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CRE brokers are on the move in Tampa

Incentives, opportunity and late-cycle timing have prompted several top agents to switch firms in the past year.

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by: Kevin McQuaid
Commercial Real Estate

University entrepreneur program enters into exchange agreement with Israeli university

FGCU Institute of Entrepreneurship founder Sandra Kauanui links the program to a similar one at Tel Aviv University in Israel. Intellectual and venture capital are the anticipated outcomes.

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by: Business Observer
Coffee Talk

Startup fintech pay company raises $7 million in funding

ConnexPay will use growth capital to advance technology and expand to markets beyond online travel instant payment services.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

New branch part of bank's long-term growth plans

The new Regions Bank branch at 4034 S. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota does not include a traditional teller line.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Member-owned club building outdoor dining venue

Shadow Wood Country Club responds to market to demand with a 260-seat, $5.2 million expansion scheduled for November completion.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Community management firm names partner, vice president

Craig Smith has more than 18 years of experience in community service contracting, delivery and management.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Law firm names hurricane claims specialist as partner

Kurtis Keefer joins Goede, Adamczyk, DeBoest & Cross to represent victims of Hurricane Irma.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

Restaurant chain announces construction of new headquarters

The new First Watch Restaurants headquarters will have a test kitchen for the chain's culinary team.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

Financial services firm opens new area location

The new Sarasota location of oXYGen Financial will be managed by Micah Keel.

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by: Business Observer
Sarasota-Manatee

General contractor hires 30-year veteran as senior project manager

Jack Dillon will bring $200 million in commercial project experience to Wright Construction Group.

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by: Business Observer
Lee-Collier-Charlotte

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