Panama City Beach, FL – June 23, 2016 – TechFarms celebrated the grand opening of its tech incubator today and attracted more than 175 attendees. The group consisted of business leaders, investors, potential entrepreneurs and others interested in touring the facilities and seeing the new products under development. The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce was on hand to perform the ribbon cutting ceremonies. Although the incubator officially opened in early 2015, the facilities have been under construction since then as new offices, prototyping labs, and a separate metal/woodworking facility have been added. TechFarms currently occupies two 5,000 sq.-ft. buildings and is planning to add additional space in 2017. Continue reading “TechFarms Celebrates Grand Opening Event”
As summer draws to a close and fall and winter draw near, local tech startups prepare for the long road ahead.
Although Panama City is known for its hot summers, beautiful beaches, and spring breakers, it is becoming renowned along the Emerald Coast for its ability to launch successful technology businesses. The Business Innovation Center (BIC) on the FSU satellite campus and TechFarms, LLC, an independent for profit entity, both serve as incubators for tech startups in this community. Continue reading “Panama City Isn’t Just A Beach, It’s A Destination For Tech Startups”