Category Archives: Eric Wright

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The Wright Angle | Tipping Point

Fri, Jun 23 2017
Central Florida is on the verge, I believe, of an economic surge whose impact compares to the launch of Disney World in the early ‘70s or manned space flight in the early ‘60s. Most of the reasons for this you know. Kennedy Space Center has thrown off the palls some prognosticators put over it when Continue Reading Read more
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Publisher’s Profile | Without Boundaries

Wed, Jun 21 2017
Regionalism is a central term in the modern economy. Historic boundaries that define cities, counties and states simply do not apply to commerce and innovation. In Central Florida, on average, more than 40 percent of the residents who live in a particular county work in another. For some counties it is over 70 percent. Our Continue Reading Read more
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The Wright Angle

Wed, May 31 2017
What, Me Worry? Conquering the Conundrum of Modern Life You may have heard about the woman who, for years, had been suffering from sleeplessness because she was so anxious about the possibility of a burglar breaking into her house. One night she woke her husband, this time certain she heard a noise downstairs. So, he Continue Reading Read more
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Publisher’s Highlight – June

Wed, May 31 2017
Healthy Life, Happy Life National health expenditures hit $3.35 trillion last year, which works out to over $10,000 for every man, woman and child in America. This underscores the high priority Americans put on this essential component of quality of life in the modern world and why healthcare is an essential component of all economic Continue Reading Read more
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The Wright Angle – The Power of Awakenings

Mon, May 01 2017
By: Eric Wright As a young boy, before the age of smartphones, video games, DVDs, CDs or even cassette tape players in automobiles, my mother used to keep my brother and I occupied on our annual summer vacation pilgrimages by reading books to us. For some reason her presentation was more captivating than sitting in Continue Reading Read more
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Publisher’s Profile

Mon, Apr 24 2017
Winning the Talent Pipeline or Losing Everything Else By: Eric Wright In his bestseller, “The Coming Jobs War,” Jim Clifton, the former chairman of Gallup, describes the competition for global job creation as a war. Before you start conjuring images of an international apocalypse, consider that the modern world economy is more interdependent, educating a Continue Reading Read more
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Skanska

Wed, Feb 01 2017
Building Better Communities and Tomorrow’s Workforce By Eric Wright It doesn’t have the aesthetic attraction of projects Skanska USA has completed like the iconic Innovation, Science and Technology building at Florida Polytechnic University, nor will it be utilized by every Central Florida resident and visitor like their work on the I-4 Ultimate project. Yet, the Continue Reading Read more
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The Manufacturing Renaissance

Mon, Aug 29 2016
American manufacturing is in the midst of a renaissance. As countries like China have industrialized, their cost of living has risen, along with their costs to produce goods exported around the world. This trend coupled with the rapid development of technology that multiplies the efficiency and precision of manufacturing is creating a new paradigm across Continue Reading Read more
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Publisher’s Feature

Mon, Aug 01 2016
Living and Working in Paradise When my wife Susan and I are taking a walk on the beach, dining at a river front restaurant or even taking the grandkids to one of the theme parks, we almost always look at each other and say, “People save all year to visit this place and we get Continue Reading Read more
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One on One with Anthony Parkes

Fri, Jul 01 2016
Anthony Parkes, Director, International Chamber of Commerce and World Chambers Federation By Eric Wright Nothing inspires innovation like international commerce. Our English word “phonics” is a tribute to the inventors of the phonetic alphabet, the Phoenicians. They developed this quantum leap in communication because they were a maritime, mercantile culture, where written communication was essential Continue Reading Read more
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