The annual Synapse Summit is bringing together innovators and investors from across the globe to the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida on February 14, 2023.
With over 6,000 attendees, 800 investors and venture capitalists, 300 exhibitors and 150 speakers, the summit aims to inspire and energize the global innovation ecosystem by fostering impactful connections.
Among the keynote speakers at the event are Ally Love, a global ambassador with Peloton and entrepreneur, Steve Case, the co-founder of AOL and chairman and CEO of Revolution, and Phoebe Miles, daughter of Gatorade inventor and co-founder of the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention.
Dr. Andy Hafer, Co-Founder of Synapse, Johnny Crowder, Founder and CEO of Cope Notes, and Danielle Rushton, Lead Designer and CEO of Wherewithal this morning joined host Gayle Guyardo of the global health and wellness show Bloom to discuss what to expect at the summit and how participating has helped businesses grow.
The state of Florida is known for its thriving innovation and entrepreneurship scene, and for the past five years, the Synapse Summit has brought together this ecosystem to recognize successes, explore new innovations, and connect with each other.
The summit serves as a valuable tool for entrepreneurs and business leaders alike, providing opportunities for organizations to boost their brand awareness and establish themselves as key players in Florida’s innovation community. Participation in the event can be tailored to meet the specific needs of an organization, with various package options, including unique, customized opportunities to help them stand out throughout the year.
Grit Daily has been a media partner to Synapse Summit since 2019 and in 2023, founder and Executive Editor Jordan French will take the stage to moderate a panel.
For past coverage on Synapse Summit