Why have an Innovation Center in Murrieta? Innovation grows the economy. Innovative technology and creative entrepreneurs bring increased productivity, new jobs and resources. Many of the technologies in the not so distant past have created multi-million dollar industries from just an idea. Murrieta hopes to encourage spaces for local creativity and entrepreneurship to bring potential growth from innovative technology and new business.   Silicon Valley and Bio-Tech in San Francisco and Boston The three most
The Murrieta Innovation Center is an incubator owned and operated by the City of Murrieta. A hub utilizing open work space, government partnerships, and programs for organizations and emerging technology companies. Currently, low-cost space and resources for healthcare and medical device technology companies are the mainstay of the MIC. While these companies call the innovation center home, it remains a resource for any emerging businesses, entrepreneurs, and other groups to meet, create, network, hold workshops or
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Recently Shrini "Chris" Keskar, co-founder of Innoflexion Technologies, was featured in CIO Review Magazine. We are proud to call Shrini one of our own and congratulate him on this great article. CIO Review is "The Navigator for Enterprise Solutions" and also named Innoflexion Technologies as on of 20 Most Promising Enterprise Mobility Solution Providers in 2016. Click here to view the article.
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Come join us at the !MurrietaInnovationCenter Thursday May 19th @ 5:30 for our 3rd, free "Shoutzzabrew Workshop" (!shouttag + pizza + microbrews). What the heck is a "Shoutzzabrew Workshop"? It's a fun event where we show you how to use !shouttag, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to increase your social media influence, by offering pro-tips on: When and what to post How to #hashtag Capitalize on trends Re-engage with a Shout! And much more Increasing your social media influence increases followers and
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Murrieta Business Roundtable May 18, 2016 8:00 - 9:00 am Elisa has over 25 years combined professional experience in both the corporate and academic environments, managing both people and projects.  This included working with start-ups from the ground up, as well as leading a faculty pool of 300 for the largest school of business, University of Phoenix Campus in Southern California.  During her professional career, Elisa observed the effects of burnout on the individual, especially
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