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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.

Putting a Focus on Love

Wedding photographers find themselves in a rough and tumble — but yet a very lucrative — business.

21st Century Masterpieces

A look at some Tallahassee start-ups that are focused on the next wave.
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Setting Priorities

Setting Priorities

15 quick tips to help stressed-out professionals better manage their time
Here Come the Millennials

Here Come the Millennials

Raised on technology, millennials are a new kind of worker and consumer.
Saving History

Saving History

Camp Gordon Johnston plans a makeover to lure in tourists, especially the children and grandchildren of veterans who trained there for D-Day.
Reporting for Duty

Reporting for Duty

Military veterans are putting their skills to work in the private sector.
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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.
Flying Private

Flying Private

Adjacent to Northwest Florida’s major airports and tucked in smaller, out-of-the way airfields, fixed base operators are a boost to the region’s economy by helping to keep private planes flying — including those owned by visitors who might be taking a jaunt to the coast for lunch or dinner or to Tallahassee for a legislative hearing. But their major product isn’t necessarily fuel. It’s more to do with customer service — and rolling out the red carpet for visitors who could bring future business to the area.
Women Take Flight

Women Take Flight

While women have made great strides in a variety of careers and industries, there is still a gender gap when it comes to female aviators. Tallahassee business partners Lacey Smith and Faith Drewry — cofounders of FL Aviation Center — think today’s women need to see more of their contemporaries making a real, viable, everyday career in aviation.
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