June 2020 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Some employers acted strategically to keep their employees engaged; others seem to have worried more about the bottom line.
Profile: The Motwani Family
The Motwani family's first venture in Florida landed them in a fix - but ultimately on a trajectory they've ridden from mom-and-pop motels to luxury hotel and condo towers.
ECOncrete requires less energy to make and promotes healthy marine life.
Hard Rock Stadium's CEO aims to eliminate single-use plastics from its operations.
RGF makes mroe than 500 products to clean air, water and food, but COVID-19 is keeping it busy at the moment.
A year-old green chamber aims to make sustainability easy for its members.
Kalera's hydroponic lettuce farm makes growing predictable and sustainable.
15 Northwest Florida lodging facilities commit to the state's green program.
Adapting to change
I have been impressed with how well our staff has acclimated to the current work-from-home environment.
"I always had a feeling that we could do more."
The saga of the Rodman Dam will enter its 50th year in a few months.
Orlando's new UCF/Valencia downtown campus is at the leading edge of a trend that's seen universities become community economic engines.
USF's med school is a vital piece of Jeff Vinik's remake of downtown Tampa.
UCF's interim President Thad Seymour steered the school through a series of crises before making way for its new president.
Around the State
Prepared for Remote Learning
Superintendent Alberto Carvalho made investments in technology a priority.
Viva Del Ray
Former golf course makes way for new homes.
How businesses are coping during the coronavirus pandemic.
A doctor's appointment incident inspires a pen sanitation device.
Covering for a Mask Shortage
UF Health develops an alternative for N95 masks
Gulf Power launches a program that uses drones to inspect power lines.
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