Agriculture by the numbers.
850 — The Business Magazine of Northwest Florida - October-November 2014
Sports of all sorts is big business in Bay County, attracting tournaments from across the country.
The beach is big business, attracting tens of thousands of visitors each year, but so is shopping at Pier Park and attractions like Miracle Strip and Grand Lagoon.
Putting a new focus on how schools can better train a workforce that will enhance economic development efforts.
Commercial versus recreational fishing. What does the future hold for each?
The St. Joe Company has unveiled a 50-year development plan for West Bay, and the county’s old airport is being converted to a new mixed-use development.
Having an accomplished career and successful business might be enough for some people, but Regina Jaquess isn’t your typical overachiever. “I pretty much have two professions,” blushed Jaquess. “I’m a professional water skier, and I’m also a pharmacist.” For Jaquess,…
Capital New Beginnings HILLS Nan Hillis, a veteran banker and former BB&T region president, has been named chief strategy officer for Prime Meridian Bank, Tallahassee. Hillis previously oversaw bank operations for BB&T’s Central Florida region. Lorne Simmons has been promoted…
Matt Burke Michael Chou turned to Japanese-inspired cuisine learned from his homeland of Taiwan to change the restaurant landscape in Tallahassee and Destin. Tallahassee and Destin diners know Osaka Japanese Steakhouse for its fresh sushi and tasty hibachi, but there…