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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.