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January 2015

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Business Seen – February 2015


Founders Forum “Begin with the End in Mind” Sharing the Gift of Success Celebration Click here to check out our Facebook photo galleries of these and other exciting local business events.

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Is Social Security Planning Necessary?


Social Security is one of the most popular programs the federal government has ever put into place. In total, about 57 million Americans received retirement, disability, or survivors’ benefits during 2012 at a cost of about $786 billion. Social Security…

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Brevard Stories of Impact


Uncovering the Best in our Business Community When I first became involved with the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast many years ago, I thought I knew what this organization did. But in the years since, as I became…

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How To Market Our Region

Blog, Development

Celebrate Doing it Right By Eric Wright In 1961 when Yuri Gagarin returned safely, becoming the first human in space, the Soviet Union announced the achievement in a broadcast aired in the middle of the night EST. Until then, it…

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Two Sides of Net Neutrality

Business Technology, Development

The Great Debate For a while it was hard to read or watch technology news without stumbling upon some article or salacious headline involving what is now becoming a household word – “net neutrality.” Net neutrality went from the back…

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5 Steps to Strengthen an Innovation Ecosystem


Today’s global economies are converging rapidly in large part due to technology advancements creating a new dynamically competitive global marketplace. This trend creates a way to compete for most developing global communities as technology creates a vehicle to entry for…

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Top Ten Secrets to Corporate Success

Business, Development

In my consulting engagements, I am often asked by clients how best to advance their careers. My response is always the same: “It is like stacking cordwood—there is no secret to it—it just requires tireless hard work.” However, some fundamentals…