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Summer Innovation Speakers Series

Summer Innovation Speakers Series

Florida’s inventors and innovators are leading the way in commercializing products across a wide variety of industries. So why is Florida so successful, and how can you benefit from innovators leading the way? The 2022 Summer Series has concluded, but you can still listen to our talented presenters discuss building an inclusive business community of innovators and inventors, trends, experiences, and how you can benefit from their expertise.

Here is the link to the Florida House YouTube channel, where you will find all of the recorded presentations.

And here is the USPTO Resources Guide August 2022.

We are proud to have James DiVirgilio as the moderator of this Series. He is one of the country’s leading fiduciary investors and financial planners, as well as the co-founder of Chacon Diaz & Di Virgilio Wealth Management. James has been featured on the world’s largest news networks, was a Gator 100 Honoree, and a 40 Gators under 40 Award Winner. James is also an adjunct professor at the University of Florida, the co-host of the Gator Nation Football Podcast, the co-host of Radio Cade, and on the Board of Directors for the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention.

This speaker’s series is once again sponsored by the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention, Florida House on Capitol Hill, and the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame and is designed to introduce Floridians to leading inventors building our state’s economy and to trends in innovation.

Florida House is currently open and ready to welcome visitors. Please note that we are subject to the guidelines set by the District of Columbia, although as of March 1, all guidelines have been lifted.

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