A Little Less Talk, A Lot More Action: Why We're Betting on Tallahassee's Innovation District

The way to get started is to stop talking and begin doing.
— Walt Disney

We're going to keep this post short. There's a lot that could be said, but there's even more that needs to be done. Fortunate to meet this week with Mayor-Elect Andrew Gillum, we heard his vision for a more entrepreneurial city, and we walked through plans for Innovation District, our effort to break down silos and promote the remarkable work of Tallahassee's talented entrepreneurs, disruptive startups, and awesome local businesses. Through creative partnerships and stylized storytelling, we're going to showcase business and lifestyle in the District. We're going to do what it takes to retain our best and brightest.

For more on our meeting with Tallahassee's next mayor, check out the coverage via WCTV.

One thing is certain: this shift in culture and opportunity is happening, all around us, in real-time. We see it every day. We work in the heart of Tallahassee's growing startup community. We watch entrepreneurs hammer out code in the shadow of cranes along Gaines St.--both of them building our city's economy, both of them at once investing in our city's future. We're here to stay.

So tune in as we curate and deliver the Innovation District's most compelling stories. 

Now, if you'll excuse us, we have to get back to doing.  

Pictured (left to right): Lucas Lindsey, Karla Galvan, Mayor-Elect Andrew Gillum, & Ryan Kopinsky. 

Pictured (left to right): Lucas Lindsey, Karla Galvan, Mayor-Elect Andrew Gillum, & Ryan Kopinsky.