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TASTEBUDS: A Journey of Sweet Success in Santa Rosa County: In the heart of Santa Rosa County, Florida, in the town of Pace, Tastebuds Ice Cream Shop has become a beloved and delicious fixture in the community. Read More »
Jen’s Designer Deal’s - A Stylish Success in Gulf Breeze: What initially started out as a hobby for Gulf Breeze resident Jennifer Wells, selling designer clothing and handbags on eBay and styling and shopping for people, has evolved into a successful boutique and styling service. Read More »
Lovell Government Services: Creating Opportunity with Efficiency: Chris Lovell claims he isn’t related to astronaut Jim Lovell of Apollo 13 fame. However, the successful launch and rapid trajectory of his company, Lovell Government Services, Inc., suggests the two are at least kindred spirits if not actual kin. Read More »
Pelvic Health Practice Owner Helps Patients Reclaim Life: It’s not easy to have a profession requiring years of school and experience, and then add another job on top of it. For medical practitioners, starting their own business is a whole new ball game of entrepreneurship. Founder and Doctor of Physical Therapy Kaydee Zimmern says, “SBDC helped me with a small business start-up.” Read More »
Economic Development Strategy Updated: Leading Through Action: an Economic Development Strategy for Santa Rosa County, Florida, presented by Garner Economics, LLC, provides renewed focus on asset development, marketing, and organizational changes Santa Rosa County and its economic development partners should take to keep the County on a trajectory of success. This plan will help the County attract and retain businesses, create jobs, and nurture opportunities to attract talent. Go To Link »
Better communities spring from a strong economy: As you take time to appreciate the quality of our schools, the accessibility of our parks, the efficiency of our transportation system, and the presence of our first responders, remember that it’s our businesses and our citizens who are responsible for them. Read More »