Day: June 2, 2022

Did you know robot bugs could be in your future?

Did you know robot bugs could be in your future? Northwestern University engineers have developed the smallest-ever remote-controlled walking robot — and it comes in the form of a tiny, adorable peekytoe crab. Just a half-millimeter wide, the tiny crabs can bend, twist, crawl, walk, turn and even jump. The researchers also developed millimeter-sized robots […]Read More

Lori Campbell BakerDaytona Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Lori Campbell BakerDaytona Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau What implications do you see for your organization resulting from this stage of the coronavirus pandemic and how are you mitigating the potential risks and challenges?   The tourism/hospitality industry has been rebounding well from the early 2020 onset of COVID-19. The CVB has proceeded carefully and […]Read More

Make customer service a top priority

Make customer service a top priority In today’s competitive environment — with rising inflation and labor and supply shortages — as a small business owner, what keeps you awake at night? Without a doubt, these are concerns. However, the critical question that every small business owner must answer has little to do with operating practices […]Read More

Economic disappointment is the new normal

Economic disappointment is the new normal Anyone still waiting for a “new normal” is going to be disappointed. And they have a lot of company on that bandwagon of broken dreams. With headlines blaring daily about inflation, supply chain problems and the amusement park ride that is Wall Street, it’s not surprising there’s a lot […]Read More

New AdventHealth hospital hits major milestone

New AdventHealth hospital hits major milestone AdventHealth Palm Coast Parkway has taken a significant step forward as hospital and construction team members gathered to celebrate the building’s “topping out,” according to a media release. Topping out is a construction tradition celebrating the installation of the final beam of a structure, signifying structural completion of a […]Read More

Stetson student entrepreneur makes TV debut

Stetson student entrepreneur makes TV debut Stetson University junior Kendall Buck, an entrepreneurship and management major, was featured on a new TV show — Fox Business Network’s “Billion Dollar Idea,” according to a university media release. On the show, Buck and other contestants compete for $1 million in startup funding from billionaire entrepreneur Ben Weiss, creator of the […]Read More

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