In Your Mailbox: SRQ Magazine’s 2019 January Business Edition

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Honoring INC.—We celebrate local titans who inspire innovation, navigate change and capture opportunity. The individuals featured throughout SRQ’s annual business edition include visionary powerhouses, corporate acumen and philanthropic courage. Plug in for an all-encompassing jump start to the new year to get your brain juices flowing and motivated for 2019’s endeavors! #LOVELOCAL 

FEATURES:

  • Amenities in Mod: Sarasota’s role in the modern architecture movement holds renown among lovers of art, built environment and history. Now, a new hotel in the Rosemary District, Sarasota Modern, honors the entire movement in every cubic inch of construction
  • Economics Ecology: To most of the world, the Sarasota-Bradenton environment means white sands, 60-something temperatures in the winter and a great place for deep-sea fishing. But for the roughly 700,000 people who live and work in the region, this ecosystem serves as a habitat for young families and growing businesses, a biome of commerce and communication.
  • Passion Play:At the fifth annual PINC Sarasota conference, transformation was the word of the day. From world-class artist to top-notch researchers and hard-hitting activist, each speaker took the stage to showcase the power of passion in the hands of a first-rate mind.

SRQIST- Local Heart & Soul Stories About the People, Places and Experiences that Define Our Hometown

  • Hanging Around: At the Myakka City Lemur Reserve, Dr. Alison Grand protects endangered primates.
  • Have Improv, Will Travel: Will Luera takes the art of improv on a global tour with Florida Studio Theater.
  • Plans for Parrish: Evan Guido brings neighbors together around a Parrish Central Park plan.
  • Absolute O’Shea: New College of Florida’s Donal O’Shea talks Paris, Canada, and the wonders of math.
  • A Crimson Cure: FIU and Mote Marine are putting in extra lab hours to save the manatees from algal bloom outbreaks.
  • Penny Hoarding: Penny Hoarder Kyle Taylor shares secrets of his—and maybe your—success.

CULTURE CITY- Arts + Culture, Performing and Visual Arts, Portfolio, In Studio, Artsheet

  • State of the Stage: Eyeing a big move to Lakewood Ranch, the Players staff prepares for its biggest production yet.
  • Broadway First: New York playwright Young Jean Lee puts straight white men under the microscope.
  • Musical Escape: In the Gospel according to Fred, salvation lies with classical music from The Chopin Project.
  • Light Conservation: a humble carpenter resurrects reclaimed wood to build a new aesthetic.

CARGO- The Goods, Design Dossier, Retail Therapy, Antique Story, Nest, Books

  • Winter Worship: Avoid turning the heat up on the thermometer with these soulful and cozy winter provisions.
  • Sew True, Sarasota: T.Georgiano’s owner Tatyana Sharoubim, brings easy-going coastal lifestyle clothing to SRQ.
  • On The Run At The Roadshow: On art heists, non-extradition and the moral hazards of antiquing.

FORAGE- At the Table, Foodarama, Restaurants, Foodie Life

  • Liquid Luster: Figure out what’s good with the 34+ craft beers on tap at Good Liquid Brewing Company.
  • Street Sammies: Start your day right with stacked, savory sandwiches from State Street Eating House.

RECONNOITER- Case Study, Agenda

  • Freshman Class: A new state of lawmakers are heading to the capitol to represent the region in Tallahassee and Washington D.C.

PARTING SHOT

  • Phototrophic Growth: Firmly rooted, Marine Selby Botanical Gardens reaches for the sun with a new master plan.

Get in on all the goodness and pick up a copy of this month’s edition today!

-The SRQ team

Click Here to access the pages of the JANUARY 2019 SRQ digital edition.

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Applications Now Open! SMARTgirl 2019 Mentorship Summit and Luncheon

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SRQ MEDIA is calling for 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grade girls to find your inner “roar” at the
2019 SMARTgirl Mentorship Summit and Luncheon on Friday, March 15, 2018
from 9:30am-1:30pm at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota.

Explore the possibilities and celebrate every girl’s potential at SMARTgirl. Participants will engage in an innovative program designed to educate middle school girls in 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades on career imaginings and the tools they need to succeed through mentorship, soft skills training and hands-on workshops with some of the community’s top women leaders.

Apply online at — srqmag.com/smartgirl

Limited participant spaces. Free program for those accepted.

Applications close on January 16, 2019
For additional information please call 941-365-7702 x221 or email Rebecca.Brey@srqme.com

SRQ’s 6th Annual Women in Business Competition is Now Open!

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Nominations are now open for SRQ Magazine’s 6th Annual Women in Business Competition, recognizing extraordinary women who have made meaningful contributions to the Sarasota and Bradenton communities through their business, non-profit and philanthropic endeavors. Know someone who deserves to be recognized? Nominate them today! Once nominated, individuals will be invited to submit a formal application which will be juried by a panel of outside judges.

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Women in Business, Hear Me Roar Leadership Circle Members at the 2018 Hear Me Roar luncheon. Photo Credit: Wyatt Kostygan

The finalists and winners of the 2019 Leadership Circle will be announced at the Hear Me Roar Leadership and Awards Luncheon  on Thursday, May 2, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota where we recognize past Women in Business Leadership Circle Classes as well as the new inductees. All nominees, finalists and winners will be recognized in a special Women in Business awards supplement in the May 2019 issue of SRQ Magazine.

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Shannon Rohrer-Phillips engaging with local young professional at SkillSHARE. Photo Credit: Wyatt Kostygan

The SRQ Women in Business Initiative is a year-round engagement program creating highly dynamic personal networking through the science and art of mentorship. There are several programs that stem from this initiative.  The SkillSHARE program focuses on mentorship at the speed of life, facilitating connections for local women to get answers about professional and personal development questions with three mentorship summits each year. Currently in its third year, SMARTgirl catalyzes youth leadership and development by engaging middle school girls on the Gulf Coast. Thank you to the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, New Balance of Sarasota and The Hyatt Regency, Sarasota for coming on board to support the SMARTgirl program. Thank you also to Seaside Bank for their sponsorship of the Women in Business Initiative throughout the year.

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SMARTgirl students from Girl Scouts Gulfcoast Florida eager for their workshops at SMARTgirl. Photo Credit: Wyatt Kostygan. 

To nominate a deserving local woman for her leadership and positive influence in the community, click here. 

Nominations are open through Friday, January 25, 2019; midnight.

Best of luck and Roar On ladies!

In Your Mailbox: The December 2018 Giving Issue is Here!

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The holidays bring with them cheer, warmth and togetherness. It seems that everyone’s hearts from “three sizes” this time of year, and this is perfectly captured in the interest our readers show in our annual December Philanthropy Edition. Get to know more about the nonprofit organizations that you probably already appreciate here on the Gulf Coast, and the wonderful people behind their good causes. We hope that sharing this heart-warming edition will add a little zip of extra brightness to your holiday season. Happy holidays SRQ family! #LOVELOCAL

FEATURES:

  • Girl Boss: Even in the year 2018, the world of Wall Street CEOs remains a male-dominated field. But the philanthropy world has welcomed female CEOs for a long time, and, over the last decade, the nonprofit sector on the Gulf Coast became dominated by women. Female presidents lead Community Foundations and Education Foundations for Manatee and Sarasota counties. Private and family foundations from Selby to Patterson to Barancik chose to put women leaders at the helm, in some cases since formation.

SRQIST- Local Heart & Soul Stories About the People, Places and Experiences that Define Our Hometown

  • Unforgoatable: Goat yoga at Pineapple Yoga Studio has us stretching and smiling all the way through.
  • Strings Attached: Natalie Kondos believes in the healing power of music.
  • A Home for Seabirds: Save our Seabirds organization talks the need for long-term aviary.
  • Drawing on Hope: Matthew Haines wants to make a difference turning philanthropy to art.
  • Critter Crazy: Cat Depot’s new leader Jackie Ott Jaakola is no stranger to making life better for animals.
  • At the Root: Holistic healing starts from the head down at Caring Hair Foundation.
  • Fostering Success: Freedom Fellows Foundation is on a mission to help the uncertain find their way
  • A Community Cure: In the midst of an opioid crisis, Dr. Joe Smyser wants to help Sarasota help itself.

CULTURE CITY- Arts + Culture, Performing and Visual Arts, Portfolio, In Studio, Artsheet

CARGO- The Goods, Design Dossier, Retail Therapy, Antique Story, Nest, Books

  • Holiday Gift Guide: Let us take the legwork out of gift-giving with a round up of specially sourced gear of the year.
  • Artful Tides: Meet the outstanding local artists coming to newly-branded Sarasota Art + Handmade Art Show.

FORAGE- At the Table, Foodarama, Restaurants, Foodie Life

RECONNOITER- Case Study, Agenda

  • Boomtime Charity: What does the strong economy and new tax code mean for philanthropy?

PARTING SHOT

  • Plastic Peril: The latest exhibition at Ringling College of Art + Design puts microplastics under the artist’s microscope.

Get in on all the goodness and pick up a copy of this month’s edition today!

-The SRQ team

Click Here to access the pages of the DECEMBER 2018 SRQ digital edition.

In Your Mailbox: SRQ’s 2018 November Issue is Here

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An eclectic collection of architect and design stories grace this month’s annual edition dedicated to all things house and home. Design trends turn the corner this fall with insight from domicile builders including Nutter Custom Construction, Murray Homes and Yoder Homes. We also dive into trends for tiny spaces—including how to “Get the Look” with treasures from local boutiques. Read on and enjoy! #LOVELOCAL

FEATURES:

  • Living Small: Scale down to size with snug staycations in tiny homes, intimate gatherings in backyard sheds, remodeled shipping containers as unconventional work studios and full-service mobile mini-bars. These compact structures remind us to live simply and find cozy splendor in boutique-style spaces.
  • Rudolph Lives On: Paul Rudolph would be walking the earth at 100 this year—Sarasota Architectural Foundation commemorates the maverick of mid-century modern by giving some TLC to his iconic Cocoon House design on Hudson Bayou.
  • Prairie Retreat: The Goodmans left idyllic farmland and their rustic mountain home to migrate to the Gulf for a coastal lifestyle in a custom-built modern abode. There was only one architect for the job.

SRQIST- Local Heart & Soul Stories About the People, Places and Experiences that Define Our Hometown

  • A Modern Movement: [STRANG], a stylish architect firm brings fresh eyes to Sarasota, having recently moved into the new Rosemary BOTA Center.
  • Social Sales Team: Dealers United discuss innovating car sales in a social media world.
  • A Stronger Mission: Finish Line’s Julie Henry explains how nonprofits can evolve and become stronger.
  • What’s Up Doc?: Amongst the hustle and bustle of academic administration, Dr. Larry Thompson’s finds his own roadmap for Ringling College.

CULTURE CITY- Arts + Culture, Performing and Visual Arts, Portfolio, In Studio, Artsheet

  • The Jaeger Maestro:  Local artist Tim Jaeger takes the helm of Sarasota’s newest gallery—GAZE Modern.
  • Audio Empire:  Brazilian conductor Alexandra Arrieche makes her Sarasota Ochestra debut.
  • 700 Shades of Grey: From its origins in ancient China to its arrival at ArtCenter Manatee this month, the traditional art of Sumi-e painting remains as demanding as it is delicate.
  • Dual Roles: From SARTQ to the Sarasota Museum of Art, Rae Ramos has his hands full with the local arts scene.

CARGO- The Goods, Design Dossier, Retail Therapy, Antique Story, Nest, Books

  • Rug Revival: Go for a magic carpet ride on any one of these exotically sourced area rugs.
  • Purest Intentions: Purify: An Urban Sweat Lodge brings a hot new hobby from LAX to SRQ.
  • Riding Dirty: Buckle up—a rare Cord 812 Phaeton convertible from the 30’s demands your attention.
  • Solar Light: An increasing number of high-end products allow you to light up your domicile using solar power cells to brighten the lanai through the evening.

FORAGE- At the Table, Foodarama, Restaurants, Foodie Life

  • Culinary Improv: Eatery 84 combines technical prowess with a commitment to fun—and the result is a recipe for joy.
  • Pass the Sriracha: Drizzle red and spice up your feed with some Sriracha sauce, three ways.
  • Love Local Beertail: Check out SRQ’s 20th Anniversary specially-made cocktail with Louies Modern

RECONNOITER- Case Study, Agenda

  • Red, Red Tide: Harmful algae blooms went to Southwest Florida’s head this year, impairing business and politics.

PARTING SHOT

  • Voyage to Paradise: A preview of the Paul Gauguin exhibit come to Selby Gardens.

Get in on all the goodness and pick up a copy of this month’s edition today!

-The SRQ team

Click Here  to access the pages of the NOVEMBER 2018 SRQ digital edition.

 

 

Tribute to Business- SRQ Magazine’s January 2019 Edition

New year, new opportunities!

With a new year of circumstances and growth, SRQ Magazine invites businesses to participate in our annual Tribute to Business for the upcoming January edition. With 60,000+ impressions with readers in print and online, this special section is a golden opportunity to promote your one-of–a-kind organization helping provide economic opportunity to locals and the wonderful people behind your business. You will be interviewed and photographed by the award-winning SRQ creative team to ensure that your story connects with our readers.

Space Closing: Thursday, November 8, 2018.

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Contact your Business Development Executive or Associate Publisher Ashley Ryan Cannon at 941-365-7702 x211 or growmybusiness@srqme.com to reserve your space and article today. SRQ Magazine’s Content Marketing Division engages you with our readers powerfully in print and strategically online.

SRQ MAGAZINE—Live Local. Love Local | Sarasota and Bradenton

 

Medical Pioneers- SRQ Magazine’s January 2019 Edition

Medical Pioneers has returned!

Last year, we unveiled a new special section targeting the extraordinary medical community along the Gulf Coast. Great news! We’re bringing it back! Medical Pioneers is a great way to educate and inform our community about new and emerging treatments available at your practice. Whether you specialize in life-saving cardiology advancements or cosmetic procedures for healthy, glowing skin, this section is a perfect opportunity to showcase the amazing cutting-edge technology and expertise of area healthcare providers, physicians, researchers, and health and wellness companies.

Space Closing: Thursday, November 8, 2018.

Click to see the most recent Medical Pioneers.

Flip Book_Medical Pioneers-SPREAD AND COVERContact your Business Development Executive or Associate Publisher Ashley Ryan Cannon at 941-365-7702 x211 or growmybusiness@srqme.com to reserve your space and article today. SRQ Magazine’s Content Marketing Division engages you with our readers powerfully in print and strategically online.

SRQ MAGAZINE—Live Local. Love Local | Sarasota and Bradenton