Tallahassee

Vitality, Growth, Inclusion

Al Latimer, who heads up the Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality, is cataloging the reasons that business leaders choose the area as their home.

Putting Special Abilities to Work

There is a big gap between abilities and job placements in the professional world; it stems from attitudinal problems, programmatic inconsistencies and a lack of opportunities for people with disabilities to show their abilities to employers.

Learning From Nashville

A trip to Nashville, said one participant, exposed local leaders to programs “so inspired, supported and effective that they challenge us to think bigger and act faster back at home.”

Southwest Synergy

Big changes are taking shape as the “Airport Gateway” project morphs and expands to benefit what is being called the “Gateway District” encompassing an area from the main campus of FSU to Capital Circle.

How Can I Help You?

For 17 years, PATLive has provided call-center services for automotive and e-commerce companies, health-care providers, home services contractors, law and other professional services firms, insurance and real-estate companies, small businesses and utility companies. Not just any operator will do.

Optimism Pays

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

VP guides athletics program to reflect FSU’s big picture

Courtesy of FSU Athletics / Mike Olivella Stan Wilcox, Tallahassee; Vice President/Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Florida State University To Stan Wilcox, Florida State University’s vice president/director of Intercollegiate Athletics, the athletic program is more than a business, more than an…

Making Room for 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.