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Contents – April 2013

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FEATURES Shaping the Future of Health Care on the Space Coast Medical Marketing The Holler Legacy [ inside i4 Business ] The National Entrepreneur Center [ inside i4 Business ] EA – Tiburon Video Game Studio in Orlando [ inside i4…

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Certified General Contractors Inc.

Business

LOCATION: Melbourne  EXECUTIVES: Vice Presidents Adam Broadway and Ryan Runte  WEBSITE: CGCFlorida.com  Certified General Contractors Inc. (CGC) provides commercial construction services including construction management, design-build, general contracting, pre-construction planning and property assessment services.  The company specializes in new construction, renovations and tenant fit…

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Heather McDonough

Profiles

EXECUTIVE PROFILE   Name: Heather McDonough Company: Berman Hopkins Wright & LaHam, CPAs and Associates, LLP Title: Tax Partner  Years in Brevard: 13 McDonough began her career at Berman Hopkins after her husband, and the beautiful Brevard County weather, drew her away from the…

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The Rest is History

Business

And the Winner Is…Titusville!   Following the election for county seat, construction for the Titusville Courthouse commenced in 1912 and was completed a year later at a cost of $30,566. Photo credit: Jim Ball In 1879, Titusville was annexed to…

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Dr. Larry Bishop

Leadership

Raising Funds for the Space Coast’s ‘Crown Jewels’ Larry Bishop, M.D. of MIMA Dermatology believes the only way to be a part of a community is to give of yourself.  “This is how I was raised, and it is one…

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Q and A with Dr. Robert Underill

Profiles

    NAME: Robert Underill, DMD EDUCATION: 1980 graduate of the University of Florida College of Dentistry MARRIED: 20 years to Juliet, my better half by more than half  CHILDREN: Two daughters: Zoe (18) and Bailey (15) – the lights of my life. YEARS…

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Medical Marketing

Management, Marketing

No Longer an Anomaly, It’s Now the Norm Peter Drucker, the late business management guru once said, “Everybody has accepted by now that change is unavoidable.  But that still implies that change is like death and taxes — it should…

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