“One of our employees was kidnapped, and his daughter was murdered in front of his eyes,” said Nadav Solomon, president of Tabit.
Drawing from personal experiences and culture in the ultra-luxury hospitality industry, local restauranteurs are always on the hunt for the most innovative dishes and concepts that will set them apart from the competition.
A recent hospitality event highlighted the struggles the industry continues to face. The main one? Labor.
Collectively, FIBA companies have raised more than $915 million, and the 24 companies that established a presence in Florida have directly created 93 high-skilled, high-wage jobs in the tech sector…
“Tampa General is committed to bringing our physicians — and by extension, their patients — the profound benefits of innovative new tools that will improve point-of-care interactions,” said Rachel Feinman, vice president of Innovation, Tampa General and managing director of TGH Innoventures. “Navina helps our providers streamline workflows while making value-based care a reality.”View Full […]
Tampa is becoming a hot market for tech startups, and one local nonprofit is eyeing companies in Israel to help solve problems businesses in Florida and beyond may be facing.
The union aims to create an XR therapeutic powerhouse, uniquely capable of addressing both physical and mental health issues. The combination of the two businesses is expected to deliver significant revenue during the coming months, distancing all other platforms to become the leading XR/VR therapeutic solution in the market.
Tampa businessman Chris Sullivan, a co-founder and former CEO of Outback Steakhouse, has no plans of slowing down on growing the culinary scene through his global brands. …“I’ve never seen a more competitive time in the local economy,” Sullivan said during a moderated fireside chat at the Florida Israel-Business Accelerator’s Tuesday hospitality conference, inside the […]
During the Florida Israel-Business Accelerator’s Tuesday hospitality conference at the Bryan Glazer JCC in Tampa, the biggest names in Tampa Bay’s restaurant sector shared their notes on how to retain top-tier talent by leveraging new technology and staying true to their grassroots.
A few gasps erupted Feb. 28 at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa when attorney Katie Molloy shared that employees can sue for twice what they’re owed if an employer doesn’t follow wage and hour laws properly — an issue plaguing the hospitality industry at the moment….. Molloy, a Tampa shareholder of the Greenberg […]