Tags : 2021

Community Service Means Good Business

Founded in 2008, Hope Reins of New Smyrna Beach, Florida provides traditional therapeutic riding and other equine-assisted activities to assist children and adults with a wide range of disabilities, including cerebral palsy, spina bifida, neuromuscular disorders, post-traumatic brain injury, autism, ADHD and cognitive disorders. We also offer programs for veterans and at-risk youth, allowing for […]Read More

FROM THE PUBLISHER

We have been publishing the Greater Daytona Region Edition of EVOLVE since May 2016 becoming the premier business publication in Volusia County. When we launched EVOLVE, we were primarily a print publication. Today, we are a hybrid, providing digital and print versions of each issue, as well as additional content on our new website, evolvemagazinesflorida.com. […]Read More

Community Service Means Good Business

How does your community look?Chances are it needs help with litter control! With the amount of trash littered on the roadside every day, individual involvement is becoming increasingly important. Find out how you, your business or your organization can help keep Volusia beautiful by volunteering to adopt a road! The Volusia County Adopt a Road […]Read More

An Open Invitation to Palm Coast Voters from the Palm

The future direction of the City of Palm Coast will be decided by a small fraction of our community on the evening of Tuesday, July 27, 2021. The Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber has created a non-partisan questionnaire and asked each candidate for Mayor to provide their answers. Once we received their responses, we posted them, […]Read More

Building Businesses That Last: It’s All in the Details

FLAGLER COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY: Expertise, Excellence and Attention to Detail Jesse H. McKnight III can trace his company’s history back to the earliest days of the county in 1917. Flagler County Abstract Company is the oldest operating business still in existence, found in Book 1, Page 1 of the state corporate papers in Flagler County, […]Read More

Zooming into the future

Whether it’s called work from home,  remote work or telecommuting, the ability to connect to anywhere from anywhere has changed the way businesses, governments and people shop, pay bills or do their jobs. And the experience of many during the Covid-19 pandemic put to rest once and for all the idea that remote workers were […]Read More

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