A recent report from business.org declared Tampa Bay America’s top-ranked market for women-owned businesses.
The announcement was duly noted, with a touch of irony, by Julia MacGregor-Peralta, the founder and CEO of Global Safety Management, a compliance company headquartered in Tampa. GSM creates OSHA-mandated Safety Data Sheets for a vast cross-section of manufacturers, using a patent-pending, cloud-based SaaS software designed by MacGregor-Peralta.
A vacancy on Central Ave. is valuable and establishing a memorable business – even when you have a contract that reminds you it’s temporary – can be exciting.
“I really wanted to create an atmosphere and a business that would honor my grandmother’s legacy,” says Liz Calver, St. Pete native and the founder of Betty Shop, a casual clothing boutique located at 1114 Central Ave. “I wanted it to really reflect her style and her lifestyle, and mine as well.”
Another week, another data privacy brouhaha. A Wall Street Journal report on Monday reveals that third-party developers have been reading Gmail users’ emails. According to the WSJ, a number of companies admitted their engineers have read thousands of email messages for reasons such as training machine learning systems.
Salvador Dali was one of the most famous artists of the 20th Century. One of the largest collections of his work is right here, at the unique $36 million Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg. The Museum has been called, "one of the top ten buildings to see in your lifetime." Dr. Hank Hine is the long-standing Executive Director of the Dali Museum. [Video 27:32]
PixelStix brings digital content into physical context. It's a sticker that - when in proximity to your phone - links to digital content. This means you can send videos via postcards and photo albums, so they can live outside of social media.