New Look! New Feel! New Website for the St. Pete Innovation District!

The St. Pete Innovation District is excited to announce the release of our new website.  The new site offers a fresh new look and easier navigation into our community. We are using a responsive design which means you will find the same information and essentially the same look whether you’re using your desktop, tablet or smart phone!

Explore our site and enjoy learning about the Innovation District including the six pillars around which we organize our efforts: marine science, life science, data & technology, art, education, and entrepreneurship.  We are particularly excited about the new section featuring our initiatives including the Ocean Team, Youth STEAM, and Smart Cities.

The site contains integrated social media buttons for Blog, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram to foster improved communication with the everyone. We will be constantly updating our content with helpful information, articles, blogs, partnership announcements and collaborations.

We are sure that in the new website you will find all the information that you need. You can reach us to share feedback or ask a question via the Contact Us page on the site: https://www.stpeteinnovationdistrict.com/.

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