Top articles of the week from April 5 to April 9

Top articles of the week from April 5 to April 9

2021-04-09T17:15:44+00:00April 9th, 2021|Uncategorized|

 

Transportation

April 5, 2021

1. opens in a new windowSuez Canal incident potential boon for South Florida and Latin America Partners

Over the course of six days, nearly $60 billion of global trade was disrupted during the Suez Canal incident. The incident is helping to further the argument for nearshoring (moving operations to a nearby country) with regard to trade with the United States, which could be a boon for South Florida going forward.

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Minnesota healthcare industry

April 6, 2021

2. opens in a new windowA healthcare hotspot emerges in Minneapolis

Bright Health Group, Inc., owner of digital health platform Bright Health, is reportedly planning to go public with a valuation that could see it end up being worth $10 billion.

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Tampa Bay supports immigrant vaccinations

April 6, 2021

3. opens in a new windowHow Tampa Bay is reaching all demographics eligible for the vaccine

Floridians 18 years or older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. This signifies millions of people who can sign up for appointments and receive the vaccine. How is Tampa Bay handling this intense influx at its testing sites?

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Charlotte skyline

April 7, 2021

4. opens in a new windowRegional leaders to provide insights on Charlotte’s future

Is the Magic City evolving into a national magnet for technology companies and investors? All signs point to a resounding yes.

What was once a brewing tech scene in Miami and South Florida is now a piping hot phenomenon years in the making, drawing in new and veteran players that range from cryptocurrency experts to investors in some of the world’s most innovative companies.

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Broward condo

April 8, 2021

5. opens in a new windowSouth Florida condos are red-hot, but what are the implications?

As demand for single-family homes continues to heat up, South Florida condos have reached mass appeal. For Northeasterners new to the South Florida warmth and livable weather, condos are a little slice of paradise. But paradise may come with a rising cost in the form of a tax hike.

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South Jersey

April 7, 2021

6. opens in a new windowSouth Jersey: Where this 3,700 square miles of potential currently stands

Don’t be fooled by its size; there is a lot happening in the 3,700 square miles of South Jersey, and people are taking notice. Enormous offshore wind projects, the Glassboro-Camden Line (GCL), and a booming industrial presence are among the facets supporting new growth in the region.

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