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Sound Bytes June/July

Sound Bytes June/July

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.
Tallahassee Sale Reflects Growth

Tallahassee Sale Reflects Growth

$7.1 million sale promotes owner-user properties
Promising Land

Promising Land

Parcel of property for sale
Tax Competitiveness

Tax Competitiveness

Florida Ranks 4th on Tax Competitiveness
Building For The Future

Building For The Future

Looking beyond beaches and the military to boost economic development
The Promise of Ecotourism

The Promise of Ecotourism

Tourism remains Florida’s No. 1 economic driver, and the number of visitors who visit each year continues to grow. So, too, does the number of the ecotourists who want to get a glimpse of Florida’s natural features. To enhance visitor experiences, Northwest Florida tourism agencies are promoting the region’s natural, historical and cultural resources.
Get Booking

Get Booking

TripShock owner Greg Fisher was named by Pensacola’s Studer Institute as its 2016 “Entrepreneur of the Year” — with good reason. His entrepreneurial spirit hasn’t waned since he was 16 years old.
Kim Rivers

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.
Coastal Home Base

Coastal Home Base

Military presence keeps Okaloosa’s economy fit
Workin’ on the Railroad

Workin’ on the Railroad

It’s going to be an uphill battle, but hopes remain high that Amtrak will resume its passenger rail service between New Orleans and Orlando. Although fans are hoping to see some of the service return within two years, the major hurdle that remains is funding for the project and who will pay what.
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.
More Good Ol' Days

More Good Ol' Days

Honoring old traditions while embracing new strategies is a key to the success of the largest locally owned hardware store in Tallahassee — J.H. Dowling, which recently celebrated its 70th continuous year of being in business.
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.
Last Word

Last Word

Northwest Florida can breathe a collective sigh of relief.
Looking to the Future

Looking to the Future

Panama City has some of the finest cataract surgeons around, drawing in doctors from around the country to learn new techniques. And to think it all happened because Dr. Bret Fisher had the desire for a climate change.
Women of Influence

Women of Influence

Speakers inform and entertain
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