With a new year underway, it’s time to take the measure of the past to inform the future. What trends or economic events are bound to repeat this year and how can people best prepare for them? Experts have been predicting the trends that will most likely continue to engrain in society and those bound to disappear. Here, Focus: provides a look at the concepts that could remain or emerge as the year unfolds.
With a burgeoning economy that has seen numerous relocations, a rising tech and healthcare sector, a growing population and more projects and developments than hands have fingers, Tampa finds itself in the midst of a prosperous time. Whenever times are this good, however, many often wonder how long it will last. With the advent of the new year — and a fresh COVID variant in omicron — that question is more pertinent than ever.
As most restrictions for international travelers were lifted by the end of last year, Central Florida is expected to reach or even surpass pre-pandemic levels for the number of air passengers arriving to its shores. During a series of interviews with Invest:, industry leaders agreed that the region is ready to meet fresh demand for aviation services in 2022 thanks to important infrastructural renovations and a successful vaccine rollout. Despite being among the most impacted industries during the pandemic, aviation leaders in Orlando are bullish on what’s to come for the sector.
As individuals across the country reassess their priorities and living situations, the city of Rochester, Minnesota, provides an enticing opportunity for new residents and businesses alike.
The start of the COVID-19 pandemic brought new urgency to the digital transformation in banking and branch closures have continued to ramp up. From the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, weekly bank closure reports show the ongoing trend across the nation, and locally in Philadelphia, as banks shift to digital banking services and close their brick and mortar locations.