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By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech announces Inaugural Intern Program

The Palm Beach Tech Association is proud to announce our Inaugural Summer Intern Program, connecting 50 students to paid technology internships throughout South Florida.

The intern program announcement also includes the release of the Palm Beach Tech Internship Manual, designed to help companies build their own successful & sustainable internal programs. Click Here to Download Manual

Students will be recruited from throughout Florida and placed at member tech companies. After a weeklong bootcamp, interns will be integrated into our tech community through communications, community events, volunteer opportunities, and mentorship throughout their paid summer internship with.

Special thanks to Cathy Miron & Natasha Menon for their leadership in designing this program.

 

Community Effort

Palm Beach Tech’s Education Committee sought to develop resources around internship programs to better bridge the divide from classroom to workspace. Led by Michael Fowler (FPL) & Kevin Burch (Office Depot), this was the committee’s top 2018 priority.

Designed through September’s Internship Forum, the program includes input from Tech Executives, Education Partners, Corporate Members & Interns, who identified best practices and features to include. Click Here to Download Report

Special thanks to the Washington Technology Industry Association for their assistance in this process.

 

Week Long Bootcamp

The cornerstone of the Intern Program is a weeklong intern bootcamp to be held at Lynn University on May 13th through May 17th.

This bootcamp will be led by software manager and code school educator Jermey Lawson, and feature guest speakers from companies, universities, and organizations throughout South Florida. The goal is provide both hard and soft skill education, coupled with team based business learning, to first time interns before they even set foot in their positions.

Special thanks to Barbara Cambia & Lynn University for their leadership in this program and hosting the bootcamp.

 

How to Apply (Companies)

All Palm Beach Tech Members are eligible to submit requests for summer interns. Click Here

Depending on membership tiers, companies are either reserved slots for summer interns or would have to sponsor to recruit interns through the program. Specific fields being sought are:

  • Cyber Security
  • Graphic Design
  • Data Analytics / Data Science
  • Software Development
  • Project Management
  • Quality Assurance (QA)
  • User Experience (UX)
  • Information Technology (Help Desk)

 

How to Apply (Students)

All students are invited to apply for internships, with applications provided to member companies. Click Here

Companies must hire students for paid internships, which will then count as acceptance for one of the fifty (50) intern positions facilitated through our program. Additional requirements include:

  • Students at least 18 years old
  • Those Good Academic Standing (2.5+ GPA)
  • Non traditional students & career changers
  • Extern Candidates from local Schools
  • All interns must be hired by a company to participate

By Joe Russo

Volunteer with Code Palm Beach

Code Palm Beach is looking for volunteers to join our team of coding educators in 2019!

As the K-12 Education arm of Palm Beach Tech, this nonprofit organization introduces students to computer coding technology in the Palm Beaches. We’ve also partners with the South Florida Science Center & School District of Palm Beach County to bring our programming to students throughout Palm Beach County.

 

What is Code Palm Beach?

Code Palm Beach is an nonprofit organization introducing students to computer coding technology in the Palm Beaches.

Through monthly events, Code Palm Beach creates a positive environment that promotes tech, coding, engineering, and robotics education for elementary and middle school age children. We leverage readily available curriculum from Code.orgfreeCodeCampCoderDojo, and homegrown resources as well.

Our instructors are volunteers from successful tech companies in the Palm Beaches. They include junior software developers to experienced Chief Technology Officers.

 

Why Volunteer?

In just 90 minutes you can share the joy & magic of coding with the next generation of computer programmers.

By guiding students through a self-paced learning curriculum they will develop the fundamental skills to sharpen their understanding and confidence in software development.

Join our team of Software Developers, CTO’s, and Tech Entrepreneurs today!

Click Here to Volunteer!

By Joe Russo

Innovative Architects acquired by Dallas based Improving

Improving has acquired Innovative Architects, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with satellite offices in Washington D.C. and West Palm Beach, Florida. The transaction is expected to increase Improving’s annualized revenue by more than 30% in 2019, making Improving’s collective revenue close to $100 million.

This transaction successfully continues Improving’s “Enterprise Strategy,” an innovative business model that focuses on merging technology service companies that share a commitment to building trust, delivering excellence, and cultivating culture. This model combines localized incentives and ownership behavior with geographically leveraged service offerings. Innovative Architects’ leadership team will continue operating and growing the business, while contributing to Improving’s sustained success across North America. Innovative Architects joins Improving as its seventh enterprise location and will expand its geographic reach to the Southeastern United States.

“The mutual benefits of joining forces with businesses that share similar company values is that it allows us to advance our ambition of building a company that has a lasting impact in the technology community,” states Curtis Hite, CEO of Improving.

“The mutual benefits of joining forces with businesses that share similar company values is that it allows us to advance our ambition of building a company that has a lasting impact in the technology community,” states Curtis Hite, CEO of Improving. “Our goal is to further the success of IT organizations across the region by combining the proven performance of local teams with an increased focus on establishing stakeholder trust. Innovative Architects’ strong culture and expertise in Microsoft technologies and cloud computing will strategically accelerate our ability to accomplish these goals.”

Innovative Architects’ service offerings focus on delivering customized cloud computing business technology as well as enterprise integration and data driven IT solutions. The merger will significantly strengthen the breadth and depth of the technical consulting services and training offerings that can now be utilized across all of Improving’s markets. Innovative Architects is a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner that provides premier, process-based business solutions.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Improving’s growth strategy,” states Scott McMichael, President of Innovative Architects. “Improving shares our values of trusted advisor-ship and a commitment to client success. We have remarkable synergies as a culture-rich organization that rewards innovation and involvement. We are looking forward to anchoring the Southeast in the national footprint of Improving to better serve our clients from both a business and technology perspective.”

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About Improving

Improving is a technology consulting, custom software solutions, and training firm focused in Agile, Microsoft (.NET) and Java technologies. In July 2018, Improving announced their partnership with private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners. The company has an International presence with offices in Dallas, TexasBryan/College Station, TexasHouston, TexasColumbus, OhioCleveland, OhioMinneapolis, MinnesotaAtlanta, Georgia and Calgary, Canada. To learn more about Improving, visit http://improving.com/

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech forms Strategic Alliance with CompTIA

The Palm Beach Tech Association and The Computing Technology Industry Association “CompTIA” have signed a Strategic Alliance to better serve the South Florida Tech industry.

“We look forward to working with CompTIA to expand our efforts in supporting the South Florida Tech Industry,” said Joe Russo, Executive Director of Palm Beach Tech.

Founded in 1982, CompTIA is a non-profit trade association, issuing professional certifications for the information technology (IT) industry is one of the tech industry’s top organizations. With more than 2,000 members, 3,000 academic and training partners and tens of thousands of registered users, its the world’s leading tech association.

The partnership will focus on public policy and workforce development, was brought about by continued work with the Technology Councils of North America “TECNA”.

By Joe Russo

DomiDocs wins the Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition

On November 12th, Palm Beach Tech hosted the 2nd Annual Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition at the Lake Pavilion.

It was a night filled with 6 startups sharing their visions and initiatives to build an innovative and better tomorrow. This event was made possible by our generous sponsors: Levatas, Akerman, Locke Lord, rinehimerbaker, PeakActivity, Stark Weber Law, and The City of West Palm Beach.

These 6 startups pitched their ideas and mission to an awesome panel of judges on Tuesday night:

 

First place was awarded to DomiDocs and its Founder & CEO William McKenna! “Domicile Documents” is working to become the leading source of secure, cloud-based historical records for 126 million residential properties in the United States. 

Tellables pitched by Co-Founder Amy Stapleton won second place for its Amazon Alexa voice-driven story games, and Car Ship IO pitched by Founder Stas Svishov came in third place for its software for the Auto Transport Industry.

It was a great night with game-changing ideas shared by 6 local startups, and 150+ attendees that came to join in on the conversation.

By Joe Russo

Arrow Digital hosts field trip for local High School Students

In October, Seminole Ridge High School Computer Science and IT students had the opportunity to make a field trip to a local software development company –  Arrow Digital in downtown West Palm Beach.

The field trip was coordinated through the courtesy of Jeremy Lawson, Platforms Manager and Maya Sanchez, Office Administrator at Arrow Digital.

The field trip was a Computer Science initiative to motivate and inspire students in the field of computing and technology, even providing them with breakfast and lunch

The students were given a tour through various departments in the company and had the opportunity to learn and discuss:

  • Nature of work at Arrow Digital and insight into what the company does and how it is important to function and collaborate as a team.
  • How the different roles and functions work together within the company and the challenges for the company in the market and challenges of the digital workforce.
  • The students had the opportunity to stop at each section to observe and interact with the members of the Developer, UX, Customer Experience and the IT team and ask questions.
  • There was a Q & A panel session to learn about UX (user Experience) in computing, programming & app development.
  • Discussion on what it’s like to work at a digital agency, securing internships, diverse jobs in the industry and interview skills
  • Required Soft Skills other than development we use every day.
  • Talk about RPA (Robotic Process Automation) and AI (Artificial Intelligence)
  • Volunteering and coding opportunities in Palm Beach.

Founded in 2005, Arrow Digital is an IP-driven, scalable custom software firm delivering business process automation, digital experience and RPA solutions and has 160 creative technologists that build enterprise custom software, cloud and RPA solutions, and provides UX services for renowned brands such as PwC, Hilton Grand Vacations, Cracker Barrel and many others.

By Joe Russo

TouchSuite launches Credit Card Processing for CBD Merchants

TouchSuite launches Credit Card Processing for CBD Merchants

CBD Merchants in the U.S. and Canada can now process credit card payments

 

BOCA RATON, FL. Nov. 15, 2018 TouchSuite announced today that it has begun accepting CBD merchant account applications in the U.S. and Canadian markets.  TouchSuite will underwrite merchants selling CBD products online or in a card present setting. This change comes after a thorough review and understanding of the risks associated with the industry. CBD accounts will be boarded via a domestic sponsor bank relationship. This enables TouchSuite to aggressively pursue merchants serving a hypergrowth segment.

CBD is traditionally been perceived as having legal and regulatory risks. As a result, merchants have been forced to pay exurbanite processing rates. Additionally, merchants that were early adopters in selling CBD products were forced to open off shore merchant accounts. These off-shore merchant accounts would indiscriminately raise fees, and negatively impact the cash flow cycles of business owners. As a result of today’s announcement, CBD merchants will benefit from more efficient processing rates and have access to TouchSuite’s support and operations teams.

“We are thrilled about the opportunity to help CBD merchants accept credit cards. CBD is a high growth market that is expected to grow at double digit rates in the coming decade. As CBD products transition from perceived inaccuracies to mainstream, TouchSuite is well positioned as a processing partner.” said Sam Zietz, Chief Executive Officer for TouchSuite.

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About TouchSuite: Headquartered in Boca Raton Florida, TouchSuite is a leading financial technology company that delivers business solutions for small to mid-sized companies across different industries. Offerings include point-of-sale systems, payment processing services, SEO solutions, working capital and marketing services. TouchSuite positions itself as the entrepreneur’s partner, delivering solutions that help business owners thrive within the community.

If you would like more information or to discuss an opportunity with TouchSuite, call (800) 793-3250, email info@touchsuite.com, or visit www.touchsuite.com/CBD  

 

By Joe Russo

Lynn University appoints Christian Boniforti as Chief Strategy and Technology Officer

Boca Raton, Florida, Nov. 12, 2018 — President Kevin M. Ross announced in his annual state of the university address Nov. 8, that Christian Boniforti ’02 will become Lynn University’s first chief strategy and technology officer (CSTO).

Editors Note: Chris Boniforti also serves on the Board of Directors of the Palm Beach Tech Association.

Boniforti served as Lynn’s chief information officer for the past 12 years. As CSTO, he will focus on organizational strategy to unlock value for students and identify large-scale business and technology solutions. He will help Lynn deliver measurable, cost-effective results to make the Lynn 2025 strategy a reality.

“Chris has been instrumental in developing Lynn as a personalized and innovative institution, supporting everything from our Lynn 2025 strategic plan to mobile learning,” said President Kevin M. Ross. “This new position will better represent his growing role that impacts our university beyond information technology.”

Over the years, Boniforti has advised Lynn leadership on technology strategy and infrastructure planning, managed campus network and information services, and designed and implemented the university’s award-winning iPad learning program. He also led extensive technology preparations for the 2012 U.S. Presidential Debate, which positioned Lynn ahead of other universities and enabled it to implement innovative campus design and mobile learning opportunities.

Boniforti is a South Florida Business Journal Top CIO; earned a position on the 2014 CIO 100 list; was a 2018 South Florida Business and WealthApogee Award winner, and has been featured as a technology expert in Campus Technology magazine, EdTech MagazineThe Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed. He regularly speaks as a guest at educational technology presentations at national conferences including eMerge Americas, EDUCAUSE, ACUTA, UBTech and others.

Boniforti earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Lynn University. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in educational leadership and management with a concentration in creativity and innovation at Drexel University. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

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About Lynn University | Lynn University is an independent college based in Boca Raton, Florida, with approximately 3,000 students from nearly 100 countries. U.S. News & World Report has named it among the most innovative and international universities. Lynn’s NCAA Division II Fighting Knights have won 24 national titles, its Conservatory of Music features a world-renowned faculty of performers, and its nationally recognized Institute for Achievement and Learning empowers students with learning differences. The school’s Dialogues curriculum and award-winning iPad program help Lynn graduates gain the intellectual flexibility and global experience to fulfill their potential in an ever-changing world. For more information, visit lynn.edu.

By Joe Russo

Pitch Competition to feature 6 Local Startups

Palm Beach Tech is proud to announce the six (6) Palm Beach Startups to participate in the Inaugural Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition!

The 6 preselected startups come from throughout Palm Beach County, from Jupiter to Boca Raton. The companies include mobile apps, Amazon Alexa, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and online platforms. The founders themselves are experienced, diverse, and skilled in a variety of disciplines.

WHEN: Wednesday, Nov 13 @ 6:00pm

WHERE: West Palm Beach Lake Pavilion

All prizes are services based, with applied values by the offering companies

PRESENTING STARTUPS:

1ST PLACE PRIZES:

2ND PLACE PRIZES:

3RD PLACE PRIZES:

By Joe Russo

Building a Palm Beach Tech Intern Program

Building a Palm Beach Tech Intern Program

Recap on the 2018 Palm Beach Tech Association Intern Forum

On September 28, 2018, the education committee of Palm Beach Tech Association held the Internship Forum, alongside four South Florida Universities; Lynn University, Florida Atlantic University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, and Palm Beach State College.

Led by Michael Fowler (FP&L), Cathy Miron (eSilo) & Barbara Cambia (Lynn University), the effort included over 50 executives and educators from throughout South Florida.

Palm Beach Tech Intern Forum

The overarching theme of this forum was to bring together executives, educators, interns, and everyone in between to focus on three major goals; building academic partnerships, identifying the intern program best practices, and developing a Palm Beach Tech Intern Program.

Click Here to Read our Followup Report

Through two breakout sessions, participants were able to come to several conclusions on the definition of success regarding intern programs. Most notable of all, participants found that interns were most successful when they learned both hard and soft skills prior to their careers.

A major piece of discussion was the proposal to begin a Palm Beach Tech Intern program serving at least 50 students and 15 companies.

Palm Beach Tech Intern Program

Palm Beach Tech is researching the launch of an intern program in Summer 2019.

We plan to work with higher education institutions throughout Florida to connect students with companies seeking interns who meet the following criteria:

  • Are a Palm Beach Tech Member
  • Provide Paid Internship(s)
  • Have Physical Presence in South Florida

The program areas we’re researching include mentorship programs, cross-training, and team-building, but will most certainly include:

  • Week-long Intern Bootcamp | Five full days of instruction on coding languages, project management, entrepreneurship, and soft skills.
  • Development Events | After work events with accomplished executives and professionals allowing rare opportunities to learn from those who’ve been there.

This program would incapsulate access to local talent and potential hires to prospective employers. We’re also working with tech council partners throughout the country to further develop this concept.

More information will be released in January 2019, and we hope that our effort to build a community of impassioned technologists will continue to build an educational pipeline for tech jobs throughout South Florida.

If you’re interested in being apart or learning more, click here to email us

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech releases public Analytics Dashboard

Palm Beach Tech releases public Analytics Dashboard

Internal Communications Data now open to all

Palm Beach Tech takes pride in our dedication to Build the Palm Beaches into a Tech Hub.

Our community and our communications network are a major part of this effort, which is why we’re today releasing our internal analytics dashboard to our community.

Click Here to See our Data

Through this behind the scenes transparency, we at Palm Beach Tech are hoping to showcase how impactful our communication network truly is. With technology being our business, we deemed it not only relevant, but also necessary to highlight the impact of our work.

“Palm Beach Tech takes pride in serving our members and our community, and this tool allows us to showcase our success in that to all,” said Executive Director Joe Russo

Palm Beach tech also hopes to showcase the impact of our Corporate Memberships throughout our Community.

This data includes analysis of our social media accounts, email campaigns, and website traffic. The internal data will showcase the diverse and valuable platform that our members have through the Palm Beach Tech communication network.

Members that are featured on our emails, directory, and blog spotlights will especially have access to the numbers and the corresponding data of the people we reach through our features.

We hope that through the transparency of our internal communication data pages, we are better able to provide our members with information regarding their investment, but also showcase the exponential growth of Palm Beach Tech!

By Joe Russo

Over 125 join Palm Beach Tech Hackathon

Palm Beach Tech Hackathon attracted over 125 attendees!

Hosted by Palm Beach Tech and Office Depot, the attendees ranged in age from high school students to seasoned professionals with years in the industry. Google, Salesforce, Digital Resource, Duffy’s, and many others made the event successful through their sponsorship.

Click Here to view pictures from the Hackathon Weekend

 

Hacking for our Community

This was wasn’t your typical hackathon… Instead of having teams just compete for money or to seed a business, the goal was to give back to the community. All teams were given the direction to “Build something that benefits the community.”

All hackers were invited to bond over the local community and their shared love of technology. Some teams leaned on their own experiences, while others tackled problems they’ve long seen.

Participants coded, hacked, built, and tested as the hours ticked by, but in the end there were 16 teams pitching our judging panel.

 

 

The Results

1st Place | Dark Knights: Athneal Viera, Varma indukuri, Praveen Chamarthimihai Oprescu, Norman Ortiz, Sravan Veeramsetty

Comprised mostly of employees of Office Depot, came in first place, they developed an AI chatbot for governments and nonprofits that integrated with multiple platforms, such as Web, Facebook, & Slack.

2nd Place* | Team Woco: Julissa Rosado, Sara Hashem, Sylke Lopez, Morgan Nimmons, Hanadi Alotaibi, Alina Gasperino, Elena Snyder, Michelle Bakels

Formed from the Palm Beach Tech Women’s Council, Team WoCo built a web based application that can be

added to library kiosks to provide resources to our community’s homeless. *This team is investing their winnings to continue the project

3rd Place | Eye of the Storm: Gustavo Gomez, Jean Merone, Satya, Chris Carpentier, Edwin Hernandez, Juan Martinez

Formed on Friday evening, they built a emergency management platform using IoT devices (specifically Ring Doorbells) to damage with video and track wind speed with machine learning.

 

 

Honorable Mention | Team Ambr: Carlos Lahrssen, Juan Alvarado, David Casteneda

This Major League Hacking team built an app that allows a user to place a phone on their dashboard to scan license plates for active Amber Alerts.

 

Getting Involved

Palm Beach Tech is already planning next year’s hackathon. Are you looking to get in on the action?

Attend one of our upcoming Palm Beach Tech events or become a member today! We look forward to having you on board for our other exciting events.

 

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition on November 13th

Palm Beach Tech hosting Pitch Competition on November 13th

Join us on November 13th for an evening of live, venture judged pitches from emerging startups here in the Palm Beaches!

The 2nd Annual Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition is a one-night event where early-stage startups pitch their businesses to a panel of expert judges. Competing for a grand prize of $10K in services, companies will present to a room full of local entrepreneurs, investors, and business leaders.

Of the 8 startups from last year’s competition, several have gone on to prestigious accelerators and combined to raise over $10 Million in funding!

Learn More & Apply to Pitch —> Click Here

PITCH | Palm Beach Tech is currently looking for up to six (6) startups to pitch for $10,000 in services! Companies must be early stage and headquartered in Palm Beach County.

ATTEND | The Pitch Competition is free and open to everyone, especially entrepreneurs looking to raise funding, network with their peers, and anyone interested in expanding or opening a business.

SUPPORT | This event is part of Entrepreneur Week Palm Beach, a seven day showcase featuring cutting-edge technologies, disruptive startups and leading innovators across the Palm Beaches!

Pitch Competition will be held November 13th at 6 pm!

     

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech supports two Economic Studies

This summer, Palm Beach Tech supported the Palm Beach County Workforce Skills Study and the City of West Palm Beach Economic Study.

The West Palm Beach study was facilitated by City’s Economic Development Department. Palm Beach Tech was noted as the city’s Innovation Cultivator’, bringing together businesses, educational institutions, incubators, accelerators, co-working spaces, and other support systems for innovation.

The Study also noted “West Palm Beach is entrepreneurial and innovative, with a high share of self-employed individuals and an above-average number of patent holding inventors living in the city.”

Some other key points from the Economic Development Study include:

  • Since 2012, employment in West Palm Beach has risen by more than 20% and 9% in the U.S..
  • From 2012-2017, Software/IT industry was one of the fastest growing clusters (24%).
  • Cybersecurity market will increase from $75 billion to $170 billion by 2020.
  • There’s an opportunity for the city to connect  businesses with additional resources, such as EB-5 Programs and potential investors.
  • Palm Beach County [is] home to many investment management firms and wealthy individuals, but the community lacks a strong investor community focused on local opportunities and startups.

The Palm Beach County Workforce Skills study was facilitated by the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County. Palm Beach Tech staff, members, and board members met with the study team several time to give high level insight and feedback.

While noting the Palm Beaches maintain over 1,400 technology companies, they trace the industry’s inception to the early days of computers. “The IT sector has been a critical component of the Palm Beach County economy since the IBM PC was created in Boca Raton in the early 1980s at an IBM facility that originally opened the 1960s.”

Some keep points from the Workforce Skills Study include:

  • Employers in the Information Technology sector are more focused on talent with skills and aptitude for the occupation than on specific degree requirements.
  • Business intelligence, data mining and informatics are particular skills areas in which it is difficult to find talent.
  • Information technology instruction should be embedded across the curriculum as demand for these skills continues to grow in virtually all sectors and occupations.
  • Job postings for IT & Telecommunications positions totaled almost 6,800 from May 2017 to May 2018, with a median posting duration of 39 days
  • IT skills are required in all business sectors. This level of demand across the economy often results in an inadequate pipeline of talent.

Links to Studies

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach IT Association merges with Palm Beach Tech

Palm Beach IT Association merges with Palm Beach Tech

The Palm Beach Tech Association announced today that the Palm Beach IT Association will be merging with its operations by the end of August.

“We’ve worked passionately to bring together our tech community, and now we can work towards building a stronger tech hub together,” Joe Russo, Executive Director of the Palm Beach Tech Association.

The Palm Beach IT Association (PBIT) was founded in 2003 to serve the needs of the local IT industry and currently has seventy four (74) individual members in the fields of information technology throughout South Florida.

“We’re excited to work with Palm Beach Tech to continue PBIT’s synonymous mission together,” said Harold Gridlestone, Director of the Palm Beach IT Association.

PBIT’s monthly gatherings will be merged with Palm Beach Tech’s IT Council, a group of leading Information Technology leaders from throughout South Florida.

“We look forward to bettering the IT industry by empowering people through collaboration,” Paul Vedder, Managing Director of VX IT and Chair of Palm Beach Tech’s IT Council.

This follows Palm Beach Tech’s announcement of its doubling in size and its merger with StartupPOP’s Boca Raton Tech Startups Meetup earlier this year. The nonprofit organization currently has over 150 corporate members from Jupiter to Boca Raton.

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The Palm Beach Tech Association is a non-profit membership association established in 2015, building the Palm Beaches into a Tech Hub. Members include Office Depot, Levatas, Florida Power & Light, Digital Resource, PGA for America, ScriptSender, and Dedicated IT. For more, visit www.PalmBeachTech.org

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Palm Beach Tech announces Inaugural Intern Program
Volunteer with Code Palm Beach
Innovative Architects acquired by Dallas based Improving
Palm Beach Tech forms Strategic Alliance with CompTIA
DomiDocs wins the Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition
Arrow Digital hosts field trip for local High School Students
TouchSuite launches Credit Card Processing for CBD Merchants
Lynn University appoints Christian Boniforti as Chief Strategy and Technology Officer
Pitch Competition to feature 6 Local Startups
Building a Palm Beach Tech Intern Program
Palm Beach Tech releases public Analytics Dashboard
Over 125 join Palm Beach Tech Hackathon
Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition on November 13th
Palm Beach Tech supports two Economic Studies
Palm Beach IT Association merges with Palm Beach Tech