February 2020 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
It turns out that Millennials want a yard for the kids and suburban schools just as their parents and grandparents did.
Modernizing Medicine is on its way to $200 million in revenue from just $29,000 10 years ago.
Seven years ago, Richard and Lawrence Lamondin could have been forgen for wanting to quit...
Before founding Strategic Digital Services, Matt Farrar was a lobbyist; Joe Clements worked for the Republican party of Florida.
Mike Vedder left USF after a year to work in a variety of jobs before co-founding Vedder Holsters.
Viv Helwigs's business specializes in hard-to-find alloys, grades and sizes.
Pyure supplies organic stevia to some of the largest brands in the U.S.
Hitting Our Stride
With the holidays over, focus again turns to business.
“I'm pretty unassuming. Just a regular guy."
Diners who want to eat local are going where the crops are.
By the Numbers
Florida's economy is a lot more sophisticated than ag and tourism.
Economic Backbone - Cardiac Care
Heart disease deaths are rising among middle-aged Floridians. A close look at the data shows where - and why.
Collier County has seen the rate of heart disease deaths plummet.
After suffering a heart attack at age 37, Angel Vazquez got moving and completely revamped his diet.
Bay Medical Center-Sacred Heart is giving cardiac patients new ways to treat common heart conditions.
Orange Park Medical Center now has two electrophysiology labs.
Around the State
Creating Student Teachers
An entrepreneur's platform helps students teach each other.
Grain & Barrel Spirits
Matti Christian Anttila's company posted $4 million in sales last year.
A Moffitt doctor enlists Ringling students to help patients prepare for medical procedures.
Blood Analysis in Space
miDiagnostics prototype may be able to give astronauts instant results in space.
Mayo Clinic Florida expects to have three ex-vivo lung perfusion systems installed.
UWF researchers are developing tech to aid handlers' communication with military and law enforcement dogs.
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