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May 19, 2019

Southeast Florida Roundup

A Florida market for crafts from India

Mike Vogel | 4/26/2019

Mela’s goods are in approximately 5,000 stores in America, says founder and CEO Navroze Mehta. He won’t disclose sales volume. Plus news from around Southeast Florida: The city of Fort Lauderdale approved SeaQuest Aquarium’s plan to build an exhibit of 1,200 marine creatures, birds and reptiles at the Galleria mall on the site of a former Lord & Taylor store; Luxury home builder Toll Brothers promoted Southeast Florida Division Vice President Fred Pfister in Boca Raton to division president.

This story also features expert opinions, business briefs and people in the news: Mela Artisans; Navroze Mehta; Tricia Taylor; Denise Bober; Save Our Seas Foundation; Guy Harvey Research Institute; Joe Dorsey; Fred Pfister; SeaQuest Aquarium; Beacon Pharmaceutical; Ultimate Software; Scott Scherr; Christine Barney

 

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