Shirl Penney, Rhea Law and more tapped to speak at Synapse Summit 2024

The sixth annual Synapse Summit, an event that connects, catalyzes and celebrates Florida’s innovation leaders, held February 28, at Amalie Arena, in Downtown Tampa, has released its schedule for the 2024 event.

Speakers for this year’s event will include Shirl Penney, chief executive officer of Dynasty Financial Partners, Lauren Weiner, founder of WWC Global, Andrew Koenig, CEO of City Furniture, and Rhea Law, president of the University of South Florida.

“Synapse has been steadfast in its mission to enable Florida’s innovation leaders to thrive,” said Lauren Prager, chief executive officer of Synapse Florida. “Synapse Summit is not just an event. It’s a beacon for Florida’s tech and business communities, shining a light on the path to innovation and success. It’s where we come together to learn, connect and be inspired.”

This year’s event will also highlight topics and features throughout the day, including a discussion on artificial intelligence, space exploration, the Summit’s Innovation Awards and its expo.

Sponsors for the expo Duke Energy, FPL, Jabil, Tampa General Hospital and Verizon. Additionally, the event hosts over 150 sponsors and exhibitors traveling from across the state – including startups.

For more information, the full agenda and tickets information, visit www.synapsesummit.com

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