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BRIC Announces Programming Board, Strengthens Community Ties

Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has tapped prominent business and community leaders to serve on its Programming Board, with a focus on developing unique events for the community and BRIC tenants. Crocker Partners, which owns BRIC – the 1.7 million-square-foot former IBM campus -- established the Board to advance the campus' role as "a place where innovation happens."

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TEDxBocaRatonSalon: Ctrl + Alt + Delete Inventor Speaks

Ctrl + Alt + Delete is the “invention” essential to billions of personal computer users, worldwide, for nearly 40 years. Not only is its inventor, Dr. Dave Bradley, a question to a final Jeopardy answer in 2002, but he is also one of the “original 12” who built the personal computer. These two legacies have propelled Bradley (or Dr. Dave as many IBMers affectionately call him), into a cultural icon of sorts.

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BRIC is SFBJ's Terry Stiles Deal of the Year Winner

To Angelo Bianco at Crocker Partners, the Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has stood out since its inception decades ago when it was touted for its Marcel Breuer architecture and housed IBM and its invention of the personal computer. Today, the 1.7 million-square-foot office park is the largest in the state, and one of the most advanced.

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BRIC Provides Space To The Giving Tree Boca For Third-Consecutive Year

Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRIC) has welcomed The Giving Tree back to campus this month to prepare for their annual "Holiday Giving" program. The Giving Tree's mission is to provide holiday gifts for families in need. Their program consists of receiving wish lists from non-profits, case workers and low-income families...

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Boca Raton: IBM Pioneers Celebrate 50 Years

Nov 1, 2017

IBM is often credited with cementing the place on the map for this little city on the south end of Palm Beach County. And the company and an initial group of 12 engineers then went on to change the world...

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