Biz Briefs


Law firm holds 10th season of ‘Ask the Attorneys’ seminar series

Law firm Kaye Bender Rembaum is heading to Boca Raton this month during its 10th season of free community association “Ask the Attorneys” seminars.

The seminar series will be visiting Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton on March 6 at 6:45 p.m.

The free “Ask the Attorneys” seminars are led by Robert L. Kaye, Esq. and Michael S. Bender, Esq. who discuss new legislation, industry hot topics and answer community association-related questions from board members and property managers of condominium, homeowner and cooperative associations.

“We hold these open forum seminars to share topical, timely information to help board members and property managers run their associations effectively, efficiently and financially responsibly,” said Kaye, Manager of Kaye Bender Rembaum. “There are often lively conversations as the audience shares experiences and ask questions. What we provide is valuable insights across the entire range of issues that community associations face on a daily basis.”

Refreshments will be served. Interested attendees should RSVP to or call 954-776-1999, ext. 242. Attendees are encouraged to bring topics for discussion.

Couple opens second Boca kickboxing studio

INTENSITYX3 Fitness & Kickboxing has a new east Boca location.

Allan and Cecilia Price started the 50-min group fitness workout that incorporates a Fight, Flight, and Lift formula and combines fat-burning cardio intervals, muscle toning resistance training and core tightening kickboxing movements.

The new location is a 4,500-square-foot studio located at 500 NE Spanish River Blvd. #1.

Fitness goers can punch, kick, and lift their way through a variety of fitness kickboxing classes including a High Intensity Interval Training + Kickboxing class, a Legs & Core class, a Butts & Guts class, a total body class and more. INTENSITYX3 also has a West Boca location.

Boca doctor named top 10 CEO transforming health care by publication

Dr. Alan J. Bauman has been selected as one of “10 CEOs Transforming Healthcare in America,” by The CEO Forum magazine. He joins nine other healthcare leaders from across the country in the first-of-its-kind CEO Forum issue recognizing the health and medical sector, its impact on the country and the innovators who are taking the nation deep into the next generation of healthcare.

“To be included among such a select grouping of healthcare providers, administrators and innovators is truly an honor and I congratulate all of the others who have been recognized,” Dr. Bauman said. “In my professional life I strive to provide the most effective, comprehensive and compassionate care to my patients while at the same time advancing the science and art in the field of hair restoration and hair transplantation. I am particularly proud of the procedures and technologies my team and I have helped pioneer and champion such as minimally invasive FUE hair transplantation, PRP Platelet Rich Plasma for hair growth using the EnrichedPRP system from MasterPharm (NY) and Emcyte (FL), 3D-printed Italian medical grade hair replacement prosthesis from Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories (Bologna) and Viviscal Hair Growth Program from Church & Dwight (NYSE:CHD) and many others. I know I speak for the entire Bauman Medical team when I say it’s been more than gratifying seeing the thousands of patients and their families whose lives have been changed through our work.”

FAU Honors JM Family’s Colin Brown as Business Leader of the Year

Chairman and CEO of JM Family Enterprises, Inc. Colin Brown was recognized by Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business as Business Leader of the Year.

The event was held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club where 500 people recognized Brown.

“We never forget it’s all about people,” Brown said in his acceptance speech. “Organizations don’t get things done, people get things done. I was privileged to work alongside for many years a legend, Jim Moran, our founder, and he instilled values into our company that continue to ring loud and true today. The core of those values center around our associates. We call each other associates because we like to say we work with one another not for one another.

Brown leads the entire organization, including JM Family’s Executive Management Team, which oversees the development and implementation of the company’s objectives and strategies for future growth.

Brown directs all of JM Family’s businesses, including Southeast Toyota Distributors, the world’s largest independent distributor of Toyota vehicles; JM&A Group, one of the leading independent providers of finance and insurance products in the automotive industry; World Omni Financial Corp., a diversified financial services company; and JM Lexus.

Boca’s 4Ocean hires Lead Marketing Manager

4Ocean, a company that has made it their mission to preserve our oceans by removing trash through the purchase of their recycled bracelets, is celebrating its one year anniversary.

They have recently hired Ryan Dick as their Lead Marketing Manager. He is responsible for leading the development of integrated marketing communication plans and strategies of 4Ocean.

Dick is an accomplished marketing professional and has obtained 20 years of industry experience at notable agencies including The Zimmerman Agency and BPD Advertising. He is well versed in branding, traditional and digital marketing as he most recently started Scubafish Marketing Consulting for four years before joining 4Ocean.

“The key to our success is hiring the right person for each job and Ryan has the experience and passion to market 4Ocean in the best way possible. We are excited to have him as part of our team as we continue to grow and clean our oceans,” said Andrew Cooper, Co-Founder of 4Ocean.

Millennial founders, Alex Schulze and Andrew Cooper, are still in awe of how fast their business is climbing and because of the demand they went from two employees to over 40 and are continuously hiring.

Boca Raton based 4Ocean offers a 100 percent recycled bracelet and every bracelet purchased funds the removal of one pound of trash from the ocean. The beads are made from recycled glass bottles and the cord is made from recycled plastic water bottles.