Day: November 9, 2022

Stranger Things Ahead for U.S. Economy

Stranger Things Ahead for U.S. Economy Trying to read the economic tea leaves these days can be more than a bit confusing. Even with a cornucopia of statistical data – and despite a predilection to see recession around every corner – the economic future is murky at best. The task is made all the more […]Read More

Evolutions

Yvette Gonzalez Ferrell Joins AAEA Yvette Gonzalez Ferrell has joined the African American Entrepreneurs Association as Community Development Director, according to a media release.  Originally from The Bronx New York, Gonzalez Ferrell has lived in West Volusia for 33 years and currently resides in DeLand. Her experience of working on numerous boards and local community […]Read More

Volusia Farm Tour Set for Nov. 18

Volusia Farm Tour Set for Nov. 18 Residents can get a first-hand look at Volusia County’s agricultural sector during the at the 41st annual Farm Tour Nov. 18. Residents can learn about farming and pick up some fresh produce as they visit the Agricultural Center and six of the more than 1,500 farms in Volusia […]Read More

2022 EnterCircle Summit Offer Inspiration

EnterCircle Summit Offers Entrepreneurial Inspiration People thinking about taking the entrepreneurial plunge can soak up three days of information, connections and inspiration at EnterCircle Summit 2022 Nov. 16-18. The event, sponsored by the Sapna Foundation, will be held at the link in Nocatee. Raghu Misra, founder of the Sapna Foundation and a serial entrepreneur, said […]Read More

Flagler Health+ Seeks Partners for Growth

Flagler Health+ Seeks Partners for Growth With an aging population putting increasing demands on healthcare facilities and more people moving to Florida, Flagler Health+ is looking to meet that growth with new partners. “The goal has been to serve the healthcare needs of the communities around us and that has not changed a lot,” said […]Read More

Around The Region

Three Volusia Businesses on GrowFL Companies to Watch List Details Flowers Software, Techfit Digital Surgery and Yaupon Brothers American Tea Co. are among the 50 companies recognized as Florida Companies to Watch by GrowFL. The awards program – now in its 12th year – honors second-stage companies from throughout the state for developing valuable products […]Read More

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