Insuretech startup Kin taps St. Pete talent pool, culture

A Chicago-based property insurance company using technology to simplify homeowners policies has opened a St. Petersburg office.

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Woman-owned fintech in Tampa preps to go to market

Lock Trust Inc., a financial technology company in Tampa, has launched a $14,175 million capital raise to take its products to market.

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Local capital propels growth at two Tampa-St. Pete software companies

The founders of Script and Lilypad Solutions say they owe their success to local investors who saw the potential in their companies.

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Episode 63: Interview with Eddie Allen of Central Melt [St. Pete Foodies Podcast]

Our featured interview today is with Eddie Allen from Central Melt. Eddie started his culinary career in St. Pete at Bodega, and opened Central Melt in 2016.

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The stories we could tell: Peter Asher and Albert Lee play the Palladium

Between them, Peter Asher and Albert Lee have more serious rock ‘n’ roll credentials than most of the rest of us put together.

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The Shuffle

Sheila Kinman
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay


The Hustle

Bob Devin Jones (the studio@620)

The Studio@620 is a prolific collaborator and friend with other arts-based organizations in the community, having worked with freeFall Theatre, Your Real Stories Productions and Sunscreen Film Festival, among others.

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ICYMI: Meet the 7-year-old winner of $5,000 at St. Pete Pitch Night

What were you doing with your allowance at age 7? After watching Shark Week in the summer of 2018, Miles Fetherson-Resch wanted to spend his helping sharks – and oceans – and beaches – that he saw were under threat. But, as Miles soon found, “Thirteen dollars doesn’t do a whole lot.”

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Doug Short

Focus: Community Voices

#CarFreeStPete is about changing your mind as much as changing your habits

If you have ever struggled to find a place to park in front of your favorite restaurant, or been stuck behind someone else on Central Avenue trying to do the same thing, Congratulations! That’s a sign that our urban center is thriving.

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The Daily: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of WeWork [New York Times]

He sold a utopian vision that ultimately left a company in shambles. Then he walked away with more than $1 billion.

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