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|How the region can further fuel tech growth|
|Monday, June 10, 2019|
|The Panelists- Front row: Michael Udine, Will Fleming and John Machado. Back row: Bob Swindell, Lonnie Maier, Bob Fitts, Bob White and David Coddington
Diversity, collaboration, a sense of energy, great weather and low taxes are some of the factors fueling the growth of the technology scene in South Florida, according to a panel convened by SFBW and|
|SFBJ celebrates 2019 Business of Pride Awards|
|Friday, June 7, 2019|
|By Emon Reiser – Digital Producer, South Florida Business Journal
The SFBJ Business of Pride Class of 2019 VIEW SLIDESHOW (72 photos)
After accepting their awards on stage Thursday, honorees shared personal stories with the audience. Many stressed the importance of being openly LGBTQ in the workplace as a way to fend off discrimination|
|OESBD Receives U.S. Highest Export Award|
|Monday, June 3, 2019|
|At a ceremony in Washington, D.C. Thursday, May 23rd, the Office of Economic and Small Business Development (OESBD) received the President's "E" Award for their outstanding contributions to U.S. exports. For the past four years, OESBD has been committed to export expansion through its innovative International Trade initiatives that have a broad impact.|
|Seminole Hard Rock seeks 1200 new workers for guitar-hotel expansion |
|Thursday, May 30, 2019|
|The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood is seeking more than 1,200 new workers for its expanded resort and 450-foot guitar-shaped hotel.
A job fair is set for June 4, according to a statement from the resort, which said it is looking for full- and part-time workers in practically every facet of the casino, food and hospitality sectors.
|Brightline, Branson and Beckham Usher in New Era for Broward County|
|Thursday, May 23, 2019|
|Greater Fort Lauderdale is in the midst of a development boom. With Virgin Trains opening up the South Florida corridor, high-profile celebrity projects underway and dozens of cranes dotting the region’s skyline, Greater Fort Lauderdale has captured the national spotlight.
The latest jobs data clearly showed the strength of the Broward County region|
|Panelists: Why Florida firms should care about LGBT workplace equality |
|Friday, May 17, 2019|
|By Ryan Lynch – Staff Writer, Orlando Business Journal
(From left to right) Bob Swindell, Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance; Tony Sandonato, Wyndham Destinations; Cal Jackson, Tech Data Corp.; Sabrina Kent, National LGBT Chamber of Commerce; Nadine Smith, Equality Florida
Being inclusive to LGBT individuals is good for business. So said several|
|Off the Street - Florida Trend Editorial on Homelessness |
|Wednesday, May 15, 2019|
|About five years ago, an encampment of homeless people took root in Fort Lauderdale on the grounds of the county library downtown, just a couple blocks from the riverfront and stylish Las Olas Boulevard.
In time, 80 people lived there in tents. Some had generators and barbecue grills, but there were no toilets or showers. The smell was, I’m told,|
|Thursday, May 9, 2019|
|His trusty toolbox and iPad situated nearby, Josh Guadalupe pulls apart panels from a seaplane, inspecting for saltwater corrosion. He checks the iPad from time to time, meticulously looking at the aviation manuals to ensure each task is done properly as he performs maintenance repairs. Airplanes flying overhead roar in the background at the hangar at|
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