The City of Orlando and the Orlando Economic Partnership (Website) is currently accepting applications for their collaborative Orlando Technology Community Support Program.

The program provides matching grants of up to $10,000 to help develop tech-focused events that “… unite the community and the local tech workforce.”

Qualifying pitches must include the four key goals of the initiative:

  • Building the tech talent pipeline
  • Catalyzing private capital investments
  • Increasing connection and collaboration among start-up and existing tech companies
  • Increasing Orlando’s reputation as a tech hub

A panel of judges will include Sydney Rossman-Reich, managing partner PRN; Kathy Chiu, managing partner DeepWork Capital; Stacie Ruth, senior vice president of virtual care, Best Buy Health; Orrett Davis, founder, Mighty Orbit; and Matthew Broffman, director of innovation, City of Orlando.

Click HERE for more information.

All applications must be submitted by midnight on Friday, January 8, 2021.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of

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