September 24, 2017
Florida Business News

Florida tourism prepares to bounce back after Hurricane Irma

Several Florida-based tourism bureaus have introduced marketing initiatives this week in an effort to bring back visitors.

Naples company signs software deal with New York data firm

Naples-based ASG Technologies, which helps large companies manage big volumes of data, has signed a partnership to work with Syncsort, an enterprise software firm.

Florida water bottler buys Mississippi plant, adds workers

Silver Springs Bottled Water Co. of Ocala, Florida is adding 15 workers to 29 now employed at RealPure Bottling Co. in Magee, Mississippi.

Coca-Cola opens new plant in Northwest Florida

Business leaders hope the brand new Coca-Cola building in Valparaiso will mean more diversity in the area's economy.

Perry Ellis executive chairman George Feldenkreis steps down

Perry Ellis International, the Doral-based global clothing retailer, announced it was eliminating the position of executive chairman.

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