July 2023 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
65 Years of Florida Trend
A Florida historian reflects on the state's promise and challenges over the past 65 years.
Demographics, politics, the economy and more in 1958 vs. 2023.
Key events that have shaped the state as we know it.
Former Florida Trend editors and publishers look back.
Fifty-three years ago, Florida Trend founder Harris Mullen penned a letter to his daughter Julie. As the magazine turns 65, she replies.
Experts in their Field provide perspectives on the decade ahead.
Reading Between the Lines
Lawyers for Literacy sees a lot of book value in teaching kids to read.
The new president of the Florida Bar says education and mentoring can keep attorneys out of trouble.
A Tallahassee team goes to battle for veterans in need of legal help.
Steven D. Rubin helps connect legal aid staff attorneys with legal experts
Regional Economic Profile
Amid high growth, Polk re-envisions itself as a centralized urban hub.
65 Years and Counting
It is an honor to lead an organization with roots going back 65 years.
"Everybody is either older, or God willing, is going to be."
Innovation's Past is Prologue
Harris Mullen saw a statewide business community ready to take off.
Florida's Top 350
Florida's top 350 public and private companies.
The state's biggest publicly traded companies, ranked by revenue.
The state's biggest privately held companies, ranked by revenue.
Miami litigator Aaron Podhurst became one of the world's leading plane crash attorneys and a steady presence of unimaginable events over the decades.
Upping the Ante
Joey Levy's tech startup Betr, sees big opportunity in the niche market of microbetting.
LEGAL ELITE NOTABLES
This inagural NOTABLES section profiles 90 managing partners from across the state.
Around the State
Florida's tripical island chain markes its 200th anniversary.
Island Plan Revival
Nitin Motwani and his partners have big plans for Watson Island.
The Art of Play
Fun in Motion brings "movement-inspired" toys to the world.
Floating Solar Farm
Duke Energy Florida has turned a former phosphate mining pit into a solar farm.
Saving Sea Cows
Brevard Zoo is working on ways to help the state's embattled manatees.
FSCJ and The Arc have created a program to help adults with intellectual and development differences.
All Hands on Deck
A Leon County commissioner says Amazon is about to go on a hiring spree.
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