Sarasota, FL, August 2, 2010 — Rob Brady, CEO and Design Director of ROBRADY design, was chosen to participate in the 2010 Faces of Technology series hosted by the Florida High Tech Corridor. ROBRADY design was highlighted for their progressive design in multiple industries spanning from medical devices to electric vehicles.
Rob Brady, CEO and Design Director of ROBRADY design, was chosen to participate in the 2010 Faces of Technology series hosted by the Florida High Tech Corridor. ROBRADY design was highlighted for their progressive design in multiple industries spanning from medical devices to electric vehicles.
The Florida High Tech Corridor is highlighting entrepreneurs in the region that are developing innovative technologies with the potential to revolutionize the industry. These “Faces of Technology” interviews appear on the Faces of Technology YouTube channel, where viewers can watch these dynamic individuals tell their own stories. Each of these 16 professionals discusses how they are using technology to facilitate the growth and development of creativity in the region.
“These Faces of Technology profiles showcase the extraordinarily diverse high tech sectors in the region through the eyes of industry experts,” said Randy Berridge, president of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council. “They stand as testaments to the Corridor’s potential to significantly impact entire industries, if not the world. We are so proud that they call Florida’s High Tech Corridor home, and we salute their passion and commitment.”
The Florida High Tech Corridor Council (FHTCC) is an economic development initiative of the University of Central Florida (UCF), the University of South Florida (USF) and the University of Florida (UF) whose mission is to grow high tech industry and innovation through research, workforce and marketing partnerships. A partnership involving more than 20 local and regional economic development organizations (EDOs) and 14 community colleges, the Council is co-chaired by the presidents of UCF, USF and UF. The Council includes the presidents of two of the community colleges, the president of Florida Institute of Technology and representatives of high tech industry.