June 28, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida tourism officials consider Trump impact on travel

Visit Florida board members expressed concern this week over the potential international impact of President Donald Trump on the travel industry.

Gov. Scott appoints Jonathan Zachem to lead business regulatory agency

Gov. Rick Scott appointed Jonathan Zachem as Secretary of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

Pan American Sports Organization set to open in Miami

The Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), now being referred to as PanamSports, is set to open offices in Miami in July.

Tallahassee is 'art buyer capital' of U.S. on art sales site

Topping Miami and even New York City, a report released last week by Artfinder found Tallahassee to be the "art buying capital of the U.S."

SpaceX plans expansion of rocket refurbishing facilities in Florida

SpaceX wants to expand its Florida facilities to shorten the turnaround time for its reusable rocket boosters.

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Amazon Prime Now’s new Wynwood hub
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