The Catalyst Sessions, which begins at 7 p.m. today, is a live streaming event in which people from St. Pete’s arts sector – musicians, actors, artists, movers and shakers – will visit from their homes, practicing social distancing while still reaching out and connecting with the community.
On this episode of Chamber Coronavirus Impact Insights, Meredith Gaunce of Gaunce Law joins St. Petersburg Chamber CEO Chris Steinocher and Catalyst publisher Joe Hamilton in the studio to discuss the impact of The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, passed by Congress last week.
On this episode of Chamber Coronavirus Impact Insights, Emilie Socash, CEO of St. Petersburg Foundation and Matt Spence, Chief Programs Officer at Feeding Tampa Bay join Chris Steinocher, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber and Joe Hamilton, publisher of St. Pete Catalyst. They talk about a new effort to help local workers and nonprofits impacted by coronavirus.
Musicians, actors and other performers may not ultimately be the hardest hit during the Covid-19 crisis, but when theaters, restaurants and bars all closed, they were the first to feel the financial gut-punch.
Stu Sjouwerman, CEO of Clearwater cybersecurity training business KnowBe4 — the first technology unicorn headquartered in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area — is starting to run the privately held company as if it were a publicly traded firm.