March 2023 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Cathie Wood became one of the financial world's most recognizable leaders for backing the technologies she thinks will drive global change in the coming years.
A Ukranian company shifts gears from laser tag to simulation training and opens a branch in Orlando.
FPL's deal with an Israeli drone company leads to a 100-employee base in Riviera Beach.
Israeli digital forensics company Cellebrite provides tools for Florida detectives.
Digital marketing firm Sahara takes a European approach to business in the U.S.
Jacksonville comes in at No. 8 in a ranking of foreign business-friendly cities.
Red Carpet for Foreign Companies
ST Engineering has two large maintenance hangers in Pensacola and is building two more.
A family looks to the Sunshine State as a springboard for its northern expansion plans.
Wasting No Time
An Orlando startup wants to help restaurateurs and provide a social benefit at the same time.
Tallahassee has become an attractive choice for international companies and startups alike.
Beacons of Hope
Access to trusted, quality health care is important to all of us; especially for our children.
Jenson Van Emburgh
"I hate to lose more than I love to win."
A Really Big Deal
For Symphonic Distribution, creativity and artistry keeps flowing.
While the Legislature addressed property insurance during special sessions last year, work remains as premiums continue to rise and insurers bail out.
Health care: Lingering effects
A solar microgrid project in one neighborhood provides relieve when the power goes off.
Technology is helping to keep nearby waterways cleaner.
It Takes a Community
Once a dropout factory, Evans High School in Orlando has become a model for how to turn around poor-performing schools across the state.
MBA programs across Florida are adapting to the changing needs of students and employers by developing niche studies to build deep expertise in a variety of sectors.
Around the State
Spring training is the most optimistic time of the year, when even the unlikely seems likely.
Small businesses are the "heartbeat" of South Florida's economy.
A FAU professor and his team picked up $1.2M to improve their prosthetic hand.
School of Fish
The Guy Harvey Academy of Arts & Science has opened near Bradenton.
Business in a Box
Apopka-based company has sold almost 1000 of its ice vending machines.
St. Augustine will receive $750K towards repairs to its municipal marina.
Florida research scientists are making advancements in exoskeleton projects.
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