April 2022 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida's population is growing faster than its physician workforce. Filling the gap will require a range of responses.
PODS founder Peter Warhurst reinvented moving and storage once. Now he's at it again.
The State of Banking
"Most Florida banks are in good shape, I don't think consumers are going to lose sleep over mortgage interest rates going from 3.5% to 3.75%"
Longtime banker Jorge Gonzalez sees plenty of opportunities ahead.
Despite the specter of rising rates, growth in Florida is expected to continue.
Fairwinds exec Phil Tischer looks ahead.
Locality Bank founders see an opening in the market.
Climate First Bank CEO Ken LaRoe foresees a good year for banking.
Staking a Claim to Tech
I had the pleasure of participating in the Synapse Summit 2022.
"Starting with no is something I don't believe in."
A colleague suggested I write about Floridians I consider most influential in the past 25 years.
Read Hayes built a Gainesville think tank into the world's leading center for finding ways to stop retail theft.
Young Miami entrepreneur provides support system for startup founders.
A side-by-side comparison of post-secondary education options across the state.
Around the State
April is the inagural Miami Tech Month.
One Stop for Boat Buyers
Telemedicine entrepreneurs create an online platform for boat sales.
St Pete's first ever NFT home sale brought in 210 ethereum.
Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center unveils "acoustically perfect" concert hall.
Experimental lightweight concrete creates panels resembling marble, brick or stone.
A Cut Above
FSU alum wins $300K deal with Shark Tank investor.
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