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February 19, 2018
Florida Business News

Small business owners in Florida and around nation more optimistic

Small business revenue is up, owners are confident in the future of their businesses, and a majority think the U.S. economy will grow this year.

Sales and Marketing Advice
If it's good for your business -- does that mean it's good for your customers?

Companies spend too much time and money in attempting to convince, even demand, that their new-fangled idea is for us.

After three decades, the annual yacht show is leaving Miami Beach for new waters

The Miami Beach show is best known for its large vessels — and heavy traffic, both in the waterways and on Collins Avenue.

Who says nothing lasts? One Florida CEO has worked in the same firm for 44 years

For nearly 44 years, Brian Keeley has worked at Baptist Health, including 20-plus years as president and CEO.

Post-Amazon bid, Orlando tech regroups behind startup successes

Pushing the Orlando tech scene’s incremental successes would create a stream of good news that could build momentum and enhance the region’s profile, tech leaders say.

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Florida Economy Update with Dr. Sean Snaith
Florida Economy Update with Dr. Sean Snaith

Dr. Sean Snaith, the director of University of Central Florida's Institute for Economic Competitiveness, discusses how healthy Florida's economy is and what that means to the average citizen.

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