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By Joe Russo

Russo: Palm Beach Tech will adopt Code of Ethics

The Palm Beach Association represents the very best of talent and innovation in the Palm Beaches.

Each day, I lead a full time staff of two wonderful ladies (Stephanie & Tyler), in addition to a team of talented interns each semester. These people reinforce my faith in the future, but remind me that we always need to be doing more.

In 2016, one of our community members came to me and said, “I’m going to do a meetup of women before the Palm Beach Tech Meetup so no one feels like they’re going alone.”

That took me a little aback, for as much as we promote inclusiveness and positivity throughout our organization, we must constantly engage and work to include others in all of our activities.

Recently, an organization similar to Palm Beach Tech was closed down in another state after its leader resigned in response to their misconduct. This has more than ever brought to light our responsibility as leaders to promote the highest standard of character.

I’ve asked our staff and Board of Directors to immediately draft and adopt a Palm Beach Tech Code of Ethics. We must acknowledge that we have a greater duty to assure everyone feels welcome, safe, and at home within our community.

This document will be applied to our organization, our members, and to every person we work with. It will serve as a zero-tolerance policy, outlining our intent to work only with those who value others, no matter their gender, sexual orientation, race, or beliefs.

Additionally, we will call on other technology, innovation, and startup organizations throughout Florida and our country to follow suit. As the gender and ethnic gaps in our industry’s workforce are behind national norms, the actions of some beneath our moral capacity. It’s our duty to lead this change.

We are the embodiment of the future we envision – lets make it one we’re proud of.

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech hires Nancy Dahlberg as Contributing Writer

Palm Beach Tech is proud to announce Nancy Dahlberg will be joining our team as a Contributing Writer.

Nancy has been a professional journalist since 1981, when she graduated the University of Florida, spending most of her career with the esteemed Miami Herald.

“I love to tell the stories of entrepreneurs and I’m looking forward to getting to know and writing about Palm Beach County’s vibrant tech community and its players,” said Nancy Dahlberg.

For the past six years, Nancy has built up the Starting Gate Blog for the Miami Herald, featuring hundreds of South Florida’s entrepreneurs, startups, and investors. For the past 9 years, she’s also coordinated the Herald’s annual Business Plan Challenge.

In her new role, Nancy will oversee Palm Beach Tech‘s written content, focusing on a weekly column highlighting successful tech & innovation companies in the Palm Beaches.

“We’re ecstatic to have Florida’s most accomplished & respected technology journalist joining our team,” said Joe Russo, Executive Director of Palm Beach Tech. “Nancy shares our passion for entrepreneurship, and we’re honored that she’ll be sharing that with us.”

By Joe Russo

Announcing our 2018 Legislative Priorities

The Palm Beach Tech Association’s Board of Directors and Public Policy Committee are pleased to announce our 2018 Legislative Priorities!

As the Florida Legislative Session begins, we ask our industry, members, and community to support these pivotal projects. You can do so my contacting your legislators by email or phone toexpress your support, as each of these will positively impact the Palm Beach County technology industry:

The 2018 Florida Legislative Session convenes on January 9th in Tallahassee and lasts for 60 calendar days. Click Here to download PDF Version of these priorities to share.


2018 Legislative Priorities

HB 2855  – Palm Beach State College – Coding & Cognitive Technologies Program | Request: $250,000

This turnkey-ready program would align with the industry and be directly transferrable. Potential areas included in the curriculum are Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Predictive Analysis, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, etc. It will appeal to those with and without degrees, is STEM focused, and will remain flexible by providing a marketable skillset through credentials with the opportunity to lead to a degree. PBSC has agreed to a $250,000 match, which includes funding for software license fees, computer lab materials, wiring and network server expenses. The total cost to establish the program is $500,000.


HB 2365  – Florida Atlantic University Tech Runway | Request: $3,000,000

Tech Runway is based on best practices developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Stanford University, and combines the resources of FAU with the local business community to create an ecosystem that is conducive to the development of successful technology startups. Since its inception in 2014, Tech Runway has launched 29 startup companies, which collectively have raised $17.976 million in capital and created more than 239 jobs.


SB 180 – Computer Coding Instruction

Authorizing, but not requiring, high schools to offer students opportunities to take specified computer coding courses beginning with a specified school year; requiring the Commissioner of Education to identify such courses that satisfy two credits of sequential foreign language instruction under certain circumstances; requiring each student and his or her parent to sign a specified statement, etc.

By Joe Russo

New Year, New Perks: Introducing Our New Councils

It’s a new year, and as we head into 2018, Palm Beach Tech’s Team is ready to bring forward new opportunities for our members; membership councils.

Starting this month, we’re introducing a new format for our membership councils: namely the Startup Council and the CIO Council.

Introducing Member Councils

“These councils will provide new value for members in the form of exclusive opportunities to meet like-minded individuals, network with other member businesses, and discuss common interest,” said CIO Council Frank Barbato, who’s also the President of Third Wave Technologies

The new format for councils is a departure from the prior council format. Palm Beach Tech already has a Startup Council, for example, but in its previous format it functioned as a task force discussing potential opportunities & initiatives for Palm Beach Tech.

The new purpose of the Startup and CIO Councils is to adopt a roundtable format, where members will be able to meet, discuss issues, brainstorm ideas, and influence Palm Beach Tech’s strategies for the future.  All this in an environment that is more intimate than monthly meetups.

Bringing new value to Palm Beach Tech Members

“We want to offer a new, more personal setting for our members to interact with each other. This is the driving force between the new councils — to better engage members, together,” said Executive Director Joe Russo

The members of each council will be able to suggest speakers they would like to see at each meeting. These speakers will include industry and company leaders, who can provide insight for both individual members and their companies. Each meeting will have a speaker, but the council meetings will be interactive discussions and not a speaker series, as the monthly meetups are.

Getting involved and next steps

The first council meetings will take place in January, and are recurring monthly.

  • CIO Council: First meeting will be January 9 and feature Alex Rudloff, former chief digital strategist of TEDx & Vice President at AOLIf interested, contact Chair Frank Barbato
  • Startup Council: First meeting will be January 11 and feature Alex Furmansky, founder of Budsies and a participant on Shark Tank. If Interested, contact Chair Daniel Lofaso

Council Membership will be by invitation and referral, and is only available to Palm Beach Tech members. If you’re interested in becoming a member or have any questions, be sure to visit

By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech Hires 1, Promotes 2 Staff Members

The Palm Beach Tech Association announced its hiring of Tyler Tornaben (Community Manager), and the promotions of Stephanie Buzano (Communications Manager) and Kellie Ames (Community Coordinator).

“I’m proud that we’ve assembled such a talented and passionate team, dedicated to our mission of building the Palm Beaches into a Tech Hub,” said Palm Beach Tech’s Executive Director Joe Russo.

This staff team will oversee the day-to-day operations of Palm Beach Tech, including all of its programs and initiatives.

“Our Board is laser focused on building a strong, sustainable organization to fulfill our mission and this team will take us there,” said Palm Beach Tech Board Co-Chair Cam Collins

Tyler Tornaben | Community Manager

Tyler is a native South Floridian, formerly of the international coworking company Impact Hub, and now Palm Beach Tech‘s new Community Manager! She oversees PBT’s following programs:

She has a Masters in Social Entrepreneurship from Goldsmiths College of London and researched Microfinance and Reverse Innovation at the Yunus Social Business Center in Florence, Italy.

When she’s not with Palm Beach Tech, Tyler dedicates herself to her own startup; Snapgood. For fun, she enjoys cooking, traveling, Italian neorealism, going to the beach and researching puppies to adopt.


Stephanie Buzano | Communications Manager

Stephanie has risen from Hackathon participant, Web Development Intern, to her recent full time promotion as Communications Manager! She oversees PBT’s following programs:

  • Palm Beach Tech Website
  • Email Communications
  • Member Services

Stephanie holds a BS in International Business from Florida International University. She has spent the past year learning how to code on Free Code Camp, with her ultimate goal of being a front end developer.

When not working, Stephanie watches Manchester United games, goes to yoga, and plans her next travel destination.


Kellie Ames | Community Coordinator

Kellie joined Palm Beach Tech as a Digital Media Intern and now serves as Community Coordinator! She oversees PBT’s following programs:

Kellie earned her BS in Business Administration from the University of Miami. For the past year, Kellie has also developed her own eCommerce company Mantra Active, an e-boutique, bringing you the trendiest, newest designers in activewear and athleisure wear.

In her free time, Kellie spends time with puppy Kade, traveling with her husband Scott, exercising, and boating.

By Joe Russo

Pitch Competition to feature 8 Local Startups

Palm Beach Tech is proud to announce the eight (8) Palm Beach Startups to participate in the Inaugural Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition!

The 7 preselected startups come from throughout Palm Beach County, from Jupiter to Boca Raton. The companies include mobile apps, augmented reality (AR), internet of things (IOT), and online platforms. The founders themselves are experienced, diverse, and skilled in a variety of disciplines.

WHEN: Wednesday, Nov 15 @ 6:00pm

WHERE: West Palm Beach Lake Pavilion




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

By Stephanie Buzano

Announcing the Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition | $10k in Prizes

Palm Beach Tech hosting Startup Pitch Competition on November 15th

Join us on November 15th for an evening of live, venture judged pitch competition of 5 minute demos from emerging startups here in the Palm Beaches!

Apply to Pitch —> Click Here

PITCH | Palm Beach Tech is currently looking for up to eight (8) 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!

1st Place Prizes:

Pitch Competition will be held November 15th at 6 pm!


By Joe Russo

Palm Beach Tech Appoints New Leadership

Palm Beach Tech Appoints New Leadership

Cam Collins & David Bates to Co-Chair 2017-2018 Board of Directors

West Palm Beach, Fla. – The Palm Beach Tech Association has announced its new Board of Directors for its 2017-2018 organizational year, led by Co-Chairs Cam Collins & David Bates.

“Co-Chairing the Palm Beach Tech Association has special meaning for me as I grew up in West Palm Beach,” said Cam Collins, President of DockMaster Software, Inc. “When I graduated from the University of Florida, it was difficult to find technology positions here. Today, that’s changed considerably, with more opportunities and professionals interested in calling the Palm Beaches their home.”

“Palm Beach Tech has achieved more in the last two years then anyone could’ve imagined, and I’m proud to say we have quite a lot in store for this year,” said David Bates, Chair of the Technology and Entrepreneurial Practice Group at Gunster.

Bates is also a former Board Member of the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, BioFlorida, South Florida Tech Alliance, and the former Chair of both the Gold Coast Venture Capital Association and Enterprise Development Corporation.

“Going into our third year, I’m proud to say we’ve assembled an unparalleled team of leaders to guide Palm Beach Tech to new heights,” said Executive Director Joe Russo.

Founded in July 2015, the Palm Beach Tech Association now has 127 Corporate Members representing $100’s on Million in economic impact to Palm Beach County. They also founded the Palm Beach Tech Space, a 3,500 square foot coworking space in downtown West Palm Beach, thanks to a generous grant by the James S. & John L. Knight Foundation.

The Palm Beach Tech Association will host its next Meetup, a joint event with the Broward-based South Florida Technology Alliance, on July 25, 2017 at FAU Tech Runway with AT&T Florida President Joe York.


DROPBOX: (Link Here) Logos, Headshots, and Stock Photos.

The Palm Beach Tech Association is a non-profit membership association established in 2015, building the Palm Beaches into a Tech Hub. Members include MyTaskit, Levatas, Florida Power & Light, Achieve, ScriptSender, and Dedicated IT. For more, visit

By Joe Russo

Celebrating Palm Beach Tech’s 2nd Birthday!

In 2012 I was first inspired by the idea of building a tech community; In 2013 Startup Weekend began my journey; on July 7th of 2015 Palm Beach Tech was officially founded; and today we celebrate our 2nd Birthday!

My story was simple… I wanted to build the Palm Beaches into a tech hub. At the time, we weren’t focused on the technology, startup, nor entrepreneurial capacities of Palm Beach County. Today, that’s different thanks to our efforts and the commitment of our community.

In the early days, it was me on a laptop at Subculture Coffee meeting with board members, startup founders, and technology executives. And I put a lot of miles on my Hyundai too.

In two years since, we’ve accomplished so much together:

Association: Today we count 2671 People & 127 Companies as members, with many beyond that involved in our programs.

Coworking: Developed a 3,500 square foot coworking space, thanks to the generous $150,000 in grants from the Knight Foundation, City of West Palm Beach, and Achieve.

Meetup: Had 1,787 attend 22 Meetups, with keynotes from PayPal, Uber, Magic Leap, TEDx, & 500 Startups, among many others.

Web Monday: Partnered with the oldest tech event in the Palm Beaches, working with Aaron Wormus (aguyonclematis) to bring monthly workshops downtown.

Mentor Day: Launched in 2017, our newest event has already matched 47 founders with 12 mentors once a month.

Team: With Brian Dapelo, Stephanie Buzano, and the best interns in the world, our awesome team has grown exponentially, while expanding our impact to the community.


We started with a crazy idea encapsulated into a 6 page plan researched with caffeine, and written by an eternal idealist. And Palm Beach Tech would be no where without you, our community!

So Happy 2nd Birthday all you crazy, brilliant, amazing people – and thanks for helping my dreams come true! I sure hope I’ve helped you along the way.

In Service,


By Vanessa Calas

Mentor Day: Providing Benefits to Local Entrepreneurs

Palm Beach Tech strives to create a welcoming and collaborative environment for tech industry startups and freelancers throughout the Palm Beach area. Our members enjoy a wide variety of benefits from coworking spaces to special networking events.

We are particularly proud to offer our members access to Mentor Day, bringing together local entrepreneurs and industry professionals on the first Friday of every month. Our mentors come from a wide range of backgrounds, including business planning, software development, growth strategy, branding, legal, and more.

To see a full list of our mentors and learn how to apply to Mentor Day, visit our site.

Make Connections

Mentor Day is an excellent way to network with successful professionals. Many of our community members have benefited from connections made through our program. John Calloway, founder of Halo Technologies, a local 3D printing company, started by working with some of our mentors.

Dan Condro worked closely with mentor Robert Wells, CEO of Allocable, on his way to building Blyz, a high-quality laundry service. Wells guided Condro in making local connections and meeting potential investors.

Sometimes the real key to success is meeting the right people along the way, and Mentor Day facilitates these connections.


Business Planning Guidance

A successful business is more than just a good idea. Visionaries who dream of founding their own organizations must first learn how to structure those organizations for success. That means developing a business model that sells and learning the nuts & bolts of business management.  

Wells and Clay Williams, CEO of Achieve Agency, have both worked closely with members of our community on business planning, leadership, and developing effective growth strategies. Clay advised Dan Condro on planning his business, and provided him feedback on his investor pitch deck. Wells worked with John Calloway on his company structure and even guided him in pivoting his company’s business model for a more ideal focus. Even Eddie Garcia,  Founder & CEO of Vivid Arts, credits Mentor Day with providing valuable feedback on bringing his app to market.


Financials and Legal

Dan Condro had what he described as a “very insightful meeting about fundraising” with Robert Wells. As we mentioned above, Robert guided Dan in identifying and appealing to investors as well as identifying other funding opportunities. Eddie of Vivid Arts also found the financial and legal advice offered through Mentor Day helpful after working with Matt Kissner, Associate Attorney with Broad & Cassel, on protecting is company and developing equity packages for employees.

With legal and financial professionals available, Mentor Day provides a well-rounded approach to analyzing and improving new businesses.


Building Your Business

What do John Calloway, Dan Condro, and Eddie Garcia all have in common? For one thing, they have businesses that work. What’s more, those businesses have seen success in part thanks to the resources provided by Mentor Day.

By Kellie Ames

Spring 2017 Interns: Thanks For The Memories

“The expert in anything was once a beginner…”

As the season begins to change (well, maybe not here in South Florida), so do our interns. Each semester we welcome new bright-eyed, bushy-tailed college students eager to learn about work life before they’re forced out into the real world after graduation.

This Spring we welcomed 4 interns learning all things tech, including programming, digital marketing, graphic design, and more. While we’d like to pride ourselves in having a fun, collaborative, and laid-back work environment, we’ll let our interns share their experience at Palm Beach Tech…

“It was a great learning experience. I enjoyed being around people who actually wanted to help others succeed and went above and beyond to create connections for me through community events. I recommend this internship to anyone as it’s a great way to network and meet local companies that are looking for young talent. ”

Monica Rojas, Member Development Intern | Next stop? Sales Intern @



“In my time at Palm Beach Tech, not only did I have a great experience, but I met amazing people and learned a lot about giving back to the community. Joe [Russo] and Brian [Dapelo] provide a great work atmosphere and truly help us nurture our potential through this program.”

Oscar Juarez, Operations Intern | Next Stop? Pursuing a Masters in International Management



“Palm Beach Tech is a fantastic organization that allowed me to develop and use my skills in a laid back and relaxed atmosphere geared to enhance my talents. Joe [Russo] and Brian [Dapelo] are a joy to work with, and they have worked hard to plug their interns, like me, into job opportunities around West Palm Beach. ”

— David Barjuca, Graphic Design Intern | Next stop? Graphic Design Intern @ Achieve Agency



“Palm Beach Tech Space is great because of its collaborative environment. They participate in and host a ton of events that have provided an opportunity to network and meet people who will help my career flourish. Joe [Russo] and Brian [Dapelo] are very laid-back and easy to work with. They are extremely knowledgeable in the tech industry and are able to translate that knowledge into projects that allow me to learn and grow. There is always music playing, snacks available, and now, apparently, beer on tap!”

Kellie Ames, Digital Marketing Intern | Next stop? Founder @ Mantra Activewear


Interested in a Palm Beach Tech internship?

By Kellie Ames

Palm Beach Tech Launching Volunteer Initiative

Serve With Us! Volunteering Looks Good On You

Studies show that giving back is essential to your happiness, and volunteering is a great way to help out your community. It’s a priceless gift to serve, and here are a few ways you can volunteer your technology skills and time:

  • Teach Computer Coding
  • Host a Workshop or Class
  • Present in a Classroom
  • Become an Adjunct Professor
  • Serve on an educational Advisory Board

We have a huge shortage of IT talent in the US, so we started Coder Dojo Palm Beach to train up the next generation of coders,” said George Whitaker, VP of Technology at Hello Labs“Hopefully, by the time they are 15, we can hire them to crank out some quality code,” he joked.


But it’s not just our next generation and local schools we must support, it’s our talent that’s right here within our local university’s like PBA, Lynn, FAU, and PBSC.

“It’s important that you not only make money, but make a difference. You need to be happy with your job,” said DedicatedIT‘s Adam Steinoff to Florida Atlantic University’s Management Information Systems (MIS) students in a class led by Jonathan Sweet. “It’s important to stay connected with the best and brightest coming out of college, to let them know there is opportunity here.”

Our very own Brian DapeloPalm Beach Tech Space‘s Community Manager, has gone further in becoming an adjunct at Palm Beach Atlantic University, teaching students in entrepreneurship and building businesses.


Moving beyond that, there’s a need to speak at Meetups, organize events, and simply serve our community.

“I volunteer because I want to be a part of something bigger than myself,” said Jeremy Lawson of Cosmic Strawberry who leads both the Palm Beach JavaScript Meetup & Palm Beach Tech Hackathon.  “I love the tech industry and the community I live in. Why not be a part of making it that much better?”

Looking to volunteer locally or need tech volunteers?

By Stephanie Buzano

Calling All Makers!

The South Florida Science Center & Palm Beach Tech Association are hosting 2nd Annual Palm Beach Mini MakerFaire on May 13th, 2017!


Maker Faire showcases the amazing work of all kinds from all ages of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience.


You’re invited to come show your projects and live demos at this event. Makers sharing or demoing will be able to exhibit for FREE, while commercial makers selling goods will be charged a $35 tax deductible donation. We’re looking for:

  • Performers
  • Teachers
  • Club Leaders
  • Artists
  • Inventors

*This is both an indoor and outdoor event


By Kellie Ames

Palm Beach Tech launches new Resume Distributor

Need a tech job? Get your resume in front of employers with one click!

Palm Beach Tech was established to help build our community and share connections together! We developed the resume distributor in house, allowing anyone to upload resumes directly to tech company executives across the Palm Beaches.

“Palm Beach Tech has helped us hire both staff and interns in the past year, and this makes it even easier for us and our candidates,” said John Studdard, COO at Achieve.

  • For Job Seekers: It’s Free! So send your resume off today and let us know if you hear back.
  • For Educators: Pass the link along to your students to find internships and maybe their first job!
  • For Employers: Join the Palm Beach Tech Association and we’ll add you to the list!

“This tool allows us to match talent with opportunity like never before,” said Joe Russo, Executive Director of Palm Beach Tech. “Our members benefit from having unlimited access to our tech community.”

The resume distributor allows candidates to apply to hundreds of companies with the click of a button. All Palm Beach Tech Association members receive the resumes, review skills and qualifications, and connect with candidates. It’s that easy!

“We employ literally hundreds of technology professionals, but we’re always looking for our next hire,” said Michael Fowler, Vice President of Information Management at NextEra Energy Resources and PBT’s Education Committee Chair.

The project was completed with the help and guidance of many, including:


DROPBOX: (Link Here) Association Logo, Space Logo, Headshots, and Stock Photos.

The Palm Beach Tech Association is a non-profit membership association established in July, 2015 uniting and building the technology industry throughout Palm Beach County. Members include MyTaskit, Levatas, Florida Power & Light, and Achieve. For more, visit

By Joe Russo

Introducing the Palm Beach Tech Team

As Palm Beach Tech continues to thrive, especially with the addition of the Palm Beach Tech Space & #MadeInPBC program, we need to grow our team as well. Today, we’re proud to announce the addition of Brian Dapelo & Dana Fletcher to our ranks.


Brian Dapelo is Palm Beach Tech’s new Community Manager, overseeing the Palm Beach Tech Space and MadeInPBC Program.
Brian brings a substantial amount of operational, strategy, and business development experience to the organization. He began his career in the Financial sector in roles including Financial Advisory, Trading, and Portfolio Management before starting his own investment advisory firm.
He later began a career in Management Consulting at Pricewaterhouse Coopers in New York City, where he specialized in solving the most complex strategy and operations issues for major multinational corporations. Inevitably Brian began to feel called back to entrepreneurship and decided to become an Independent Management Consultant to help small to medium sized businesses take their ideas to market, streamline operations, and reach growth goals.
Brian received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and his International MBA from Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School in Madrid, Spain. He enjoys outdoor and ocean-specific activities, including surfing, fishing, hunting, and marksmanship. He also enjoys discussing geopolitics and beating people at chess on a regular basis.


Dana Fletcher is Palm Beach Tech’s new Communications Coordinator, overseeing the organization’s communications and events, including the Palm Beach Tech Meetup.
She’ll be using her experience in event management and online campaigns to strengthen our community relations, manage our social media communications and coordinate our monthly events.
Dana recently returned from living in England after graduating from the University of Leeds with her MA in Human Resource Management and the University of Florida before that. She enjoys traveling and describes herself as an avid passport stamp collector.

Wyatt Olsen joined us from the Finance Program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He helped develop our MadeInPBC program while organizing budgets and finances for the organization.

After Rich Andrews earned his Master’s from Florida Atlantic University, he put his talents to work for Palm Beach Tech. His team also placed 2nd in the Palm Beach Tech Hackathon, developing an application for the South Florida Science Center.
He was crucial at developing the Palm Beach Tech Space and many of our recent initiatives, chipping in anyway, at anytime.

Darryl Jean joined us from the Computer Science program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He worked on upgrading the Palm Beach Tech website with a new member portfolio and map plugin pivotal to showcasing our members and industry.

Paul Clements developed the Global Entrepreneur Week website and maintained websites for both Palm Beach Tech and The KTCHN. He’s a graduate of the Palm Beach Code School and Florida Atlantic University.

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Russo: Palm Beach Tech will adopt Code of Ethics
Palm Beach Tech hires Nancy Dahlberg as Contributing Writer
Announcing our 2018 Legislative Priorities
New Year, New Perks: Introducing Our New Councils
Palm Beach Tech Hires 1, Promotes 2 Staff Members
Pitch Competition to feature 8 Local Startups
Announcing the Palm Beach Tech Pitch Competition | $10k in Prizes
Palm Beach Tech Appoints New Leadership
Celebrating Palm Beach Tech’s 2nd Birthday!
Mentor Day: Providing Benefits to Local Entrepreneurs
Spring 2017 Interns: Thanks For The Memories
Palm Beach Tech Launching Volunteer Initiative
Calling All Makers!
Palm Beach Tech launches new Resume Distributor
Introducing the Palm Beach Tech Team