January 2021 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
As the population of veterans shrinks, states are competing to attract retired veterans, who bring big federal dollars and job skills. Florida is trying to stay at the top of the pack.
Veterans usually come strong with job skills but sometimes run into problems finding work due to misconceptions by some employers.
A 2017 report estimates there are 187,756 veteran-owned businesses in Florida generating $57.7 billion in annual sales.
How candidates with military backgrounds fared in elections across the state.
The Orlando Region
'Next Chapter of Growth'
As the post-pandemic landscape begins to unfold, eyes are focused forward on the horizon. And with optimism.
Bring on the New Year
While 2021 comes with a fair degree of uncertainty, it also offers much hope for a return to normalcy.
"Science is under attack for the same reason that American institutions are under attack. We live in a world of misinformation."
The GOP's effective Florida ground game was evident in the 2020 election.
Leaders across the state offer insights and perscectives on how the pandemic will affect their business secotrs in the year ahead.
The Underline, Miami Worldcenter, Marina redevelopment
Broward convention center, FPL, Legacy Park at Tradition
Midtown Tampa, Babcock Ranch, Mote Marine
I-4 expansion, Downtown Orlando, The Villages
The District, Baymeadows Park, Alachua County Fairgrounds
Tyndall AFB, Pensacola Bay Bridge, Baptist Health Care
An at-home test offers an alternative for some who are skittish about a colonoscopy.
Seaweed isn't exactly a staple food in the U.S. — but that could change.
A new therapy offers hope for triple-negative breast cancer patients.
Designer Galen Magee's donations, Moffitt's Growth, Sacread Heart's new tool.
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