Adam Kaye is a serial entrepreneur who has studied International Business & Management at both Florida State University as well as the American University of Paris. For the past decade he has been the owner of Railroad Square Art Park, the largest private land-holding in Tallahassee’s urban core. During that time he also founded multiple companies in diverse sectors such as real estate development, hospitality, entertainment, & digital software technology. His most recent entrepreneurial ventures include founding a technology business incubator, SILICON TALLY, as well as developing a green-sustainable, urban live/work complex, the ART-TECH Hub. His passions include world culture (has lived in Beijing, Nice, Paris, & Miami), traveling (over 40 countries and counting), learning foreign languages (French & Mandarin Chinese), and theater (has performed directly “Off-Broadway” in NYC). His current mission is to leverage the untapped potential of Tallahassee’s innovators, tech entrepreneurs, and creative individuals in order to generate more communal wealth through the creation of startup companies with high-growth potential.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. MFA candidate Johnny Hunt organized the FSU TEDx Art&Soul talks: see more at youtube.com.