KnowBe4 gets backing from private equity giant KKR

Cybersecurity training firm KnowBe4 in Clearwater is poised to get a “sizable” minority investment from KKR, one of the largest private equity firms in the world.

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St. Pete ‘vibe’ at the heart of a debate over business growth downtown

A plan designed to promote independently owned businesses is back on track for consideration by the St. Petersburg City Council.

The Storefront Conservation Corridor Plan now is scheduled for an April 4 public hearing and council vote.

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Tampa real estate developer sparks USF, FIBA, Tel Aviv University collaboration

Backers of a collaboration between University of South Florida, the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator and Tel Aviv University expect it to lead to an improved quality of life for an aging population.

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Creative Differences: The Benefits Of Reaching Out To People Unlike Ourselves

"There's something about deeply understanding and learning about another culture that's transformative," Columbia Business School professor Adam Galinsky says.

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The month of March in the arts

March (at least in downtown St. Pete) will come in like a loud, gassy, revved-up lion (on four wheels). The rest of the month should be appropriately lamb-like.

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The Shuffle

Angela Gingras
Dynasty Financial Partners


The Hustle

Niajae Wallace (Lifestyle Design Coach)

Niajae Wallace ditched her brick and mortar business and became a lifestyle design coach. Now that she enjoys having more freedom, she efficiently runs her business while sitting poolside.

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TeamViewer offers the best in collaborative software to companies and universities the world over.

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Duggan Cooley
Pinellas Community Foundation

Focus: For Good

Why “later” is one of the most destructive terms in philanthropy [Fast Company]

How the philanthropy world can push itself to take bigger risks on bigger bets.

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Why is the wedding industry so hard to disrupt? [Vox]

There’s a lot of money in weddings; there’s been a lot of money lost in wedding startups. Why is it so hard to disrupt the wedding industrial complex?

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