Day: April 8, 2022

Zach McKenna St. Augustine Eco Tours

What does your company do? Professionally guided marine ecology tours in the estuaries surrounding St. Augustine, Florida. We utilize custom built research boats, sailing catamarans and kayaks to introduce small groups of humans to the animals and habitats of North Florida.   What is your background and how did you get into the business? I am […]Read More

Jodee Soltes Redefined Food Co. Ltd.

What does your company do? We are primarily a meal prep service offering six meals per week that are gluten-free, free of added preservatives or processed foods. We change our menu every week and offer something for everyone, including vegan and vegetarian meals. We prepare smoothie bowls and smoothies every day and we juice twice […]Read More

Did you know the Census Bureau counts robots, too?

Did you know the Census Bureau counts robots, too? The U.S. Constitution requires the government to count the population every decade, in the form of the census. But that’s just people. As  part of its mission to count all things , the U.S. Census Bureau recently released new figures on capital expenditures. It turns out Americans […]Read More

Social Media should be part of every marketing budget

Social Media should be part of every marketing budget There’s no question that every business needs social media to fill a portion of their marketing budget. It’s a direct, two-way path to talk to and, more importantly, listen to your customers and future customers.  Here are five tips and tools to help make managing your […]Read More

Patience is an (economic) virtue

Patience is an (economic) virtue If Albert Einstein’s explanation of relativity — , but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute, you think it’s two hours —  is accurate, then it is also true that the more anxious you are for monetary policy to have an effect, the longer it seems to […]Read More

Small Business Centers open in Clay County libraries

Small Business Centers open in Clay County libraries Small businesses, entrepreneurs, and start-up businesses now have a space in the Orange Park and Fleming Island libraries to establish or grow their business, according to a county media release. Individuals or groups can reserve the private workspace in two-hour blocks, with a maximum of four hours […]Read More

Flagler Health+ names new president/CEO

Flagler Health+ names new President/CEO Carlton DeVooght has been named president and CEO of Flagler Health+, replacing Jason Barrett, according to a media release. DeVooght previously served as senior executive vice president, chief administration officer and general counsel. “Carlton is a trusted leader who has played an integral role in setting the organization’s strategic direction […]Read More

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