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April 2016

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In This Issue

A Real Gem

Naples jewelry designer celebrates 50 years in business.

Leading the Way

Here's what you'll find in the April issue of Gulfshore Business.

Very NABOR-ly

Go on the job with Marty Manion, CEO of Naples Area Board of REALTOR (NABOR).

The Buzz: Insider

Learn more about the three Lifetime Achievement Awards honorees, international artist Jose Andres Mato Alonzo and catch up with 40-Under-40 alum Carlos Zapata.

Cool App: Mighty Meeting

Here's a cool app to learn about: Mighty Meeting.

Tools of the Trade: WattUp

Want to charge your smart devices wirelessly? Check out WattUp. Melanie Pagan has the info.

Zen Asian BBQ

Be sure to check out Zen Asian BBQ. Dorthea Hunter Sonne has what you need to know about the restaurant.

Lessons in Leadership

In the leadership issue of Gulfshore Business, learn how to take charge and manage change.

What I Learned: Kamela Patton

Learn more about Kamela Patton, superintendent at Collier County public schools.

Keep Calm

How emotional intelligence can help you be a better leader.

What I Learned: Ted Bill

Learn more about president of Pelican Wire Co., Ted Bill.

How to Build Trust

Boost faith among your workers with these three steps.

Priced Out

Collier County leaders try to address the lack of workforce housing, but the solutions aren't easy.

Run, Hide, Fight

How local law enforcement is helping the public –– businesses especially –– prepare for mass shootings.

Value the Human Being

Abdul'Haq Muhammed, founder, executive direction of Quality Life Center gives some power advice.

Essential Business Equipment: Buy or Lease?

Will Robinson shares pros and cons of buying or leasing office equipment.

Helping Midcareer Women Find New Chapters

Learn how Debbie Peterson helps midcareer women find new chapters.

What to Ask Before Hiring a Virtual Assistant

Here's what you should ask before hiring a virtual assistant.

Prepare For the Unexpected

Rob Wardlaw shares why it's good to prepare for the unexpected.

From The Desk Of Dennie Hamilton

Dennie Hamilton, CEO of a not- for- profit electric distribution cooperative serving 208,000 customers in Southwest Florida, keeps the stacks on his desk ship-shape.
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