

Five Start-ups Selected to Compete for Up to $15,000 in Technology Commercialization Grants

Annual Innovation Park competition, presented by Hancock Bank and Danfoss Turbocor, gives local early-stage companies access to critical funding and networks.   The Leon County Research and Development Authority (LCRDA), the entity that governs Innovation Park of Tallahassee, announced five finalists have been selected to compete for up to $15,000 in grant funding at the…

Bilbow: Programs like EEP keep Tallahassee moving forward

Innovation Park’s Director of Programs and Communications, Denise Bilbow wrote a MyView in the Tallahassee Democrat.  The MyView promotes the Entrepreneurial Excellence Program and programs geared towards helping local entrepreneurs be successful in Tallahassee. “The EEP is a bedrock of local entrepreneurship and has been a key entry point into the entrepreneurial ecosystem for the…