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Medical device manufacturer plans US HQ expansion, 100 new jobs in Tampa

    Margie Manning | Tampa Bay Business Journal    A company that makes orthopedic devices and develops technology to improve surgical procedures is investing $500,000 to expand its US headquarters in Tampa.   Corin USA, a division of Corin Group LLC, plans up to 100 new high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles, as part of the expansion, a press release said.   The expansion — one of two announced Wednesday by the Tampa Hillsborough Economic … Continued

How Tampa Turned a Dead Zone Into a Downtown

    Richard Danielson | Politico   Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn likes to say that when he moved here in 1980, only 600 people lived downtown—300 of them at the old Morgan Street jail.   No wonder. Downtown Tampa in 1980 had been in decline for decades. A century before, early leaders had charted its future as a deep-water port for moving cargo: phosphate mined in Central Florida, citrus grown along the Gulf Coast and cigars rolled in brick factories … Continued

Foreign investment plan launched

    Business Observer   The Tampa Bay Export Alliance launched the Global Tampa Bay Foreign Direct Investment Plan to foster global engagement.   The plan outlines specific steps local business, civic and government leaders can take to leverage foreign direct investment to foster global engagement, according to a press release. The strategy is part of Tampa Bay’s participation in the Global Cities Initiative, a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase to help metropolitan leaders advance regional … Continued

In The News

Medical device manufacturer plans US HQ expansion, 100 new jobs in Tampa

    Margie Manning | Tampa Bay Business Journal    A company that makes orthopedic devices and develops technology to improve surgical procedures is investing $500,000 to expand its US headquarters in Tampa.   Corin USA, a division of Corin Group LLC, plans up to 100 new high-wage jobs in marketing, operations, sales and other administrative roles, as part of the expansion, a press release said.   The expansion — one of two announced Wednesday by the Tampa Hillsborough Economic … Continued

How Tampa Turned a Dead Zone Into a Downtown

    Richard Danielson | Politico   Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn likes to say that when he moved here in 1980, only 600 people lived downtown—300 of them at the old Morgan Street jail.   No wonder. Downtown Tampa in 1980 had been in decline for decades. A century before, early leaders had charted its future as a deep-water port for moving cargo: phosphate mined in Central Florida, citrus grown along the Gulf Coast and cigars rolled in brick factories … Continued

Foreign investment plan launched

    Business Observer   The Tampa Bay Export Alliance launched the Global Tampa Bay Foreign Direct Investment Plan to foster global engagement.   The plan outlines specific steps local business, civic and government leaders can take to leverage foreign direct investment to foster global engagement, according to a press release. The strategy is part of Tampa Bay’s participation in the Global Cities Initiative, a joint project of the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase to help metropolitan leaders advance regional … Continued