TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet, Governor Rick Scott recognized Terrence Donnelly, 30, with the Young Entrepreneur Award. Terrence is the co-founder and CEO of Teeps, a mobile phone application development company. Teeps was founded in December 2012 and is based in Orlando.

Governor Rick Scott said, “I’m proud to present Terrence Donnelly with the Young Entrepreneur Award today. It’s great to see entrepreneurs like Terrence follow their dreams of starting a business in our state. It takes dedication and hard work to start a business, and Teeps is on the path of continued growth and success.”

Terrence Donnelly, co-founder and CEO of Teeps, said, “It’s an honor to be recognized with the Governor’s Young Entrepreneur Award. Our talented team at Teeps works incredibly hard to build world class mobile applications for our clients. I look forward to enabling visionary businesses to reach further, I’m grateful for the success we have seen, and I can’t wait to create more high paying jobs in our beautiful state.”

To learn more about Teeps, visit Teeps.org. To learn more about the Governor’s Young Entrepreneur Award, visit HireFloridaGrads.com.




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