December 4, 2016
Florida Business News

Senior entrepreneurs on the rise in Florida

Florida’s 55-and-up population is growing and so is the number of seniors launching businesses.

Gov. Rick Scott to honor 14-year-old CEO

Sage Offutt started her paddleboard business at the age of 11 with a $5,000 loan from her parents, which she paid back in 17 days.

Publix pitches 700 new jobs in $4.2 million incentives request

The incentives packages are being sought through Enterprise Florida, the state's business recruitment and retention arm, under the code name "Project Suede."

Port Tampa Bay economic impact rises to $17.2 billion, study says

Port Tampa Bay released a report that shows it contributes $17.2 billion in economic impact to the region, which grew from the $15 billion reported in 2013.

Southwest Florida veterans invited to apply for entrepreneurship program

Southwest Florida veterans can apply now for the second installment of the Veterans Florida Entrepreneurship Program.

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