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Shoutout to the world: Investments in Tampa are on the rise

Tampa Bay Lightning Owner Jeff Vinik and Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn are two of the primary leaders behind calling attention to the recent rise in investments in Tampa and the surrounding region.

Apartments, office space, retail, neighborhoods -- all are emerging fast in a race to capitalize on investment opportunities.

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Sofwerx, Thunderdome Project troll for innovation, entrepreneurs

James "Hondo'' Geurts is heading up a new idea lab in Ybor City that is designed to troll for innovations that could make military life safer for Americans stationed all over the globe. 

The idea is to attract innovative thinking and new solutions for problems that can result in injuries and death. 

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A guide to finding startup funding in the Tampa Bay region

The question of how to find startup funding in Tampa Bay is on the minds of many of the young entrepreneurs and would-be business owners who attend Tampa Bay Startup Week. Central Florida has not yet established a firm network of angel investors and venture capitalists, but money can be found.

83 Degrees Media Innovation & Job News Editor Justine Benstead offers a quick guide to available funding and funders in the Tampa Bay region.

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Today's Times: 25 most influential business leaders in Tampa Bay area

Jim 'Hondo' Geurts, Judy Genshaft, Bill Edwards, Joe Lopano are expected to be the most influential of 25 top business leaders in the Tampa Bay region in 2016, according to a list compiled by the Tampa Bay Times.

Many of the names on the list are familiar on the local scene but others are carving out new space within their own unique spheres of influence.

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Entrepreneurship leads U.S. economy, job creation

Strong and growing is the state of entrepreneurship in America, says a recent Harvard Business School study that concludes entrepreneurship is the strongest aspect of the American economy.

The biggest challenge to new business startups? Affording healthcare for workers.

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Taipei team wins Hult prize; UT team among finalists

Team Tembo, the University of Tampa team of students and graduates, put Tampa and the University of Tampa on the global map of intellectual capital Sept. 26 when it finished among the top 5 in the Clinton Global Initiative's $1M Hult Prize.

A group from National Chengchi in Taipei won for Impct.co aims to revolutionize the way children in slums around the world receive education and healthcare.

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Tampa Bay startups on the move

The Tampa Bay startup community is growing so fast that some are finding it hard to keep track of who is doing what, when and how.

The growth of startups with an emphasis on their impact on the overall economy has been the focus of economic development efforts in Hillsborough and Pinellas counties.

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Creation of Innovation District in north Tampa moves forward

Plans for the creation of an Innovation District that ties together the collective economic impact of key community partners in north Tampa surrounding the University of South Florida is moving toward reality with a cash infusion of $2 million from Hillsborough County.

Partners would include the cities of Tampa and Temple Terrace as well as local hospitals and top employers such as Busch Gardens.

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Airport business PEMCO soars after financial difficulties

PEMCO, a company that buys, renovates and sells older airplanes at Tampa International Airport is making a successful comeback following years of bankruptcy-forced reorganization.

The airport-based company operates two 150,000-square-feet hangars round the clock.

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Tampa airport picks local restaurants for new openings

Local Tampa Bay area restaurants including Columbia, Four Green Fields, Guy Harvey Rumfish Grill, the Cafe by Mise en Place and Buddy Brew Coffee made the short list for the opportunity to open new restaurants as part of Tampa International Airport's $943 million renovation now underway.

The local newer brands won out over chains and older brands as foodies who can offer innovation and creativity in their experiences reflecting the diversity of our region.

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USFSP starts classes in brewing beer, running breweries

With the craft beer brewing industry growing as a key economic driver in the Florida economy, USF St. Pete steps up to offer classes in the art, science and business of owning and operating breweries.

USFSP recognizes a niche that needs to be filled in the $2.5 billion industry employing more than 40,000 residents.

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Global trade, travel unite Tampa Bay area business leaders

More than anytime in the Tampa Bay region's past, business and community leaders are looking to the future and seeing nothing but opportunities when it comes to trade and travel.

Increased flights into and out of local airports, including Tampa International, to Europe and Central and South America are driving the synergy, as is the prospect of more free trade with a variety of countries, including Cuba.

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Studio@620 showcases local rise of creative class

Now that Bob Devin Jones has set the pace for showcasing creatives in the Tampa Bay region, the master of all things creative is turning his attention to sustaining the Studio@620 stage in perpetuity.

Age and experience can hone one's vision like nothing else.

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Check out what urban designers see coming to downtown Tampa

David Dixon and Jeff Speck, the two urban planners hired by Jeff Vinik and Strategic Property Partners to redesign the waterfront neighborhood surrounding Amalie Arena, talk about what they envision and why it matters as cities compete in the global marketplace for talent and innovation.

Vinik and SPP are investing more than $1 billion in the project.

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Columnist outlines 10 critical goals for Tampa Bay region

The future prosperity of the Tampa Bay region depends on key decisions being made on 10 critical issues in need of solutions, according to a list compiled by Tampa Bay Times Columnist Robert Trigaux.

At the top of the list: transportation.

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