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Economic development group rebrands

Bonita Springs Estero Economic Development Council becomes South Lee EDC to better identify the region it serves.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

Tampa office landlords relish new industry report

While rent growth rises, office supply in Tampa remains stubbornly low.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

Nonprofit hires executive vice president

Previously, Rebecca Blitz served as the regional director for the local Make-A-Wish affiliate.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Veteran Realtor tapped to lead Premier Sotheby’s brokerage unit

Long-time local resident Sandy Waterbury is named managing broker of the company’s St. Petersburg office.

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by: Business Observer
Tampa Bay-Lakeland

Development group breaks ground on new headquarters

Seagate will design and build its own 13,000-square-foot facility in Fort Myers at Interstate 75 and Alico Road.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Nonprofit promotes two to vice president roles

Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County provides after-school and summer programs to youth in Sarasota, Venice, North Port and Arcadia.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Niche insurance competitors join forces

LTC Global brings competitor American Insurance Marketing Services in-house, names new president.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Private equity firms buy prominent area-based restaurant brand

Nord Bay Capital of Tampa buys Hooters of America from Miami-based H.I.G. Capital.

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by: Business Observer
Tampa Bay-Lakeland

Development firm chosen for community redevelopment project

City of Lakeland taps Tampa-based Catalyst Asset Management for affordable housing mixed-use project.

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by: Business Observer
Tampa Bay-Lakeland

New hotel hires 30-year industry veteran as general manager

Luminary Hotel taps Bob Megazzini to oversee hiring, opening and operations of downtown Fort Myers hotel and adjacent facilities.

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by: Business Observer
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