Alan Higbee Discusses Local Market Expertise with Capital Analytics
January 16, 2020 09:01 AM
Shutts & Bowen LLP is pleased to announce that the Managing Partner of the Tampa office, Alan Higbee, was recently interviewed and featured by Capital Analytics. The spotlight piece discusses the benefits of having specialized practices in the Tampa Bay area, how to withstand economic cycles and how to not lose talent in the process.
A featured speaker in the upcoming ‘Invest: Tampa Bay’ annual conference, Alan discusses the firm’s market position in Tampa throughout the spotlight piece. “A full service firm like ours has experience in many areas, including some that are not necessarily customary for this market, such as our experience in international trade and transactions, experience with large industrial companies and experience representing large and small federal government contractors,” he said. ”Businesses in this market are generally very happy to see that these specialty resources are available here to help and that they don’t have to look to other markets such as Washington, D.C., or New York.”
Capital Analytics provides in-depth print and digital business intelligence through its economic reviews, conferences, events, top-level interviews and more. The organization features analysis on key issues facing featured markets through the insights of prominent industry leaders.
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About R. Alan Higbee
R. Alan Higbee is the Managing Partner of the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Corporate Practice Group. Alan represents public and private domestic and international companies and entrepreneurs in all facets of general business, corporate and securities matters, including public and private equity and debt offerings, mergers and acquisitions, business contracts, business transactions, joint ventures, corporate governance, and franchise matters. He has significant experience in the restaurant and hospitality, auto dealership, defense, homeland security, fertilizer, agricultural products, chemicals, metals, mining and manufacturing industries.