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|SFBJ - Money Roundup: Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance performance by the numbers|
|Monday, March 2, 2020|
|By Ashley Portero – Reporter, South Florida Business Journal
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance helped bring more than a dozen companies and 2,000 jobs to Broward County between 2018 and 2019, according to the organization’s 2019 annual report.
Companies the Alliance helped relocate to or expand in Broward County
|Hospitality tech company opens headquarters in South Florida, adds 70 jobs |
|Wednesday, February 26, 2020|
|Representatives from Shiji Group, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and the city of Hollywood were in attendance for the company's Feb. 18 ribbon cutting. DOWNTOWN PHOTO
By Ashley Portero – Reporter, South Florida Business Journal
Hospitality technology provider Shiji Group opened a corporate headquarters in Hollywood Tuesday, bringing 70 new|
|Executive Profile: FLL CEO Mark Gale on his love of the aviation industry |
|Wednesday, February 5, 2020|
|CEO Mark Gale at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. JOCK FISTICK
By Matthew Arrojas – Reporter, South Florida Business Journal, February 5, 2020
Mark Gale’s first foray into the world of aviation came right out of high school when he joined Altair Airlines. But after weeks of training, his instructor called to tell him he|
|Engineering Firm Consolidates Operations at New Miami-Area Headquarters Broward County Industrial Investment Near Record High|
|Tuesday, February 4, 2020|
|By Paul Owers, CoStar News.
A 51-year-old engineering firm is growing its workforce as part of a recent move to larger digs northwest of Miami.
Decimal Engineering paid $9 million last year for a nearly 80,000-square-foot manufacturing and headquarters facility at 4300 Coral Ridge Drive in Coral Springs. The firm previously leased two buildings in nearby|
|Now Hiring (Fort Lauderdale Magazine)|
|Saturday, February 1, 2020|
|By Mike Seemuth
The economic expansion since the Great Recession is aging but hardly extinguished, hushing recession talk amid historically low unemployment rates. But as the region’s economy grows and diversifies, leaders warn of the need to develop and improve everything from higher education links to infrastructure.
Ten years ago, Fort Lauderdale|
|Infrastructure critical to growing Florida economy|
|Friday, January 31, 2020|
By Bob Swindell
Florida continues to rank as one of the best places to live, work and call home. In addition to residents that already call Florida home, retirees move here to enjoy our quality of life, students are moving here to attend one of the best college and university systems in the country, and more businesses are relocating to|
|Technology companies hungry for talent at 8th annual ITPalooza|
|Monday, January 20, 2020|
|Hiring managers were eager for applicants at the eighth annual ITPalooza convention, which attracted nearly 1,500 professionals to the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in early December.
The convention comes during a time of record-low unemployment rates across the tri-county region, and when the majority of South Florida IT|
|DeSantis attends groundbreaking ceremony for new Spirit Airlines headquarters|
|Thursday, January 9, 2020|
|DANIA BEACH, Fla. – Gov. Ron DeSantis attended a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday morning for the new Spirit Airlines headquarters in Dania Beach.
DeSantis, Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez and Spirit Airlines President and CEO Ted Christie were among the officials who stuck shovels into the ceremonial dirt at the future site of the low-fare airline carrier's|
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