Tech business boot camp gears up at UF
As more businesses move in to Innovation Hub, others are building a solid foundation. WUFT-FM’s Samantha Kerrigan says entrepreneurs are drilling in the basics at a technology boot camp today.
University of Florida Tech Connect Program Coordinator Chris brown says the entrepreneurs who come out to the workshops will walk away with a defined sense of where to go with their business. Delta R Detection CEO Terry Dubroca says he was also able to gain a lot of connections to move his business forward. The boot camp will continue through tomorrow.
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