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Orlando Economic Development Commission: Voices of the Region
Orlando Economic Development Commission: Voices of the Region Orlando's business leaders and members of the Orlando Economic Development Commission share their thoughts and hopes for the Central Florida region. This article appears in the July 2015 issue of SpaceCoast Business. Did you like what you read here? Subscribe to SpaceCoast Business
Relax and Unwind
By Kathryn B. Creedy Melbourne International Airport (MLB) is the answer for the Most Harried, and Cost-Conscious Traveler Most Space Coast travelers face the prospect of flying out of Orlando as if preparing for battle – not a very pleasant prospect. But flying via Melbourne International Airport (MLB) would do more than lower their blood pressure; research shows they would build the case for airlines to return nonstop flights to the Space Coast’s hometown airport – and at a significant cost savings to passengers. FDOT/FAA reports confirm that ticket prices out of MLB are within $10 of Orlando International Airport’s prices. The issue, ...
Port Partnership: GT USA & Port Canaveral
An Economic Game Changer On the Horizon GT USA’s new Canaveral Cargo Terminal (CCT) opened for business at Port Canaveral in June with the maiden call of the CMA CGM Jamaica, the 264-meter cargo vessel with a capacity of 4,298 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) berthing at the port to be part of Florida shipping history before crossing the Atlantic. The unveiling of the only dedicated container terminal at the port, witnessed by more than 200 state, U.S. and international public officials and leaders of business and maritime, is the start of a new era – both for Port Canaveral, the second busiest cruise ...
Seeing and Igniting a Regional Vision
Tom Sittema & Steve Mauldin of CNL The always quotable Warren Buffett once said, “I look for three things in a leader: integrity, competence and passion.” Then he added, “If you get the first one wrong, the other two will kill you.” According to Tom Sittema, CEO of CNL, a major private investment management firm focused on global real estate and alternative investment opportunities, these qualities are what drew him to Steve Mauldin whom he recruited to serve as president of CNL’s Financial Group. [caption id="attachment_13340" align="alignleft" width="250"] Tom Sittema & Steve Mauldin of CNL[/caption] Together, Tom Sittema and Steven Mauldin of CNL have ...
One on One with José Fajardo
Orlando, Inc. Executive Vice President A regional economy thrives in opportunistic times, and survives in challenging times, because of its connectedness. Those connections are what drive ideas to results. Orlando, Inc., also known as the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce, one of the nation’s elite Five-Star Chambers, is one of the principle lines of business of the Central Florida Partnership. Its executive vice president, José Fajardo, is a tireless ambassador of the region, celebrating and advocating for regional entrepreneurship and helping to facilitate connections between businesses of all sizes and the leaders of the public, private and independent sectors. EW: You’re involved in ...
Central Florida Partnership: Voices of the Region
Leaders and members of the Central Florida Partnership share their thoughts and hopes for the Central Florida region. This article appears in the July 2015 issue of SpaceCoast Business. Did you like what you read here? Subscribe to SpaceCoast Business
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