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Basic (Business) Training

For military veterans desiring to go into business, the Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program offers tuition-free online and on-campus instruction. The program, which extends to seven partner campuses in Florida, feels to some participants like another boot camp.

Pinnacle Award Honorees 2017

This year’s Pinnacle Award winners represent fields ranging from broadcast journalism and motivational speaking to economic development and corporate communications. The awards, presented by 850 Business Magazine, honor women who have distinguished themselves professionally and as community servants.
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Business Journal

Bay County Economic Overview

Bay County Economic Overview

A chance meeting led Bay County to a ‘whale,’ and its harpoon hit the mark
Bay County Film Outlook

Bay County Film Outlook

Film chief shines spotlight on Bay County
Gadsden Sets Its ‘Sites’

Gadsden Sets Its ‘Sites’

Future economic development is a priority.
GKN Aerospace

GKN Aerospace

Partnerships with local stakeholders attract GKN Aerospace to Bay County
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Archive » Small Business

Buffalo, Rice and a Dog Named Blue

Buffalo, Rice and a Dog Named Blue

Miss Autumn’s Barquery dog foods are made by Victoria McDowell in her kitchen.
A Step in Time

A Step in Time

Fugawee Corporation sells historical footwear to re-enactors and museums worldwide, movies and Broadway shows from its 10,000-square-foot warehouse in Crawfordville.
The Cutting Edge

The Cutting Edge

Catalyst Fabric Solutions, which instead of store-housing inventory actually makes products as customers order them online, is bringing new jobs to Marianna.
Human Element

Human Element

Your company can gain a strategic and competitive advantage by hiring people who think differently. Find out why a diverse staff is important and how to accomplish it.
Wi-Files

Wi-Files

Businesses like the idea of promoting their services and wares through social media outlets. Here are some tips to help you avoid pitfalls and costly mistakes.
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Archive » Regional News

Brief, Execute, Debrief

Brief, Execute, Debrief

It’s not your usual leadership training delivered to an audience in banquet chairs. The Blue Angels Foundation issues executives flight suits with squadron patches and informs them that, for 48 hours, they will be living aboard a simulated aircraft carrier at the National Flight Academy.
State of Play

State of Play

North Florida gaming interests are going to have to hold ’em. The 2017 Florida Legislature played things close to the chest, failing to pass a comprehensive gambling bill. Slot machines favored by the Senate were a major sticking point.
Guardian Pharmacy

Guardian Pharmacy

Guardian Pharmacy in Crestview is a growing specialty business that caters to nursing homes in Northwest Florida and Alabama.
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Opinion

Optimism Pays

Optimism Pays

Your leadership style — whether positive or negative — matters more than you realize. Optimism in your company starts with you.
Revitalizing Economy

Revitalizing Economy

Al Latimer gives a glimpse into Tallahassee and Leon County’s long-term economic development plan and the surge in growth it’s likely to bring.
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People

Focus on the Good

Debbie Ritchie, president of the Studer Group, discusses how the organization helps health-care service providers get healthy and improve patient experiences.

Kim Rivers

As an attorney in Atlanta, Kim Rivers discovered an appetite for forging big deals that she found to be in relatively short supply upon moving back to Tallahassee, where she had served as a student body president at FSU. She thought about trading Florida’s capital city for a metropolitan environment, but saw Tallahassee as an ideal place to raise her son. Today, she is still making deals while working to make Tallahassee an even better place to live.
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Archive » Politics + Government

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business

The 2017 legislative session resulted in limited lawmaking affecting businesses, but funding was preserved for tourism promotion and economic development.
Governing Excellence

Governing Excellence

Barry Shields begins preparing the Governor’s Club early for an onslaught of business when legislators come to town.
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A Proactive Approach: Elder law attorney helps clients prepare for the future

As people age, medical issues eventually and inevitably present themselves, but can be hard to precisely anticipate. Legal issues, too, invariably emerge, but what makes them different is their relative predictability. Edler law is among Andrew Wheeler’s areas of practice. An attorney with Matthews & Jones, LLP, he frequently speaks to groups about legal issues affecting aging individuals and their families.

Matthews & Jones: Gaining insights through experience

Matthews & Jones serves clients throughout Northwest Florida and in Georgia and Alabama. Founding partner Dana Matthews works with developers on projects from concept to completion, assisting them with everything from land acquisition to closings with end users.

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  • Opening Nights: Sierra Hull

    2017.12.09

    Bluegrass singer/mandolin player Sierra Hull will perform at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9 at FSU Panama City Holley Lecture Hall as part of FSU’s Opening...

  • Opening Nights: Bria Skonberg

    2018.02.24

    Jazz singer/trumpet player Bria Skonberg will perform at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at FSU Panama City Holley Lecture Hall as part of FSU’s Opening Nights...


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