Closer look: How does innovation stack up in Tampa Bay?

The eight-county area ranked low on many innovation indicators in a regional competitiveness report released earlier this month by the Tampa Bay Partnership, but the trend lines are moving in the right direction, said Dave Sobush, project manager and director of policy and research for the partnership.

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2018 in review: Stephanie Gularte, American Stage

Producing Artistic Director Stephanie Gularte is a “glass-half-full” kind of woman, however, and she tells the Catalyst that she, and the venerable and beloved American Stage itself, welcome new challenges.

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2018 in review: Roy Binger, Binger Financial Services

Roy Binger is founder of Binger Financial Services, a St. Petersburg-based insurance brokerage that serves both businesses and individuals. He started the company in 2015, after serving 25 years in the financial services industry, including as city president for St. Petersburg for SunTrust Bank

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SPx Classic: InsideOut Sales Innovation Lab - Christina Cherry & Chad Nuss

InsideOut Co-Founders talk revolutionizing sales, doing business & living life in St. Pete, and how they're spreading the word about our great city.

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The Hustle

Tombolo Books

In an age where print is generally considered a dying medium, the independent book store remains alive and well. There is no better example of this than Alsace Walentine, the entrepreneurial mind behind Tombolo Books.

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Blazing trails since 1977 – PSCU has been an innovator in the banking world for decades.

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The Shuffle

Tara Semb
Bovie Medical

Mark Cantrell
The Florida Orchestra


Jane Buckman
Imagine Museum

Focus: Storytelling

The 50 Best Podcasts of 2018 [The Atlantic]

The shows that kept listeners refreshing their apps this year from The Atlantic.

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ACUMEN: Blight

To Fight Blight, One City Turned to Courts [Governing]

In less than four years, St. Petersburg, Fla., has reduced the number of vacant homes by more than 75 percent.

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