October 21, 2021

Amy Martinez

Florida Trend Associate Editor • amartinez@floridatrend.com

Amy Martinez
Amy Martinez

Amy Martinez became an associate editor for Florida Trend in 2014. She works from Palm Beach County. Before coming to Trend, Amy wrote about e-commerce and the Pacific Northwest economy for the Seattle Times. A graduate of Florida State University, she also has been a business reporter for the Miami Herald, Stuart News, Palm Beach Post and Raleigh News and Observer.

Articles by Amy Martinez:

Scientists hope to make vanilla a cash crop in Florida
University of Florida scientists in Homestead hope to add a new crop to the state's agricultural portfolio.
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Called Celbrea TMD, the device consists of two disposable, sensor-filled discs designed to be used at home for 15 minutes as part of a self-care routine...
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TV, en Espanol
Spanish-language television — much of it produced in Miami — has become a battleground as the competitive landscape shifts toward streaming and on-demand viewing.
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Eight Sleep designs mattresses to improve sleep through thermoregulation
Backed by $85 million in private equity, Eight Sleep makes mattresses designed to improve sleep...
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Coral Gables initiates talks about burying power lines
The Coral Gables City Commission voted unanimously in June to launch a series of community workshops to engage residents in discussing...
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Miami startups: How they stack up
Successful startups need consumers, businesses and governments to buy their products and services...
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Entrepreneur Felice Gorordo is trying to reverse Miami's brain drain
Felice Gorordo's personal journey to becoming one of Miami's leading tech advocates embodies the trip he envisions for others...
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Boosted by eMerge Americas, Miami can finally boast of being a tech hub
In 2011, Miami entrepreneur Manny Medina took a family vacation in the Keys.
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In 2019, Miami-Dade County joined with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to bring together entrepreneurs, scientists...
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HoloLens glasses allow pediatric heart surgeons to see 3-D images of the heart
Pediatric heart surgeons at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami are using immersive technology to help with pre-operative planning...
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How Lake Eola’s swans became a symbol of Orlando
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The origin of the Lake Eola swans can be traced back to over one hundred years ago and their lineage includes one really bad bird.

 

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