As seen on Tampa Bay Inno “Tampa-based FIBA accelerator wants to help restaurants and hotels with the labor crisis”
Like many companies, by the end of 2020, the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator knew there needed to be a change.
It’s not to say the accelerator program, which focused on Israeli companies, wasn’t hitting achievements. The program, founded in 2017, had worked with 60 companies, and many had expanded to Tampa Bay.
Read the full article on Tampa Bay Inno here.
Press Release: The Florida-Israel Business Accelerator & The Alan B. Levan | NSU Broward Center of Innovation Partner to Support Israeli Startups Expanding to South Florida
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