LG Electronics leads funding round for Washlava

LG Electronics will be the lead investor in a Series A equity financing for Washlava, a Tampa company that has brought technology to the laundry room.

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Jabil sues former workers, competitor over 3D printing secrets

Jabil Inc., the largest company in St. Petersburg and an electronics manufacturing powerhouse, has invested millions of dollars and thousands of engineering hours into developing a faster 3D printer.

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Tampa Bay’s largest credit union plans to fight breach of contract lawsuit

A suburban Atlanta financial services firm has sued Suncoast Credit Union, alleging the Tampa credit union reneged on a contract.

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Tampa Bay Wave TechDiversity Cohort: InEvent

InEvent transforms enterprise events with digital technology. With drag and drop landing pages, email builder, online registration, QR Codes, badge printing, budget management and integrations with Marketo and Salesforce, InEvent is your ready to use white label platform, without any code required.

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‘Drilled!’ is a musical political satire with bite

It was Bill Leavengood’s dental hygienist, of all people, who planted the seed for his newest play. “Hey,” she’d said as he climbed out of the chair, “you ought to set a musical in a dentist’s office.”

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The Shuffle

Ashley Chiorando
Sentry Management Inc.


The Hustle

Tyna Papillon (Jubilee Aerial)

Tyna Papillon is not your average business owner. She has taken entrepreneurship to new heights through her aerial dance business, Jubilee Aerial.

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Renker Eich Parks

Since 1985, Renker Eich Parks Architects has been on the leading edge of architectural practice in Tampa Bay.

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Ingrid Harb
Women Ambassadors Forum

Focus: BRT

St. Pete 2.0 [Survey]: What are your thoughts on Bus Rapid Transit?

Take the survey! In our series, St. Pete 2.0, we’re partnering with the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership to explore what lies on the other side of our potential – what will it take to move to the ‘next level’ as a city.

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Net income: Serena Williams' path from tennis star to VC tycoon [PitchBook]

And in recent years, Williams has been focused more and more on a side gig that seems to be attracting more and more star athletes: investing as a venture capitalist.

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