Tampa Bay Tech (TBT) and the Catalyst are partnering up to elevate technology and innovation coverage in the region. The partnership, to be announced at the May 23 poweredUP Tech Fest, will grow awareness and promote collaboration around technology in Tampa Bay. From TBT’s extensive member base, the Catalyst will deliver acumen and community-building content in the form of tech news, themed series, executive profiles and articles written by thought leaders.
Although the largest totals were reserved for community organizations and animal services, the donations were particularly gratifying for arts and cultural organizations, which were altogether allotted a record low of $2.65 million in state funding this year. Thirty-six individual donors gave a total of $23,075 to St. Petersburg’s Warehouse Arts District Association – the most substantial amount in the arts category.
CaseGlide appeared in yesterday's Daily Spark with an erroneous link, so we're bringing them back today to make sure you didn't miss this great profile:
In 2013, Todd quit his job at a prestigious law firm to build CaseGlide – now the leading case management platform made by experts for expert to handle insurance industry claims. He originally planned for CaseGlide to simply help worker-bee lawyers get through their work quicker – mostly by automating legal documents. Since its inception, it has grown far beyond his expectations
The co-founders and directors of the Doyenne identified and solved a problem – where can women business professionals come together in a stress-free work environment, to get things done and network with one another, outside of the typically male-dominated workplace?
There is no single leadership trait that guarantees success in any profession, but there is, based on my experience, one that many of the best leaders share: a fierce commitment to objectivity. And yet I realize it’s often not easy for leaders to remain objective.