Micah Widen Presents DOMI Ventures


Our speaker at this month’s luncheon is Micah Widen. He will be discussing DOMI Ventures, a local incubator opening May 1st, 2014.

Micah is a social entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience in a vast array of industries. Most relevant as a partner and CEO of Domi Ventures, LLC; a new startup incubator in Tallahassee, FL.  Micah has an unyielding passion for creating relationships that drive growth in communities and is currently serving as a board member for Capital City Youth Services.

The mission of DOMI Ventures (www.domiventures.co) is to create an environment where high-growth entrepreneurs can develop and become sustainable companies by providing education, mentoring, a network of resources, capital, a collaborative working environment (Domi Station) and business services aimed at accelerating business success.

Come to the TalTech Luncheon on April 16th to hear more about DOMI Ventures.

Fundraising Event at Madison Social

Join us at Madison Social by FSU on March 3rd from 5-7pm as we host our fundraising event for TalTech Alliance and a charity to honor the life of Curtis Clifford. Amanda Kuff and Shelby Howard will be bartending the event and 100% of the tips will be donated.  The event time is concurrent with their great happy hour specials! Hope to see you there! For more information or to RSVP, please email AmandaKuff@Taltech.org


Thank You CenturyLink

TalTech Alliance would like to thank CenturyLink for their Diamond Sponsorship of this year’s TechExpo “TE3: Entrepreneurship, Education, and Enlightenment”. CenturyLink has been the Diamond Sponsor since the first TechExpo and TalTech honors their loyalty.

We look forward to an amazing event this year with double the attendance and triple the media coverage. If you would like to be a speaker or if you’d like to sponsor the event, please visit the NEW TechExpo website: TalTechExpo.com or contact AmandaKuff@Taltech.org


Arresting Technology- Leon County Sheriff’s Office on Technology

TalTech Alliance will be hosting the Leon County Sheriff’s Office for the first luncheon of the year at the Capital City Country Club. This event, sponsored by Carousel Industries, will demonstrate how the Sheriff’s Department utilizes and integrates emerging technology to enforce the law and keep Tallahassee safe. Guest speakers Major Michael Wood, Director of the Law Enforcement Division, and Gene Griffin, Chief Administrative Officer, will be discussing how tax dollars and grant monies are spent on local technology industries to maintain these operations. Not to mention, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office bomb truck, patrol car, and helicopter will be “on the scene” demonstrating various atypical, technologies that keep us protected. Register now through the “Upcoming Events” tab. P.S. There will be robots.