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Real estate sales hit historic levels on the Emerald Coast
Entrepreneurship programs provide a safety net for budding business owners
DivvyUp socks, once a class project in the Jim Moran Institute is now a multimillion-dollar company
There may be demand but not necessarily supply.
Dramatic new real estate developments are changing the streetscapes around Tallahassee and are changing how Tallahasseans live, work, play and shop. The result is new lifestyles.
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.
The Florida Legislature convenes its 2017 session, prepared to tackle a slew of issues that affect business, including worker compensation, education & water availability.
A photography hobby parlays into an international company.
Once a major contributor to the Apalachicola economy, the sponge industry is being rekindled.
Rising out of the ashes, much like the mythological Phoenix gracing its hood, the Trans Am sports car has been reborn.
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