August 22, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 9/24/2013

› Florida TechXpo coming to Florida Tech in October
The event is an exposition of the technology and innovations created by 100 national and international technology and manufacturing companies, and support organizations throughout Florida. These firms will display their products and services to other companies looking for resources and suppliers.

› Apparel business targets sports fans
After spending many years conducting marketing and corporate sponsorship for businesses such as Foot Locker, the National Football League and VIBE Magazine, Boca Raton resident Gary R. Lewis has launched his own business, HybrID Sports America.

› Scientific drone missions tested in Keys sanctuary
Federal officials have been testing the use of drones for monitoring environmental conditions and wildlife in marine sanctuaries, including the one off the Florida Keys.

› Three simple steps to improve your LinkedIn effectiveness
Just like any other business tool, LinkedIn doesn't work by itself. Simply building a LinkedIn profile doesn't automatically lead to results. One of the most important pieces of advice for an individual or business interested in LinkedIn is to be strategic with your use of LinkedIn.

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