After serving as the University of Florida Student Body President and graduated almost two years ago that Jordan Johnson City abscond town to work for General Electric. Now he is back in Gainesville hosted as co-founder and president of Totuit, a company developing mobile applications on the new Central Florida Innovation at UF.
A little dedication, Johnson said the plant could help change the attitude of many graduates to leave Gainesville to have to start her career on hold.
He said that nobody thought it could start a dream where he grew up and attended school.
Three months after the center opened, gave UF a dedication to the establishment, dressed in speeches by officials included performances by dancers and a robot.
The office building of 48,000 square meters of houses UF technology licenses and serves as a platform for technology start-ups, 15 of whom already moved in.
Built on the former site of Shands AGH, the center is the centerpiece of a planned development of 40 hectares of space innovation aims to better connect the campus and downtown. UF President Bernie making, said the development is part of a "new, smooth Gainesville", the set, the differences between city and university in the past helps.
He said they have reached a common belief in the power of innovation to financial affluence, while the marked improvement in quality of life in Gainesville.
The devotion was full of empty words about the potential of the center of creation of high-wage, high-tech jobs of the upcoming in the region.