August 2021 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Miami-Dade's Alberto Carvalho built a national reputation upending the school model.
The pandemic accelerated a national trend toward more choice in education.
Changes and trends as Florida's cruise industry prepares for what is shaping up to be a record-setting 2022.
Island residents clash with the industry, Legislature and the governor over cruise restrictions.
Delving into the Heart
HoloLens glasses allow doctors to see virtual images of the heart in 3-D.
Orlando Health's spina bifida fetal surgery program is showing promising results.
Pensacola gets a pediatric care center.
Children's hospital expansion is expected to be finished next year.
Program addresses the rise in mental health issues among children and teens.
Protection against HPV has fallen dramatically during the pandemic.
Nemours aims to take children's health care beyond hospital walls.
Full Steam Ahead
For many of us, business activity never slowed during the pandemic.
"Good people are fighting for a free, independent and democratic Cuba ... and I hope that I'm still part of that fight."
Vices and Virtues
A recent news story out of Tennessee took me back to the early years of my career.
Best Companies to Work For in Florida
Executives at six winning companies talk about how COVID has changed their workplaces.
250 or more employees
50 to 249 employees
Fewer than 50 employees
Circle of Success
The Taste of Immokalee entrepreneurship program helps students thrive as it gives back to the local community.
A Different Model
Dr. Phillips Charities combines traditional philanthropy with real estate development to fund Central Florida non-profits.
Greater Daytona Region
Volusia County, spanning 16 cities and 1,432 square miles, is in the midst of a growth spurt.
Around the State
A Health Care A.I. Hub
A Miami-based non-profit aims to bring together entrepreneurs, scientists and investors to solve health challenges.
A Luxury Gamble Pays Off
Related Group's decision to build an oceanfront condo in Pompano Beach looks to be paying off.
Marie Selby begins its expansion.
Protecting the Grid
An Orlando cyber-security firm focuses on utilities and otehr government customers.
A Sweet Solution
Mars Wrigley is the latest company to partner with Danimer Scientific to develop biodegradable product packaging.
Science and Soldiers
The Institute for human and Machine Cognition has been awarded a research grant from DARPA.
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