Award-winning coverage includes company and personal profiles, investigative reports on business and public policy, economic forecasts, industry outlooks and executive lifestyle features. Regular monthly columns include Tallahassee Trend (politics and public policy); Trendsetters; Around the State (regional news); Florida Lifestyles; Dining; Getaways; The Arts & Entertainment; Of Counsel (the law in Florida).
The editorial staff of Florida Trend recognizes Florida’s most influential business leaders spanning across more than 60 business categories. The editorial selection of the 500 executives was based on extensive contacts in regional business circles, hundreds of interviews and months of research, culminating in a highly selective biographical guide to the people who really run Florida.
Purchase a copy of the second edition of the Florida 500: This immense, year-long research initiative by the editors of Florida Trend has resulted in a personal, engaging look at the state’s most influential business leaders.
This latest edition of Business Florida is a must-read for the business executive who wants to take a closer look at Florida's business advantages. Content features the top five reasons to do business in Florida, plus eight regional round-ups and an in-depth report on research and innovation.
Produced in partnership with Enterprise Florida and the Florida Economic Development Council, Business Florida includes TopRank Florida Business Leaders -- Florida Trend’s most popular business lists -- plus contact information for county and regional economic development resources.
The Florida Trend guide to starting and growing a business offers practical advice, ideas and success stories to help small businesses operate effectively and profitably.
Features include the Business Toolbox and “dba Florida,” the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations’ Reference Guide to Doing Business in Florida.
Florida Trend's NEXT: Your Future After High School in Florida is the only magazine written specifically for Florida students in 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades.
NEXT helps students make sound decisions about their educational and career choices with scholarship tips, info on 225 colleges and career schools and the “College and Career Planner.”
Now in its 11th year, NEXT has earned the widespread support of students, parents, educators, counselors, government leaders and business executives.