The Board of Directors of the Greater Osceola Partnership for Economic Prosperity (GOPEP) took steps recently to transfer its assets and intellectual property to Osceola County.
The move was required when the City of St. Cloud voted to discontinue membership in the partnership. The Inter Local Agreement between the City of Kissimmee, the City of St. Cloud and Osceola County requires the organization to disband if any of the partners withdraw.
ORLANDO, Jan. 17, 2017 – The International Consortium for Advanced Manufacturing Research, known as ICAMR, announced Tuesday that it will officially do business as BRIDG, an acronym that captures the central mission of the innovative technology collective – “Bridging the Innovation Development Gap.”
Leaders say the new name better stands for what they do – connecting researchers and industry to accelerate the development of emerging technologies.
As he walks through what is now a large empty building made up of thick, explosion-proof concrete walls, Eamonn Hassett uses one word to describe a massive Osceola County project: Courage
Osceola County’s growing effort to become a hub for high-tech jobs is getting a big boost, with a global player in micro-electronics and nanotechnology opening a new office near Kissimmee with potentially more than 100 jobs.
Belgium’s Imec is set to announce Friday plans to have 100 scientists and personnel working at the fledgling Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center center, near Kissimmee, in the next five years.
Osceola County officials and members of the Brevard County Manatees’ ownership and management announced the Class A Florida State League team will move to Kissimmee, starting with the 2017 season.