Tampa Bay's Technology Community

Radically Connected®

This community is brilliant, thriving, and above all, welcoming. I hope you'll join us and discover what being radically connected is all about.
JILL ST. THOMAS, CEO
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About

Our Mission

Tampa Bay Tech is a non-profit technology council engaging and uniting the local technology community for 21 years. Through our memberships and partnerships, our mission is to build a radically connected, flourishing tech hub where opportunity is abundant for all.

We are the go-to resource for tech news and events in the Tampa Bay Area

With over 125 member companies representing the region’s 110,000+ tech employees – as well as thousands of students within the area’s colleges and universities – Tampa Bay Tech provides annual programming, networking and initiatives to support everyone working in our flourishing tech ecosystem.

We are

Visionary, Forward-Thinking and Progressive
Inclusive, Open and Relationship Focused
Actively Engaged and Fanatical About Tech
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Tech in the

News

Evidence of Need for an Opioid Alternative Researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus developed a prediction model to help providers identify patients at higher risk of progressing to chronic opioid use following their hospital stay.  … Read more
Published on 2022-05-25
Source: inSync
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Published on 2022-05-25
Source: florida high tech
While the price of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) representing digital art has dropped precipitously back to earth after skyrocketing last year, a panel of experts believes the future is still bright for the innovative technology. Ken Evans, managing director for the Tampa Bay Innovation Center, moderated a virtual TECH Talk Tuesday… Read more
Published on 2022-05-25
Source: Catalyst (Innovate)
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