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St. Pete 2.0: Adjusting to the new normal after six months of Covid-19 [Survey]

Over the past six months, Covid-19 has changed the way we live, in dramatic ways. Collectively, we have shared the same experience of living through a pandemic, but every one of us has experienced this period in a distinct way. We are all changed, though how we've changed looks different for everyone.

In this edition of St. Pete 2.0, we’re teaming up to help kick off off the Catalyst’s new series The New Normal: Six Months Under Covid. We want to hear from Catalyst readers and members of the Downtown Partnership about how the pandemic has changed them and what their hopes are for the future. When we do finally emerge from Covid, how will the world be different and how can we prepare for and embrace that new reality?

Take the survey below and share your thoughts.

Florida Funders, Seedfunders weigh in on new investor rules for startups

Florida Funders, Seedfunders weigh in on new investor rules for startups

Fortune names Raymond James CFO to ’40 Under 40′ list

Fortune names Raymond James CFO to ’40 Under 40′ list

St. Pete tech startup SKUx raises $1 million

St. Pete tech startup SKUx raises $1 million

Bayfront Health gets a new leadership team

Bayfront Health gets a new leadership team

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Local entertainment venues light up red to show support for the live events industry

If Tuesday night had you seeing red, don't worry - it wasn't your imagination. 

All across the country, including in the Tampa Bay area, more than 1,500 buildings were lit in red as part of a national effort to raise pubic awareness about the economic plight of the live events industry during the Covid-19 pandemic. The #RedAlertRESTART initiative was created by We Make Events, a coalition that includes businesses and workers in the entertainment industry. Since live events were shut down in mid-March, millions of people have been impacted in an industry that generates about $877 billion a year in revenue. . 

Political Party with Adam Smith: ‘These times require boldness’

As Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Pinellas, Barbara Scott is barred from picking sides between Democratic candidates running against one another. But in a heavily contested school board race, Scott is all but endorsing educator Caprice Edwards over longtime former St Petersburg City Council member Karl Nurse.

‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Amy Gray

Amy E. Gray has appeared in a half-dozen Jobsite Theater productions since 2014, roughly one per year. She is one of the envelope-pushing stage company’s most popular and recognizable performers – she’s an actress who’s adept at both drama and comedy, and an operatically trained singer who’s equally at home with pop songs, and rock ‘n’ roll. Did we mention that Amy Gray is a full-time resident of Denver, Colorado?

Tech Data expands in Asia with new purchase
GE radiopharmacy network HQ likely to leave Tampa after acquisition
Jabil’s scale, diversification cited in new report
Publix boosts hunger relief efforts
Rays, Bucs, Lightning urge election worker signups
Florida Department of Health to cut ties with Quest Diagnostics over unreported Covid test data

Sep 02 @ 06:30 PM

Florida Economic Club Community Leader Social

Sep 02 @ 07:00 PM

The Catalyst Sessions: Mark Aeling and Carrie Jadus

Sep 03 @ 07:00 PM

LWV Pinellas Cnty School Board Candidates Forum


‘We’re taking baby steps:’ long-term care facilities make plans to reopen for visitors

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