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Kin Insurance, an insurance technology company with a growing presence in St. Petersburg, has raised $35 million in a Series B funding round. Kin plans to use the new funding for a national rollout of its Kin Interinsurance Network for homeowners policies. The Kin Interinsurance Network, piloted in Florida, is a reciprocal exchange, or a...
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KnowBe4 in Clearwater has now made the Inc. 5000 list for five years in a row. For A-LIGN in Tampa, it’s the fourth consecutive year. The two companies are among 92 businesses in the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metro area on the 2020 Inc. 5000, a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. Companies...
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Wearable technology designed to treat depression has won a “breakthrough device” designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The Relivion system, developed by Neurolief, is a non-invasive multi-channel brain neuromodulation technology. It is designed as an additional treatment to pharmaceutical management of major depressive disorder in adults who have not achieved satisfactory improvement from...
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A University of South Florida professor has collaborated with NASA on a system that converts human waste to fertilizer and water and would allow astronauts to grow fresh vegetables in space. It could help establish a permanent presence on the moon, a news release said. The Organic Processor Assembly, developed by Daniel Yeh, a civil...
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TypTap, a Tampa-based technology-enabled homeowners and flood insurance underwriter, could have a valuation topping $1 billion by the end of 2020. That would make TypTap, a subsidiary of HCI Group Inc. (NYSE: HCI) , the latest tech unicorn in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area. TypTap, which just announced a national expansion, is HCI’s engine for growth,...
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Health care technology professionals have been working for years to get patients and physicians to embrace virtual visits over the internet. The Covid-19 pandemic was a pivot point to bring telehealth to the forefront, according to panelists at Disrupt the Bay, a conference focused on healthcare technology. Jason Swoboda Telehealth has been around for years,...
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A committee that advises federal security regulators says it needs to be easier for women and minority-owned small businesses to get funding for their young companies. The SEC Small Business Capital Formation Advisory Committee approved a recommendation Tuesday that calls on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to take a lead role in increasing diversity...
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XiByte, a Tampa-based startup, is gearing up to release Maya 2.0, an updated version of its artificial intelligence-powered advisor and a virtual assistant for entrepreneurs. The new release has a gamification feature that motivates entrepreneurs and startups to push forward, said Sat Ramphal, cofounder and CEO of XiByte. Sat Ramphal, cofounder and CEO, XiByte That’s...
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The new CEO of PowerChord is expanding the software company’s focus. PowerChord will work with local schools to make sure they are training students in the software language the company uses, said William “Bill” Volmuth, who was promoted to CEO in July. The sales team will get in front of its customers more, while Volmuth...
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Leaders at KnowBe4, ReliaQuest and Abacode are getting national notice for their work to protect the online security of businesses and consumers. Stu Sjouwerman Stu Sjouwerman, founder and CEO of KnowBe4, testified before a U.S. Senate committee looking at cyber scams related to Covid-19. “Covid-19 has quickly reshaped the cyber threat landscape. For example, over...
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